Sporting Dinners David Lloyd & Geoff Miller Luncheon and Dinner

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Sporting Dinners David Lloyd & Geoff Miller Luncheon and Dinner

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

VIP Sporting Dinners David Lloyd & Geoff Miller Luncheon and Dinner

Balls Brothers, Minster Exchange, City of London

Wednesday 15th July 2015

David Lloyd Sporting Dinners Geoff Miller Sporting Dinners

Eve of Ashes Lords Test with Bumble & Dusty Day or Night – Due to outstanding demand for places at our events with Cricket legends David Lloyd & Geoff Miller this year, we are bringing them both back for a lunch and then a dinner on Wednesday 15th July 2015 the day before the Lords Ashes Test Match. This is your chance for a table of 10 at either the lunch or dinner, both will include 3 course meal and guaranteed fun at Balls Brothers Minster Exchange in the City of London.

Tables of 10 are available @ £850 plus Vat to include 3 course lunch or dinner

Please specify lunch or dinner when you email your order.

Sporting Dinners Balls Brothers Sample Menu

  • Glenarm Smoked Salmon with capers and buttered wholegrain bread
  • Sirloin Steak with Chips, vine roasted Tomatoes and a peppercorn sauce
  • Cheese Platters, fruit chutney and Biscuits
  • Coffee and Petit-Fours

Tables of 10 @ at £850 plus VAT and are available on a first come first served basis.

Individual Bookings on shared tables @ £90 + vat p.p (Limited availability)

David Lloyd

David Lloyd is a former English cricketer who played county cricket for Lancashire and Test and One Day International cricket for England. He also played semi-professional football for Accrington Stanley. He is known through the cricketing world as "Bumble" because of the ostensible similarity between his facial profile and those of the Bumblies, characters of Michael Bentine's children's television programmes.
A left-handed batsman and left-arm spin bowler, he played nine Tests, with a highest score of 214 not out, and eight One Day International matches. In first class cricket he was a successful all-rounder, scoring a career aggregate of more than 19,000 runs and taking 237 wickets. He captained his county from 1973 to 1977. Following his retirement as a player, he became a first class umpire, and subsequently Lancashire and England cricket coach, resigning the latter post following the 1999 Cricket World Cup. He then became a renowned cricket commentator for Test Match Special, and later Sky Sports, with whom he currently broadcasts. He is also an author, journalist and columnist.

Geoff Miller

As an allrounder Geoff Miller was essentially reliable rather than matchwinning, but his batting was sufficiently better than that of rival offspinners John Emburey and Eddie Hemmings to earn him 34 Test caps. In his most successful series, against a Packer-weakened Australia in 1978-79, he topped the bowling averages with 23 wickets at 15.04. Unaccountably for such a correct batsman, he needed 380 innings to compile a maiden first-class hundred, though before that he had twice scored 98 for England, one of them not out. A droll character, he was much in demand in retirement as a brilliant after-dinner speaker and raconteur, and joined the England selection panel in 2000. Eight years later, he usurped David Graveney as England's National Selector - a post Graveney had held for eleven years. Geoff has recently retired from the position.

Sporting Dinners David Lloyd & Geoff Miller Luncheon and Dinner

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