Lancashire squad hit the road to inspire the counties All Stars
Nine players thrill All Stars participants
Lancashire's First Team squad celebrated their third straight Specsavers County Championship win this week by heading out around the county to inspire All Stars Cricket participants on Friday evening.
Nine centres across Lancashire were treated to a special visit, on the same week that the Club welcomed 1,500 school children to Emirates Old Trafford for its annual Schools Open Day.
The memorable evening kicked off with Haseeb Hameed's trip to Bradshaw CC, before Keaton Jennings arrived at Urmston CC and Liam Livingstone at Westhoughton CC.
Spin bowling trio Matt Parkinson, Stephen Parry and Tom Hartley were at Edgworth CC, Woodhouses CC and Tarleton CC to lend a helping a hand and sign some autographs.
Whilst Rob Jones thrilled All Stars at Newton le Willows CC, with Steven Croft at Longridge CC and Richard Gleeson at St Annes CC.
GALLERY: Check out all of the images from the Lancashire squad's All Stars Cricket vists
With over 3,000 children now signed up across Lancashire it promises to be another fantastic summer of #BigMoments.
Not only does All Stars Cricket offer an introduction into cricket, kids signed up will also be eligible for Lancashire Cricket’s free ticket offer to attend the Vitality Blast clash between Lancashire Lightning and Durham at Emirates Old Trafford on Sunday 21 July.
Sign up now and play at your local All Stars Cricket centre, by visiting: allstarscricket.co.uk