Former England Captain Alec Stewart As Next Big Sports Breakfast Speaker

English cricket legend, Alec Stewart OBE is announced as the next guest speaker at the Big Sports Breakfast at Ashton Gate on Friday, May 27th. 

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With 118 international caps, Alec Stewart is the most capped English Test cricketer of all time.

After 20 years in County and International cricket his final match was a very high profile one at his home ground The Oval against South Africa in the summer of 2003.

Stewart made his cricket debut for Surrey in 1981 and England debut in the first Test of the 1989/90 tour of the West Indies.

Alec Stewart was vice-captain of the England side during most of Michael Atherton’s tenure as captain, eventually succeeding him in 1998.

During his captaincy, he had the unusual distinction of simultaneously captaining the side, opening the batting and keeping wicket.

In 1994, at the Kensington Oval in the West Indies, Alec Stewart became only the 7th English batsmen to score centuries in both innings of a test match. His highest Test score, 190, against Pakistan in the first Edgbaston Test on 4th June 1992 – a match that was drawn.

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Over the next 12 months a line-up of star guests will provide a unique insight into becoming leaders in their field including Olympian Kriss Akabusi; Paralympian and 7/7 survivor Martine Wright and the 'First Lady of Football' Karren Brady CBE. ​

Exclusive Lansdown Club offer: Buy a 12-month bundle for  £499+VAT which includes two tickets per event, working out at just £20 per person per event.

To purchase a bundle e-mail jo.robb@bristol-sport.co.uk or call 0117 963 0635.

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