South East law firm Moore Barlow is supporting two cricket internationals being held at The Ageas Bowl: the England vs Ireland One Day International played on Tuesday August 4th and the England vs Pakistan 5 day Test Match beginning Thursday August 13th.
Getting into the spirit of the cricket, the firm will be celebrating their support by holding a “one day international” of their own, playing against their Surrey-sponsored cricket club, Woking and Horsell CC on 13th August. Moore Barlow will also be holding a softball match at their Southampton office location to celebrate our ability to play socially distanced sport across the nation. To mark these events, Moore Barlow are making a donation to the Hampshire Cricket Foundation, based at The Ageas Bowl, to help some of the region’s clubs and schools get cricket back up and running after a drastically-affected summer season.
After our recent successful merger, Moore Barlow is a new South East regional powerhouse firm, serving clients both across the UK and internationally. As sports enthusiasts ourselves we wanted to demonstrate our support for the return of cricket, and sport more generally, across our region after such difficult times for everyone through the last few months. It’s so inspiring to have international cricket played on our doorstep, and gave us a great opportunity to promote Moore Barlow at the home of Hampshire Cricket, showcasing our firm to the millions of people expected to watch on Sky and the BBC. It is also a chance to bring our people together, and to give something back to our local clubs who have had their season devastated this year.Ed Whittington, Managing Partner
Moore Barlow have been sponsors of our club for many years. This year more than ever we have appreciated their support as we have worked hard to salvage some cricket for our players. Their donation to our programme gives us the ability to offer even more access for children across the area. We are very much looking forward to welcoming them to the club and giving their team a good game.Keith Goodwin, Club Chairman of Woking & Horsell Cricket Club