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  • January 13, 2016

    The LBW Trust Annual Dinner 2016

    Dennis Lillee and Henry Olonga are renowned cricketers of enormous physical and moral courage and they will be reunited at the LBW Trust’s 10th anniversary dinner at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 30, 2016.

    Lillee overcame a shocking back injury to become perhaps the greatest of all fast bowlers. Zimbabwean paceman Olonga put his life at risk by famously mounting a protest against the regime of Robert Mugabe during the 2003 World Cup in South Africa.

    The LBW Trust is both gratified and humbled by the unstinting support of Link Market Services. 
     
    We welcome seven corporate sponsors, for the first time: GenesisCare, Credit Suisse, UBS, Crestone, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Herbert Smith Freehills and Ord Minnett. 
     
    Together with the overwhelming response of our regulars, we are delighted to announce that our 10th Annual Dinner is sold out! 

  • January 13, 2016

    Mike Coward receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    Congratulations to our Director Mike Coward who received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Australian Sports Commission from Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland.

    "He has become a doyen in his field and a mentor to generations with his passion for the game and care for all those he covered cricket with through the years,” Sutherland said. “Mike’s passion for cricket was obvious from childhood, when he would dash to the Adelaide Oval after school in the hope that his idol Les Favell would still be batting for South Australia".