WHO can forget the drama of the Cricket World Cup final when England snatched the narrowest of victories over New Zealand in the final at Lord’s?

Fans will have the chance to re-live the glory at Bradford & Bingley CC on Friday, October 25 when ECB officials bring the famous trophy to Wagon Lane.

It will on display from 6pm to 9pm when there will be the chance for photographs with the trophy.

And at 8pm, former England and Yorkshire all-rounder Craig White, who also coached Hampshire, and former Yorkshire player Neil Hartley, now a member of the Yorkshire CC board and Bradford & Bingley committee, will take part in a question and answer session.

Putting the questions will be coach Mark Gilliver, who scored almost 16,000 runs for various Bradford League clubs in a career spanning 20 years.

He said: “Unfortunately all the England players who played in the World Cup are away, but we are delighted to welcome Craig White and I am sure he will have lots of interesting observations to make about the cricket scene.

“Everyone is welcome and I sure young cricketers will love the chance to have their picture taken with the World Cup.

“England winning the World Cup was obviously the highlight of a memorable cricket season. This is our chance to re-live it.”