Former Leicester City hard man Matt Elliott will be the star turn at a charity golf day for the Belvoir Castle Cricket and Countryside Trust.
Elliott, who captained the Foxes to their 2000 League Cup victory and scored both goals in the final, is inviting teams to join him on the tee at Radcliffe-on-Trent Golf Club, Nottingham, on Wednesday, September 10.
He will later take part in a fun Q and A at a fundraising dinner with Trust director and former Nottinghamshire cricketer Darren Bicknell.
Elliott was BBC Radio Leicester’s match analyst on the Foxes return to the Premiership.
Teams of four are invited to register now and extra places are also available for the dinner only at £25 per head.
The competition format will be stableford with prizes for the first three teams, nearest the pin and longest drive, and a raffle.
The Trust delivers cricket coaching and countryside education to more than 2,500 children every year in the Melton, Vale of Belvoir and Grantham areas.
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