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CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket to open its doors

CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket to open its doors

CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket

Robert Croft may have played his final match for Glamorgan, but he will still be bowling - albeit in a virtual way - at the SWALEC Stadium for many years to come as the Welsh cricketing legend is one of the star attractions in a ground-breaking interactive display at the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket which opens its doors to the public for the first time on September 25th and 26th

Croft, together with fellow Glamorgan legend Don Shepherd and Ashes-winning pace bowler Simon Jones, feature in BATIO, a wii-based display which has been developed specifically for the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket by Plymouth-based multimedia company TwoFour which allows visitors a chance to bat against these legendary bowlers in Welsh cricket history.


The Museum has been created by Glamorgan Cricket, in partnership with CC4 – the Cardiff-based multimedia company and e-learning specialists. Situated on the first floor of the National Cricket Centre at Glamorgan Cricket’s headquarters at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff, the Museum will be open to the public between 4pm and 7pm on Tuesday, September 25th and again between 4pm and 7pm on Wednesday, September 26th.

A further series of opening dates will be shortly confirmed in October, November and December, along with other events with guest speakers including former Glamorgan captain Steve James, as well as other presentations on the history of the summer game in Wales.

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