England Cricket Captains coach together for first time

Cricket coaching programme
The 'Cricket for Change' programme helps young people find their way back into education. Photo: ITV Central

For the first time, all four current England Cricket Captains will be together to lead a unique coaching session today with inner-city children from Nottingham, ahead of the England test with West Indies at Trent Bridge.

Captain's Andrew Strauss, Alistair Cook and Charlotte Edwardswill join Stuart Broad at 9.30 am in presenting coaching badges to young people who have graduated from the Lord Taverner's 'Cricket for Change programme'.

Youth sports charity The Lord's Taverners has joined forces with the England and Wales Cricket Board to highlight the positive impact cricket is having on young and often deprived people.

The 'Cricket for Change' programme uses cricket to help young people to find their way back into education and find work.

This morning will see the four Captains presenting coaching badges to young people who have graduated from the programme.

The event will take place at Bridlington Street Multi-Use Games Area.