Cricketers including Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff will cycle from Cardiff to London starting today to raise money for the Tom Maynard Trust.
A group of Tom Maynard's friend and former teammates are to cycle from Cardiff to London to raise money for young cricketers.
Friends and relatives gather at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff to remember Welsh cricketer Tom Maynard. He died last month in London.
A group of cyclists, riding in memory of Welsh cricketer Tom Maynard, have arrived at the Oval cricket ground in London this afternoon, after a 150-mile journey from Cardiff.
They set off from the SWALEC Stadium, home of Tom's former club Glamorgan, yesterday. Their arrival at the Oval, home of his last club, Surrey, precedes a Clydesdale Bank 40 match between the two counties this afternoon.
The proceeds from the match, as well as the ride, will go towards the Tom Maynard Trust. He was 23, when he died after going onto a London underground line in June. An inquest into his death has been opened and adjourned.
Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff tells David Wood why he's getting involved in the 160-mile bike ride to raise money for the Tom Maynard Trust.
"What happened with Tom rocked everyone within the cricket world" he says.
"This is such a fantastic cause. I just wanted to show my support for Matthew and the Maynard family."
"The Trust has been set up raising money to help kids - lads, girls - get involved with cricket, whether it's buying kit, or going on tours or giving bursaries".
"The one thing that's going to be spurring everyone on is that we're doing it in Tom's memory and that we're doing it for the Trust."
29 cyclists including Andrew Flintoff heading off from SWALEC Stadium for 160 mile ride for Tom Maynard charity
Having followed them for a while they're averaging about 15 mph (therefore so am I). Only to overtake them and film them passing me again.
A book of condolence, in memory of Tom Maynard, will be open for supporters and well wishers to sign from today.
The book will be held in reception at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff until next Saturday.
The 23 year-olds body was found near Wimbledon Park tube station early last Monday morning.
Glamorgan's tribute to the former batsman had to be postponed on Saturday after their T20 match against Gloucestershire was called off due to heavy rain.
They will now hold a minute's silence next Saturday, when they host Northampton, in their first home match since Tom's death.