Tom Maynard remembered

A group of friends of and former Glamorgan teammates of Tom Maynard, who died in June, have cycled from the SWALEC Stadium cardiff to the Oval in London to raise money for a trust set up in his name.

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Cyclists finish ride in memory of Tom Maynard

Tom's father Matthew leads the group of cyclists onto the pitch at the Oval Credit: Nigel French / EMPICS Sport

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.

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