Local law firm and club legal partner FBC Manby Bowdler has donated a cricket bat signed by Birmingham Bears and Australia wicket-keeper Matthew Wade for a raffle taking place at the Blind Cricket England & Wales (BCEW) T20 Finals Day.

Wade, who has won 26 International T20 caps for Australia, played six NatWest T20 group games for Birmingham Bears and made a top score of 74 against local rivals Worcestershire Rapids at New Road in July.

Taking place at Wolverhampton Cricket Club on Saturday, Cheshire Cobras, London Metro, Sussex Sharks and Warwickshire Bears are competing for the honours in the BCEW T20 Finals Day, with play starting at 11am.

Neil Lloyd, sales director at FBC Manby Bowdler, the Official Legal Partner of Warwickshire CCC commented: “We’re really pleased to see the finals of this exciting brand of cricket being played in Wolverhampton and will obviously be rooting for the Bears.”

Mike Elphick from Wolverhampton Cricket Club said “We’re looking forward to a hosting a great day of cricket and would encourage those that have not seen this form of the game before to come along.”