England venues include Arundel Castle and Wormsley, and a three-game series against

Sydney, Australia December 8th , 2021 –FairBreak Global, is proud to announce a tour of England and Scotland in August 2022. A FairBreak XI will embark on a 10-game tour including a three-game series against Scotland. This will follow the FairBreak Invitational in Hong Kong in May 2022.

The Tour will visit the historic grounds of Wormsley, home to the Sir Paul Getty XI, and the spectacular Arundel Castle ground in the Sussex countryside. The Tour also sees the FairBreak XI take on Scotland in a three-game series.

“This will be the third time we have played the Sir Paul Getty XI at Wormsley, and we are delighted to be invited to play the Duke of Norfolk’s XI at Arundel Castle,” says Shaun Martyn, FairBreak Founder.

“The three-game series against Scotland really takes the FairBreak movement to another level. To play a series against a national team is exciting for everyone. I’m sure there will be players from all around the world wanting to take part in this opportunity.”

James Rufey, Chief Operating Officer & Secretary at Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club says, “We are delighted to welcome the FairBreak XI to Arundel for what promises to be a wonderful occasion. Arundel Castle Cricket Club believes in the power of cricket to inspire, so we are very supportive of the FairBreak movement and look forward to hosting them next summer.”

Alistair Cane, Head of Cricket Development at Wormsley says, “In 2018, Charlotte Edwards, CBE, captained the inaugural Sir Paul Getty Women’s XI against a FairBreak XI in a world record game which saw players from 14 nations join together in a spectacle of Cricket. FairBreak’s mission to progress gender equality and equity is closely aligned with the objectives of the Sir Paul Getty Cricket Legacy to use cricket to broaden the opportunity for all.

FairBreak will always have a special place in the history of Cricket at Wormsley and so we are delighted to welcome Shaun and the wider FairBreak family back to Wormsley, with the series perfectly balanced at 1-1!!”

Sue Strachan, Cricket Scotland President says, “We would like to thank the FairBreak Global Team for
making time in their plans to travel to Scotland as part of their 2022 UK Tour. For our Scotland
Women’s team to play them in this mini-series at home in Scotland is really exciting. This is a great
opportunity for us to showcase women’s cricket in Scotland, inspire a new generation of players and
to support progress towards gender equality in global sport.”