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England Cricket national selector Ed Smith attends Jonathan Hulley Memorial Lecture at Framlingham College


By Sport Diss


Ed Smith – national selector for the senior England cricket team – visited Framlingham College last Wednesday evening for the inaugural Jonathan Hulley Memorial Lecture.

Hulley, who was a cricket-loving student at the College for six years from 2010, was tragically killed in 2018.

The lecture, which was part of the College’s Pathways to Sporting Excellence and FramSoc programmes, saw the unveiling Jonathan Hulley Memorial Clock, which will reside in the College’s cricket pavilion.

Ed Smith at Framlingham College (7566118)
Ed Smith at Framlingham College (7566118)

The College’s director of sport Nick Gandy said: “We were delighted that Ed could join us for the first of our Annual Lectures in memory of Jonathan. It was an entertaining, informative and evocative occasion. The specially commissioned clock is a fitting memorial to a much-loved and missed young man.”

More than £200 was also raised, which will be split between the East Anglian Air Ambulance and Tom’s Trust.



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