Hacks and Flaks is back
The annual cricket match between communications and business journalists is back.
The 15th incarnation of Hacks v Flaks will take place at East Molesey Cricket Ground near Hampton Court from 10.45am on Sunday 22nd September.
Over the past 15 years, Hacks v Flaks has raised around £400,000 for a variety for charities.
This year, all the proceeds will go to the fantastic wheelchair charity, Whizz-Kidz. Hacks v Flaks is delighted to support Whizz-Kidz as they continue to transform the lives of disabled children by providing the equipment, support and life skills they need, when they need them – giving them the chance to develop their full potential.
The Hacks vs Flaks committee extends its thanks to lead sponsors Lowell, London Stock Exchange and essensys, and co-sponsors Ascot Lloyd, Three, Just Eat, FTI Consulting, VisMedia, Emperor and Sharpener Communications.
The event is open to all, and all are welcome to come along – contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Last year the Flaks won the cricket, but with an Aussie in the Hacks ranks, the journalists are confident of carrying momentum over from the Ashes.
Nick Clark, captain of the Hacks, said:
“The Hacks have been studying videos of Ben Stokes and Steve Smith all summer and feel they are in good shape to challenge for the urn, I mean Hacks v Flaks trophy. It’s time to bring the historic silverware home.”
• Nick Clark (c), The Stage
• Rakteem Katakey, Bloomberg
• Oliver Haill, Freelance
• Joe Mayes, Bloomberg
• Mike Atkins, The Times
• Mischa Frankl-Duval, WSJ
• Louis Tambe, Freelance
• Marcus Leroux, Source Material
• Harcharan Chandhoke, Daily Mail
• Nic Fildes, FT
• Arthur Martin, Daily Mail
• James Melville Ross (c), FTI Consulting
• Ollie Mann, LSEG
• Henry Evans, GFG
• Nick Dennis, Camarco
• Ed Berry, FTI Consulting
• Geoffrey Pelham, Camarco
• Josh Royston, Alma PR
• Jamie Ricketts, FTI Consulting
• Oscar Bingham, Comic Relief
• Harry Staight, Amazon
• Katy Bell, FTI Consulting