Worcestershire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce Harrison Clark Rickerbys as the Club's Official Legal Partner, following a longstanding association with the leading law firm stretching back over twenty years.
Harrison Clark Rickerbys, whose Head Office is based in Worcester, provides a complete spectrum of City-quality legal services to businesses and private clients. The firm, which has a local, national and international reach, has its heart firmly rooted in the Three Counties. As well as being legal partners to Worcestershire County Cricket Club, the firm has also confirmed sponsorship of Tom Fell, the team's promising young batsman.
Jon Graham, Business Development Director at Worcestershire CCC, commented: “It’s great to have Harrison Clark Rickerbys on board as one of our Official Partners and we chose the firm as they have carried out legal work on behalf of Worcestershire CCC for a long time now, particularly over the past 2 years in which they oversaw all legal aspects of the multi million pound development here at New Road. Strengthening our connection with another major business in the City shows what we are all about and having Harrison Clark Rickerbys commit to the Club is another example of the great strides we are making as a business."
Heath Thomas, Partner and Head of Hospitality, Leisure and Sport, commented: "We are delighted to be appointed as the Official Legal Partner of Worcestershire County Cricket Club. Hospitality, Leisure and Sport is one of our firm's key sectors and we are very proud of our long-standing association with sports organisations. The club is a varied and fast-moving business which requires advice across diverse areas, from property to sports law."
Andrew James, Partner and Head of Construction and Engineering, commented: "We're delighted to strengthen our long-established association with Worcestershire County Cricket Club and very keen to support the local community."
"We were pleased to be chosen as the law firm best-placed to advise Worcestershire County Cricket Club throughout the development of The View on its construction, commercial property and licensing elements. We are now thrilled to continue working with the Club. With over 350 staff and solicitors offering expertise across a full spectrum of business and individual services from our five offices throughout the Three Counties and Thames Valley, we are well-placed to provide legal services to the club. Our teams are able to offer specialist advice to enable the club to grow and our partnership with Worcestershire County Cricket Club is a firm endorsement of our legal expertise and abilities."