Wish Warriors are asked to promote RTCW within their local community, through their own social media posts where applicable, attend events, meetings or talks with groups and community organisations and where possible introduce opportunities to fundraise for RTCW.
English former cricketer. He captained England and Australia at under-19 level. He played first-class cricket in England and South Africa for Kent, Griqualand West, Leicestershire and Orange Free State.
Laurie has agreed to help RTCW by becoming a Wish Warrior for the charity and all at RTCW look forward to working with him in the future.
English former cricketer . He had a long career in county cricket, playing over 500 games combined between first-class and List A, primarily with Warwickshire before ending his career at Derbyshire.
He also played two Test matches for England in the 1992 series against Pakistan, and went on a number of England A tours. A medium pace bowler and lower order batsman, cricket writer Colin Bateman stated, “at 6ft 6in, with an ability to make the ball swing, Munton is at his best in English conditions”.
His time at Warwickshire was a particularly successful one for the club, winning 6 trophies between 1993 and 1995; as a crucial part of that side, Munton was honoured as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1995.
John Salako was a pro footballer for 20 years, playing over 600 games and scorinf 45 goals for Crystal Palace, Coventry, Fulham, Charlton, Reading and Brentford.
5 England caps. UEFA A Coach. Crystal Palace Academy Coach, and 1st team Coach 2015/16 season
On going media career includes working for Sky Sports (Analyst), Talk Sport, BBC, ITV and Talk TV.