BURY cricketer Warren Hegg is bringing back his Lancashire Legends series following the announcement of new national lockdown measures.

The Lancashire Legends series, which started and ran through the first national UK lockdown, proved a huge hit with famous names such as Wasim Akram, Mike Atherton and VVS Laxman appearing.

Hegg, 52, from Whitefield, came through the ranks at Stand Cricket Club, eventually going on to play two Test matches for England and captaining Lancashire between 2002 and 2004.

He retired from playing in 2005 and has since been an integral part of the county’s commercial and business teams, is currently the head of cricket business at Emirates Old Trafford.

South African international Ashwell Prince is Hegg's next guest on Lancashire Legends.

The left-handed batsman, who has gone down as one of the modern day greats at Emirates Old Trafford, joins Hegg to discuss his career in the North West and at international level.

Prince's episode airs exclusively on Facebook Live this Thursday (7 January) at 4pm.

It will also be available to view on YouTube and via the Club website a short time later.