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Artistic touch: England's Ashes batch of 2005, 2015 draw portraits of each other for charity

Former and current England players showed their artistic side by making a sketch of the 2005 and 2015 English Ashes side. They have put these sketches for auction at Cricket United which is UK's biggest ever cricket charity awareness campaign to raise money for disabled charity organisations.

Artistic touch: England's Ashes batch of 2005, 2015 draw portraits of each other for charity

New Delhi: Former and current England players showed their artistic side by making a sketch of the 2005 and 2015 English Ashes side. They have put these sketches for auction at Cricket United which is UK's biggest ever cricket charity awareness campaign to raise money for disabled charity organisations.

The images have been drawn up in an attempt to raise funds for three of the UK's leading charities Lord's Taverners, Chance to Shine and the PCA Benevolent Fund which aims to improve lives through cricket.

The past and present cricketers had to draw sketches of each other and various cricketers took part for this auction. Past cricketers Michael Vaughan, Andrew Flintoff, Andrew Strauss, Paul Collingwood and Geraint Jones took part in the portrait auction. They were joined by the current lot of Ben Stokes, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Moeen Ali and Joe Root.

The photos were shared on social micro-blogging site, Twitter by Cricket United.

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