Former England captain Andrew Flintoff’s ‘Area of Goals’ cricket documentary has been commissioned for a brand new four-part follow-up collection by the BBC after the success of the primary version.
The 44-year-old Ashes winner, who performed for Lancashire and featured in 79 Assessments, 141 one-day internationals and 7 T20s for his nation, was tasked with untapping native cricket expertise in his hometown of Preston.
The collection proved to be a giant hit as, not solely did it construct a cricket group from scratch, it additionally helped to rework the lives of a few of his gamers and the native space.
Filming captured the journey of native lads Sean, Ben and Adnan, the latter a young person from Afghanistan who was granted asylum within the UK after the documentary had completed and educated with Lancashire’s youth group.
Flintoff instructed the BBC: “Working with the boys was one of the crucial unbelievable experiences of my life however the work will not be completed but!
“I’m actually happy we’ll be persevering with the exhausting work now we have all put in, however on a a lot larger scale.”