The Professional Cricketers' Association
The PCA has been the representative body of past and present first class cricketers in England and Wales, since the organisation was founded in 1967.
The Benevolent Fund is part of the Professional Cricketers’ Association’s commitment to helping former and current players and their dependants in times of hardship and upheaval, or to readjust to the world beyond the game
Never has the health and well-being of our first-class cricketers been higher on the agenda, and it is for this reason that The Professional Cricketers’ Association has joined forces with an award winning theatre company to address one of the central issues that no current or aspiring professional cricketer can afford to ignore. The PCA in association with Live Wire Theatre has commissioned a new hard-hitting theatre drama which tells one of cricket’s most tragic stories.
When The Eye has Gone, written by former Kent and Derbyshire cricketer James Graham-Brown, is a one-man show that dramatises the all-too-short life of Colin Milburn, the former England and Northants player.