Photos of Tom Felton and Matt Lewis at ‘The David Holmes Cricket Cup’

Yesterday, Tom Felton and Matt Lewis participated in THE DAVID HOLMES CRICKET CUP at Ealing Cricket Club.

The David Holmes Cricket Cup began in the summer of 2009 to raise money for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH). Since then, each summer, the event has been hosted for David’s family and friends, where the two teams, Gryffindor and Slytherin, have battled it out for the trophy and continued to raise money for the RNOH. It’s a fun, family day out with our famous Cricket Match and our Auction, Raffle, Bar, BBQ, Face Painting and Bouncy Castle providing further entertainment.

Tom played for Slytherin and Matt and Tom’s brother Chris for Gryffindor.


Tom on Twitter:
Incase you’re all wondering, this team captain won! Sorry mate @Mattdavelewis #slythewin

Matt replied:
Doesn’t count. I was hungover. I’m just chuffed I even got bat to ball. You’ll never get my wicket! #notout #christthatwasfast

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David Holmes on Instagram:
Thanking everyone who joined us and got involved in the annual David Holmes cricket cup. Yesterday’s event help raise over £4500 for the RNOH and I’m truly honoured that you all helped us achieve this. #RNOH
Thanking #t22felton and #realmattdavelewis for helping us raise over £4500 for the RNOH in yesterday’s cricket day.


David Holmes was seriously injured in January 2009 while filming a harnessed aerial sequence for the final installment of the film franchise, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

photo credit: Tom Felton, Matt Lewis and David Holmes

The David Holmes Cricket Cups held in 2009 and 2010 raised over £10,000 for the RNOH. In 2011 £3,650 was raised and was split between the RNOH and other various spinal and childhood cancer charities. The Cricket Cups held in 2012 and 2013 raised over £13,000 for the RNOH.

In August 2014 the sixth David Holmes Cricket Cup was hosted, Slytherin won the toss and chose to field. Gryffindor bat and made 97/10 in 25 overs. Slytherin made 104/4 in 15.1 overs and won the game. £7,780 was raised and split between the RNOH and Spinal Research.


photo credit: Prithika P.

Last Friday Matt and Tom tweeted about the event 😉 and J.K. Rowling responded to the tweets:

Tom Felton Tweets Picture of Him and Dan Radcliffe at Cricket Match

Tom Felton has just tweeted a picture of himself and Daniel Radcliffe from today’s Cricket match. I seriously just typed Quidditch on accident.

Tom also had this to say about the match:

What a day! Witnessed history! Met @bumblecricket David Lloyd! Great guy! Fantastic, from England, sun was shining; we deserved to win xxx

There we were! What a day! X

For those who have never seen the oval in all it’s glory x

Had the pleasure of chatting with @Aggerscricket today as well. What a gentleman, What a day! Still hasnt sunk in yet x

Thanks, Tom!

Tom Felton and Daniel Radcliffe Talk with TMS today at the Cricket Match

BBC TMS [Test Match Special] had a special interview today with Dan and Tom while they were at the Ashes Cricket Match.

You can download or listen to the interview directly on the website here.

Thanks to Feltbeats Admin Lumalfoy for pointing this out.

Enjoy! It’s amusing!

Here are a couple of pictures of Stuart Broad, the English Cricket player who everyone claims has a bit of Tom Felton/Draco Malfoy charm about him: Picture one and Picture two.

There are more pictures of the podcast in our gallery.

Daniel Radcliffe Gets His Wish: Hanging out with Tom Felton AND watching The Cricket!

Our last post stated how, basically, if Daniel Radcliffe could be anywhere, he would be with Tom Felton, doing some kind of Cricket-related activity. Well, looks like he got his wish. Tom and Dan attended the England vs. Australia Ashes championship game today and, luckily for us, Feltbeats Admin Lumalfoy and Youtube uploader Tinydancer114 have enabled us to see them there! Unfortunately for the boys, Dan’s apprehension was realized when they both were recognized by the camera. However, because the camera’s eye caught them, we now have a video of it:


Oh, and according to Matt Lewis’ twitter England Won the Ashes game today! Congrats, England, and good play, Australia.

Mattdavelewis England are one wicket away from winning the Ashes for the second time in a row in this country. Australia look lost and confused. YES!

Mattdavelewis There it is; the last Aussie wicket falls. England win the 2009 Ashes!! Fair play to Oz, they’ve come out fighting and deserve an applause.

We applaud both teams!

And we hope you guys had sunscreen on!