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How to give the perfect gifts this Christmas
How to give the perfect gifts this Christmas

While naturally, we all want to be that person, you know, the one who manages to give thoughtful and unique gifts each and every time, for most of us, Christmas shopping can be tough.

 

Thinking of the perfect presents to get your loved ones is no mean feat, and often we are so consumed with tryin...

Why you should buy all your Christmas gifts online
Why you should buy all your Christmas gifts online

With the festive season almost here, the most organised gift-givers among us will no doubt already be planning and preparing what to buy for their nearest and dearest.

 

There is no better feeling than seeing the faces of your loved ones light up as they open your thoughtful, beautifully wrapped g...

Our Top 10 Corporate Christmas Gifts
Our Top 10 Corporate Christmas Gifts

The countdown to Christmas has arrived, and for many businesses, this signals a time of celebration and appreciation - of everything that the company has achieved as well as the hard work of all its staff to get there.

The festive corporate season means Christmas and client parties, team dinners an...

Our Top 12 Luxury Christmas Gifts for 2017
Our Top 12 Luxury Christmas Gifts for 2017

With the festive season almost upon us, no doubt the most organised among us will already be looking towards Christmas and thinking about the perfect gifts to get their loved ones.

If you are looking for a unique and elegant present for someone with excellent taste, then Inkerman is your answer!

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Shrubsole Wins 2017 CMJ Spirit of Cricket Award
Shrubsole Wins 2017 CMJ Spirit of Cricket Award

Inkerman were delighted to be asked by the MCC and BBC to supply an engraved crystal champagne cooler for the Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Award which was presented at the Investec Test Match between England and West Indies at Lord's.

Presented to England women’s bowler Anya Shrubsole.  Shrubsole becomes the first women’s cricketer to receive the award thanks to her selfless actions in the ICC Women’s World Cup Semi-Final victory over South Africa at Bristol in July.

The award was created by Marylebone Cricket Club and the BBC in memory of former MCC President and BBC Test Match Special commentator Christopher Martin-Jenkins, who passed away in January 2013, and was passionate about promoting the spirit of the game.

President of MCC Matthew Fleming said, “MCC works tremendously hard at promoting the Spirit of Cricket at all levels of the game along with the ‘Play Hard, Play Fair’ message, and it is entirely appropriate that the actions of players like Anya are rewarded.

“Anya demonstrated the true spirit of cricket by thinking about the feelings of an opponent even in a moment of dramatic victory"

“England Women have of course enjoyed an unprecedented year of success and we are delighted that a player who starred in one of the most memorable Lord’s finals ever is the recipient of this award.”

BBC Test Match Special Producer Adam Mountford said, “Anya demonstrated the true spirit of cricket by thinking about the feelings of an opponent even in a moment of dramatic victory. 

“She is a deserved winner of the CMJ award and I am especially delighted that in the diamond anniversary year of the programme Judy Martin-Jenkins was able to present the award.” 

 

2017 Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Award

President of MCC Matthew Fleming said, “MCC works tremendously hard at promoting the Spirit of Cricket at all levels of the game along with the ‘Play Hard, Play Fair’ message, and it is entirely appropriate that the actions of players like Anya are rewarded.

“Anya demonstrated the true spirit of cricket by thinking about the feelings of an opponent even in a moment of dramatic victory"

“England Women have of course enjoyed an unprecedented year of success and we are delighted that a player who starred in one of the most memorable Lord’s finals ever is the recipient of this award.”

BBC Test Match Special Producer Adam Mountford said, “Anya demonstrated the true spirit of cricket by thinking about the feelings of an opponent even in a moment of dramatic victory. 

“She is a deserved winner of the CMJ award and I am especially delighted that in the diamond anniversary year of the programme Judy Martin-Jenkins was able to present the award.” 

 

The Silk Series Tufnell Trophy
The Silk Series Tufnell Trophy

Ahead of the final of The Silk Series at Doncaster Racecourse on Thursday 14 September, Arena Racing Company are delighted to reveal the first images of the Tufnell Trophy, kindly designed and donated by Inkerman.

The trophy is named in honour of Meriel Tufnell, the winner of the first ever race for female jockeys in Britain in 1972. It is of a modern round design, with a racing motif, prominently featuring the Silk Series logo in silver and glass.

Jockeys are allocated points for their finishing position in each of The Silk Series races, which have taken place across Arena Racing Company Ladies’ Days across the summer. The jockey with the most points overall following the final race of the Series at Doncaster will be presented with the Tufnell Trophy by Wynne Tufnell, Meriel’s brother.

Wynne Tufnell commented, “Ahead of the final of The Silk Series next week, I’m absolutely delighted to see the Tufnell Trophy for the first time. I’d very much like to thank the team at Inkerman for designing such a fantastic piece that will be an excellent prize for the winning jockey. 

“I know Meriel would be proud to have her name associated with such a prestigious award and hope that it will be a boost for the female jockeys competing for the prize.”


Sally Hindley, consultant at Inkerman said, “Inkerman are absolutely delighted to support The Silk Series in providing the Tufnell Trophy, which will be presented to the overall winner at Doncaster next week. It is an honour for us to create this piece that carries Meriel’s name, after she did so much to promote the skills of female jockeys throughout her life.

“Having ridden alongside Meriel in the seventies, I can tell you that there has always been incredibly highly skilled female jockeys in Britain, and personally I’m delighted to see them given opportunities like The Silk Series to help them progress in their careers”


The Silk Series looks to promote the achievements and offer opportunities to female flat jockeys across Britain. In addition, The Silk Series has been raising funds and awareness for Cancer Research UK, with 75 pence from all tickets sold to Ladies’ Day fixtures going to the charity.

To see more of Inkerman’s large range of handpicked luxury gifts, awards and trophies, please visit www.inkerman.co.uk

For more information, please contact Sam Cone at Arena Racing Company on 0207 802 5120.

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