Jos Butler: The Hundred, T20 World Cup and Being the Best he can be

Jos Butler: The Hundred, T20 World Cup and Being the Best he can be

Team Castore - August 05, 2021

Passionate, determined and ambitious -  Jos Butler is exactly what Castore are all about. His boundary-pushing personality emulates our ethos and when it comes to striving for success, there’s just no stopping him. The England International Cricketer is one of the best wicketkeeper batsmen in the world and this year, he’s no doubt got a lot up his sleeve.


The Manchester Originals star is currently taking part in the Hundred, the new 100-ball cricket format which will sees 8 men’s and women’s teams compete across England and Wales. But his fight for success won’t end there. Following on from the Hundred, Jos will go on to take part in the T20 World Cup. Set to be held across the United Arab Emirates and Oman from October to November this year, the England vice-captain will be a key player in England’s aim for world cup glory. And as the record holder of England’s three fastest ODI centuries to date and the 7th fastest ODI century of all time, it comes as no surprise.

Current event and fixtures:

The Hundred

31st July Manchester Originals vs Welsh Fire (Sophia Gardens, Cardiff) 14:30

5th August Manchester Originals vs Southern Brave (Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester) 19:00

10th August Manchester Originals vs London Spirit (Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester) 18:30 

12th August Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers (Emerald Headingley, Leeds) 19:00 

15th August Manchester Originals vs Trent Rockets (Trent Bridge, Nottingham) 19:00 

20th August The Eliminator TBC

21st August The Final TBC


Coming up:

T20 World Cup – Dates TBC

26th October - England vs TBC

30th October – England vs South Africa

1st November – England vs India

4th November – England vs Afghanistan

7th November – England vs TBC

Designed to elevate the brand and athletes during key sporting events, discover our campaign with Jos Buttler here as we look forward to seeing him in action.