Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq conducted a coaching session at Denbigh High School, Luton.
The 35-year-old worked on the basics of batting and bowling helping upcoming players with their techniques.
This session was set up to encourage youngsters to continue playing the sport at the highest level possible and not give up as a lot of talented players have done so.
Beds Cricket Academy is looking to change this trend by inviting former and current players to motivate youngsters to continue playing the sport and give them tips based on their own experience.
Razzaq, who played 46 Tests and 265 one day internationals, was impressed with the talent on display and singled out a few of the upcoming players who he would like to return to work with again.
Beds Academy thanked their sponsors Nasons, Spotlight Security, Venue Central, LETS Hub, Active Support, Rise and Shine, Karams Piri Piri and also Sarah Slimani for supporting this initiative.