David Cameron (center) with the England men's cricket team © Getty Images
David Cameron (center) with the England men’s cricket team © Getty Images

England Prime Minister David Cameron was visited by England’s men and women cricket teams that played in their respective Ashes 2015 series’ against the Australians. Alastair Cook‘s England Test team succeeded to regain the urn with a Test series margin of 3-2, while the women lost the urn in their multi-format version of the Ashes. England’s men team did win a thrilling Twenty20 International (T20I) following immediately after the Ashes Tests, but the One-Day Internationals (ODIs) were conceded to the visitors 3-2. ALSO READ: Ashes 2015: England’s marks out of 10

According to dailymail.co.uk, Cameron was very pleased to have the teams over and engaged in mostly formal, though sometimes boisterous conversations. The conversations mainly revolved around the most recent rendition of one of world sport’s most celebrated rivalry. There was the finest red and white to go with the occasion. VIDEO: Alastair Cook ecstatic after England’s 3-2 Ashes 2015 triumph

Cameron has made his love for cricket for quite well known and, to the distaste of some critics who believe he must focus on more serious matters, attended the ODI between the men’s teams at Leeds. Cameron was presented a bat signed by all cricketers by Andrew Strauss, who is the England director of cricket.