Junior Cricket In Chelford
Over the past couple of years Chelford CC has been providing Saturday morning coaching for junior members of all ages thanks to senior members and volunteers who have taken the time to participate in coaching courses and then run the sessions.
We are happy that these sessions have now formed the foundations for us to build on and from this year we will be looking to develop the Junior/Youth set up at the club. The committee fully understand the importance of a thriving youth set up and its ability to help the club meet its long term goals and targets.
So from this season Chelford CC will have its own Junior committee, this committee will be headed up by chairman Tony Skewes and will work alongside the senior committee to make sure that the junior section gets all the support and focus it needs to reach the targets set. This season the juniors will start playing competitive cricket in the south Cheshire under 15's league, however this is only the start. All age groups will be welcomed at the training sessions as over coming years we want to grow the participating age groups from U9 to U15.
To help with the development of the junior players Chelford CC have put in place a new head coach, we would all like to welcome ECB qualified Ben Hayes to Chelford CC. Ben's skills and dedication will surely help this setup improve over the coming months and years.
Junior coaching will take place at Chelford CC on a Tuesday night starting 8th April from 6pm-8pm. Tuesday 8th April will also be the junior registration night. For further details please contact Tony Skewes on 07928 524439 or go to http://www.chelfordcc.com/.
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