New bowling machine for Wrington

WRINGTON Cricket Club is delighted to announce the recent acquisition of a new state of the art bowling machine.

WRINGTON Cricket Club is delighted to announce the recent acquisition of a new state of the art bowling machine.

It is perfect for helping to develop the batting skills of up and coming Andrew Flintoffs and Kevin Pietersens in the area and is an important addition to the club's facilities which include two practice nets and a new all-weather artificial wicket.

The club operates competitive youth teams at various age groups ranging from Under-11s to Under-17s and can also offer an extremely high level of coaching to aid the development of younger players.

Winter net sessions at the impressive Sidcot School indoor facility start on Sunday, February 21, and run until the end of March, Under-11s to Under-15 age groups from 5-6pm, followed by Under-17s and senior players from 6-7pm. From early April and throughout the summer there will be club outdoor training sessions at the Recreation Ground in Wrington, the club's home base.


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Apart from its active youth section, the club also operates two successful senior teams in the North Somerset Cricket League, and many of the younger players of recent years have now graduated to these sides. We welcome potential players of all ages and abilities, so if you are interested in being a part of the exciting developments at this friendly local club, and especially if you have a child or young relative who is keen to play cricket, please contact the captains for further information on what the club can offer.

Contact Marshall Clements Junior, first team captain on 07854 217723 or Dan McMullen, second team captain on 07947 192029.

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