Kids invited to get into cricket
CHILDREN are being invited to step up to the crease and get involved in cricket this summer.
Frampton Cotterell Cricket Club is running the All Stars programme, aimed at introducing five to eight year olds to the sport, and keeping them active and healthy.
Last year, Frampton saw 46 All Stars enjoy a summer term of action and activities.
The programme is suitable for all children new to cricket, with the sessions are designed to teach the basic skills of the game as well as helping to develop any skills they already have.
Children taking part get a named T-Shirt, cricket bat and ball to allow them to practice and play with friends and family.
Alex Macdonald, from the club said: "I can’t wait to coach this year’s group of budding cricketers. Last year was fantastic for all involved, including the parents and guardians, who got the opportunity to watch them develop and even join in some parts of the session.
“We’ve got some improvements for this year and are really looking forward to welcoming the families to FCC for a summer of fun and games.”
To find out more, contact Alex via his email at firstname.lastname@example.org.