Stevenage hold outdoor net sessions

12:11 20 March 2012

Ditchmore Lane to host training on April 10

STEVENAGE Cricket Club’s first outdoor net sessions will be held on Tuesday, April 10 at Ditchmore Lane, with a second session following on two days later on Thursday, April 12.

They will then be held every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the season. These are for players at all levels and will start at 6pm. New players are welcome and should contact club captain Martin Nevill on 07866 093884 or David Carr on 07505 416843 for details.

The club’s flourishing womens and girls section will be enjoying their first formal coaching session on Friday, April 13, at Ditchmore Lane.

The session will be under the guidance of qualified coach and club player Scott Davies and players of all abilities are welcome to attend. Those interested should contact Nicky Reynolds on 07973 621046, in the first instance, for full details.

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