Cricket season is close

PUBLISHED: 09:58 23 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:40 06 May 2010

TEAMS are wanted for the Stevenage Evening Cricket League which is due to start at the end of April. Any new teams wishing to enter a side into the league should call Carl Richards on 07831 095864 as soon as possible. All teams will be welcome. * Baldock

TEAMS are wanted for the Stevenage Evening Cricket League which is due to start at the end of April.

Any new teams wishing to enter a side into the league should call Carl Richards on 07831 095864 as soon as possible. All teams will be welcome.

* Baldock CC is holding indoor nets at the Priory School in Hitchin every Thursday.

Juniors net from 7-8pm and then adults from 8-9pm. All are welcome.

Baldock are running six teams in 2006 - two on Saturdays, one Sunday, one midweek and two junior teams.

* Codicote CC now has two sides playing on Saturdays and Sundays.

Anyone looking for a village cricket side to play in, should also call Carl.

Winter nets have started in Hatfield on Sundays (midday-1pm).

* Henlow CC is starting indoor nets for both adults and juniors in March.

Adult sessions will be held at Samuel Whitbread Community College on Friday nights from March 3 (7-9pm) and will continue for six weeks.

Juniors meet at the same venue and time from Monday, March 6, also for six weeks.

If you are interested, please call club captain Matt Chudley on 07903 499068 or Stefan Baltruschat (colts) on 01462 815089.

* The under-15 side of Weston CC are looking for players who are interested in playing league cricket this season.

Youth nets are starting soon in Hitchin. Colts teams at other age groups are available.

Please call Carl on the number above.


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