Cricketers are in the nets
BIGGLESWADE Town s cricketers are getting back into the swing of things. The Beds Premier League runners-up have arranged a series of net sessions. They will be at Bedford School for five weeks from Tuesday (March 21) at 8-9pm. The club invites all cricke
BIGGLESWADE Town's cricketers are getting back into the swing of things.
The Beds Premier League runners-up have arranged a series of net sessions.
They will be at Bedford School for five weeks from Tuesday (March 21) at 8-9pm.
The club invites all cricketers - young or old, current members, lapsed cricketers and other local players - to go along.
Sessions will cost £3 each.
Further information is available on www.biggleswadetowncc.co.uk or by calling Matt Twigg on 01767 691860.
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Junior coaching sessions have been arranged at Biggleswade Recreation Centre starting this Sunday (March 19) until Sunday, April 30 (2-3.30pm).
The coaching is aimed at children aged nine to 12 (Years Four to Seven at school).
Places are limited, so anyone interested in becoming the next Freddie Flintoff should call colts co-ordinator Gary Waghorn on 07891 262344.