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Beccles Cricket Club juniors itching for action

PUBLISHED: 17:02 26 April 2012 | UPDATED: 13:20 27 April 2012

Beccles Town Cricket Club junior section has started preparations for the 2012 season.

Junior teams will again be competing in the Norfolk Alliance competitions at under-11 to under-15 age groups. Coaching sessions at Beef Meadow Common Lane are on Monday for under-13 and under-15 age groups.

Under-11 sessions take place on Wednesdays, 6-7.45pm.

Kwik cricket sessions for under-8 to under-10s start on Wednesday, May 16.

Beccles has the Sport England clubmark accreditation for coaching youth cricket and all coaches are qualified to a minimum of ECB level one and are CRB checked.

For more information contact Tony Wright on 01502 714728

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