Youngsters enjoy introductory cricket sessions

PUBLISHED: 14:54 15 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:54 15 March 2017

Bungay Town Cricket Club's indoor cricket nets attracted plenty of young hopefuls. Picture: Stuart Buck.

Bungay Town Cricket Club's indoor cricket nets attracted plenty of young hopefuls. Picture: Stuart Buck.


Saturday saw Bungay Cricket Club host an introductory session to youngsters aged six to 11 years at Bungay Sports Hall.

Head youth coach Olly Flood led the session. Indoor training has started at the sport hall and will transfer outside to Bungay Maltings after Easter. Interested young players wishing to find out more should contact Olly on 07799 433740.

Hales and Loddon Cricket Club has started its indoor training at Hobart High School on Thursday nights. The club is running indoor nets for five to 13-year-olds from 6-7pm until the end of April.

For details contact Pete on 07931 711323 or e-mail: The sessions run up to April 20.

Sessions are from 7-8pm. The club runs teams in Alliance, Norfolk League and at U15, U13 and U11 ages, as well as looking to introduce ECB All Stars for five to eight-year-olds this year.


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