Royston head to Great Chishill for Junior One South opener

PUBLISHED: 09:56 05 May 2016 | UPDATED: 09:56 05 May 2016

Martin Leary bowls for Royston

Martin Leary bowls for Royston


As Royston Cricket Club prepare to kick off their 2016 Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Premier League Junior One South season on Saturday, first-team captain Paul Harris believes his side are ready to mount a promotion challenge.

The Crows head to newly promoted Great Chishill, in what promises to be a tough opener.

Harris said: “I still see us as a senior league side and so we’ll be pushing to gain promotion from Junior One, as per last season.”

Royston’s first home game of the season comes a week on Saturday (May 14) against Audley End & Littlebury at Therfield Recreation Ground.

This year Royston will be running three youth sides: U10s, U11s, and an U19 T20 side.

Youth training takes place on Sunday mornings from 10am-12pm and adults’ training on Tuesday nights from 6pm.

For more information on adult cricket contact Paul Harris on 07966 766120 and for youth cricket ring David May on 07801 235814.


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