Royston gear up for new cricket season

PREPARATIONS are now under way for the new season at Royston Cricket Club. The club will be holding nets sessions at Royston Leisure Centre on Wednesday evening from 7-8pm. Anybody interested in coming along, or wanting more information can contact the cl

PREPARATIONS are now under way for the new season at Royston Cricket Club.

The club will be holding nets sessions at Royston Leisure Centre on Wednesday evening from 7-8pm.

Anybody interested in coming along, or wanting more information can contact the club through Richard Temple on 01763 247880 or Dave Isherwood at 01763 246065.

Alternatively, you can visit the club's new website for player profiles, club history, cricket news and much more at www.roystoncricketclub.co.uk.


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If you want to see what the Crow sensation is all about then come along to the Royston Leisure Centre for the Royston Sports Fayre on Sunday between 1-2pm, where the club will be putting on a demonstration and talking to anyone interested in the club.

This weekend also sees the club holding its very own "groundforce day" at the Recreation Ground in Therfield.

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Club members will be pitching in and carrying out maintenance and improvements to the facilities so that the ground is in tip top condition for the start of the 07/08 season.

This will be followed up by the Colts Open Day at Therfield on April 28 which gives kids a chance to experience some cricket.

There will be a barbeque, drinks and club kit for sale and various games set up for the colts.

Youngsters in the under-15 category will be divided into teams for a hardball match while there will be a quick cricket game for the younger players as well as a practise net.

The season kicks off on May 5 when Royston host local rivals Foxton at Therfield.

- Royston CC are looking to recruit a qualified coach to work with the youth team on a Sunday morning throughout the season. For further information contact Russell Bacon on 07968 554142.

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