Continue your cricket this winter with Twenty20 Community Cricket
The end of the cricket season does not necessarily mean the end of cricket until next year.
Certainly not with Twenty20 Community Cricket.
We have several ways in which young cricketers can keep involved and active with cricket during the close season.
Primary School Academies (PSA) and Schools Club
Is your child’s school part of our Primary School Academies programme or does it have a school cricket club running with us?
It may be the start of the academic year and autumn term, however Twenty20 Community Cricket will be in many schools in the coming weeks and months – is your school one of them?
Our Primary School Academies are whole year programmes open to pupils in year Key Stage 2 and are run by our CRB/DBS checked Academy coaching team.
The 5 main aims of our PSAs are:-
to produce more and better equipped secondary school cricketers with greater experience of cricket
improve the legacy of cricket at primary state schools
encourage earlier hard ball cricket through local tournaments increase migration to local cricket clubs (all pupils taking part will be introduced to their local cricket club if they are not with one already)
to help more state school children progress into representative level cricket
To find out more about our PSAs and work in schools, click here
Why not ask your school today if they are a Twenty20 Community Cricket Primary School Academy
And if your school is not served by us already, why not ask them to get in touch so we can.
The Twenty20 Community Cricket Academy continues to get bigger and bigger, and is a great way to keep in shape during the winter close season months.
We are also running some 1-2-1s for Academy members at Richard Challoner School in New Malden which you will not want to miss out on. For further details on the Twenty20 Community Cricket Academy, click here
Twenty20 Community Cricket run a number of indoor leagues during the winter months in and around Surrey, including one of junior cricketers.
In addition to our regional mens indoor leagues across Surrey, we have junior indoor leagues at Under 13 and Under 15 level which are made up of teams from local clubs and schools.
Look out for more details of our 2016/17 Indoor League coming soon. For details on results, final standings and stats from the 2015/16 indoor leagues, click here
Twenty20 Community Cricket also offer a series of one-to-one session opportunities for young cricketers to work on specific areas of their game.
Our one-to-one and small group coaching sessions are held at Shrewsbury House School in Surbiton and are available on request
We also run small group sessions for youngsters in school years 4 to 9. There is a maximum of five players in each net, with these sessions running on Saturday mornings from September to Easter.
Details of our Small Group Net Coaching for Autumn 2016 can be found here
Openerz & MidWicketz Cricket Course
Twenty20 Community Cricket are pleased to announce the return of their Openerz & MidWicketz Cricket Courses.for younger children looking to get into cricket.
Back due to popular demand, both courses will be run on Sunday afternoon from 1.00 to 2.00pm, again at Richard Challoner School.
The Openerz course is for boys and girls in school years Reception and Year 1, with MidWicketz for those in schools years 2 and 3
For more details and to book, head here
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