Bromsgrove Cricket Club
Fifty50 Club Winners
August: Greg Johnson £100, Alan Rowan £20, David Thurbon £10
July: Carolyn Ellis £100, Mike Clements £20, Barry Hope £10
Bromsgrove Cricket Club is an official Sky Bar thanks to ECB support.
The Club's Annual Dinner & Awards evening will take place on Saturday 7th November and we are returning to the Grafton Manor Hotel. Details are being finalised and will be shared soon. Look out for your invite....
As another season draws to a close, the Club would like to thank everyone involved in our continued success for their support.
This extends to all players and officials as well as the ground teams, catering team and bar team. We would also like to extend a vote of thanks to the increasing ranks of supporters that enjoy watching the cricket and having a few drinks on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
On the junior side of things we again thank all of the players for their commitment to coaching and matches as well as all of the parents for their continued support in getting the children to and from matches and practice on time.
Yet again we had an excellent 20 strong coaching and administration team which allows us to maintain our 8/1 coaching ratio target and has also enabled us this year to introduce 1-1 coaching during the normal Friday evening coaching sessions.
We are pleased to confirm that our U13 8-a-side team won their division of the pairs competition and that our U10 team won the Premier league this year - an outstanding achievement from both teams.
St. Godwalds Road | Aston Fields | Bromsgrove B60 3BW
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Cricket clubs can play a key role in the successful delivery of Building Partnerships – cricket's strategic plan for 2006-2009 - by supporting the delivery and implementation of the following programmes:
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