Club’s fine festival

PUBLISHED: 16:37 10 August 2007 | UPDATED: 22:58 28 May 2010

Youngsters enjoyed the opportunity to play cricket and have fun at March Cricket Club’s annual festival

Youngsters enjoyed the opportunity to play cricket and have fun at March Cricket Club’s annual festival

MORE than 100 children perfected their skills at March Cricket Club s annual cricket festival last week. The three-day festival attracted 120 children aged between nine and 14 years old who were given expert training by the club s coaching staff. At the e

MORE than 100 children perfected their skills at March Cricket Club's annual cricket festival last week.

The three-day festival attracted 120 children aged between nine and 14 years old who were given expert training by the club's coaching staff.

At the end of the event, the youngsters taking part were presented with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society T-shirts, medals and certificates. Trophies were also awarded to reward the outstanding performances of the event.

The festival was sponsored by Bob Terry and Skylark Garden Centre and draw prizes were donated by local businesses.

March Cricket Club chairman Les Mills said: "Our coach Bill Adamson arranged the event and his organisation skills and enthusiasm ensured the festival was successful. I would like to thank all the sponsors and everyone who helped during the three days to ensure the children had a great time.


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