Fenland’s cricket clubs get involved with NatWest’s CricketForce Day

Volunteers helped March Town and Wisbech Town Cricket Clubs prepare for the season ahead during NatW

Volunteers helped March Town and Wisbech Town Cricket Clubs prepare for the season ahead during NatWest's Cricket Force Day on April 1. PHOTO: Ian Carter - Credit: Archant

Cricket clubs all over Fenland benefitted from the hard work of volunteers – and glorious sunshine – last weekend.

Volunteers helped March Town and Wisbech Town Cricket Clubs prepare for the season ahead during NatW

Volunteers helped March Town and Wisbech Town Cricket Clubs prepare for the season ahead during NatWest's Cricket Force Day on April 1. PHOTO: Ian Carter - Credit: Archant

Dozens of cricket fans lent a hand at March Town and Wisbech Town’s bases as part of NatWest’s CricketForce Day on April 1.

Designed to bring clubs and their local communities together, CricketForce Day saw volunteers take on tasks such as painting and cleaning to help prepare their clubs for the start of the cricketing season, which begins this weekend.

March, who secured promotion to the Tucker Gardner Division One last season, take on Long Sutton in a friendly, while Wisbech face Ramsey.

Volunteers helped March Town and Wisbech Town Cricket Clubs prepare for the season ahead during NatW

Volunteers helped March Town and Wisbech Town Cricket Clubs prepare for the season ahead during NatWest's Cricket Force Day on April 1. PHOTO: Ian Carter - Credit: Archant

The two Fenland clubs will reunite in the league in March on June 10, with the reverse tie taking place on August 26.


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