Weʼre raising £1,800 to help fund improved training equipment for the Kew CC Juniors
- TW9 3AH
- 16 days to go
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A Recipe for Developing a Junior Cricketer
1 bunch of Children - as varied an age range as you can attract
A healthy sprinkling of coaches and helpers - mix experience with enthusiasm
Whole heap of activities - must include running about, thwacking, hurling and dressing up in all sorts of odd gear.
The Kew CC Junior section have been working on this recipe with great success. As a result, we have grown very quickly with over 150 boys and girls from 5 to 17 years old, and 6 teams :- u9s to u17s.
Last time you helped us raise money towards a second mobile batting cage so that our hardball cricketers could practice in safety. This year we are raising funds towards 2 new bowling machines, battery kits, balls and stumps.
#1 Bowling Machine is the Junior Bola version. Ideal for our u11s to u13s.
#2 Bowling Machine is the Paceman Original S2. Ideal for u9s/10s and those new to hardball cricket.
These machines will give our children a fantastic opportunity to develop their batting skills. An opportunity that is not be possible with coach throw downs or from deliveries by the juniors themselves.
I do hope you will get involved. If you have any questions, you can contact me using the link below.
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Jun 5, 2018
Money raised and donated by Damien Patel from the Damo?LeHunte T20 and his own pocket. Thanks!!
Jun 1, 2018
Keep up the excellent work and thank you
Simon Hall and Ben Hall
Apr 28, 2018
Always great work by the coaches at Kew. Many thanks indeed as always
Apr 27, 2018
Keep up all the good work, the kids really enjoy it.
Apr 11, 2018
Apr 11, 2018
Good luck in raising the amount needed. Simon and Gaby Newbold
Paul and Jane Skinner
Apr 10, 2018