Weʼre raising £5,000 to support our various causes including Animal Welfare, Alzheimer's & Dementia, #HerGameToo, Cricket Kindness & providing kit for new players
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Whakapapa , the need to belong, is at the heart of everything we do at NBCC, and one clear and obvious way this is achieved on the field of play is with a team kit: the sense of belonging and being part of something that it provides plays a huge part in ensuring players feel they are welcome.
Belonging and Kindness are core values of our Cricket Kindness Project as well and we will be promoting this project both on our kit and at our fixtures where we will be providing the opportunity to donate (and buy) unwanted equipment and kit with proceeds going to the project to enable us to provide more opportunities to those wanting to get involved with cricket, both in the UK and around the World.
We are building a supply of kit, both whites and coloured, that can be worn by the girls, boys, woman and men that play for NBCC (although we encourage regular players and members to purchase their own kit) and we would really appreciate donations to enable us to add more kit.
£32.99 will buy a Adult Male or Female Playing Shirt, whilst a Junior Shirt costs £27.49
£29.99 will buy a pair of Adult Male or Female Playing Trousers, whilst a Junior pair costs £24.99
Cricket Balls are around £20 and we use two per game.
You will see the full range of items on our online shop and if you want please feel free to buy items and donate them, or why not treat yourself and help spread the word.
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No Boundaries Cricket Club
NBCC is a registered (14004918) Community Interest Company (a type of company introduced by the United Kingdom government in 2005 under the Companies Act 2004), designed for social enterprises that want to use their profits and assets for the public good.