Warwickshire Cricket Board is launching a new summer holiday coaching programme for children this coming Monday, 20 July.

In-keeping with the return of recreational cricket and following the strict guidelines provided by the England & Wales Cricket Board and the Government, courses for children aged eight to 14 are being staged in alternating weeks at Moseley Ashfield’s Britannic Ground and the Edgbaston Community Sports Ground.

Both venues will offer softball and hardball cricket and will be run by Warwickshire Cricket Board coaches, who have been delivering one-to-one coaching sessions for the last few weeks at Kings Heath CC and Leamington CC.

Children aged 10-14 who regularly take part in the Chance to Shine street cricket programmes can also get involved in additional courses in Ward End and Sparkhill.

“We know that it’s been a frustrating time for cricketers of all levels, but we’re delighted to now be back and to be able to offer our regular holiday cricket camps to young cricketers of all abilities.

Ed McCabe, General Manager of the Warwickshire Cricket Board

“We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that we have the best safety processes in place. However, that certainly won’t get in the way of allowing the children to have as much fun as possible, enjoying the game in the great outdoors.”

Warwickshire Cricket Board’s one-to-one coaching sessions will continue over July and August at Kings Health CC and Leamington CC, whilst it is also running its Development Centre coaching for players close to county age group selection.

The Warwickshire Cricket Board developing a winter programme of indoor leagues and coaching, which will operate subject to the latest ECB and Government guidelines.

For booking and information please see the below links and contacts…