We are looking for new players to join us at a very exciting time for Alveley C.C. - For more information, please contact one of our representatives as listed below. Or click here to download our flyerThe Club has a very busy cricket programme where we field 7 League sides in different age groups, in addition to our midweek and friendly fixtures on Sundays. Alveley is justifiably proud of the way that it encourages its youth members to play in adult cricket. We hold indoor nets from February to April and outdoor nets from April to September. We are always on the lookout for good cricketers to strengthen our teams.
Senior Contacts: Club Captain - Chris Parkes - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Mobile: 07973 212116 - 2nd Team Captain - Richard Twigg - Email: email@example.com - Mobile: 07894 461299
Adult Nets - Every Thursday nights 6-8pm, new players very welcome.
Junior Cricket Putting the life back into our community, we are committed to our juniors and have long-term grass roots plan to deliver opportunity's for all. During 2015 we delivered junior coaching, holiday camps, school coaching, county tournaments with over 70 children becoming junior members. In 2016 we will have mixed junior sides playing from Under 8's through to under 17's.
Junior training nights take place on Friday nights, 6.15pm - 7.30pm. Starts in April. For more information speak to Kate Carr (Junior Manager) on 07712 897434 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alveley Cricket Club believe that Youth cricket plays an integral part in ensuring the clubs future. A strong youth section is good for the cricket club, the community and helping the youngsters to develop their cricket and social skills. From its early years Alveley Cricket Club has invested in its young cricketers. The club provides opportunities for young people between the ages of 4 and 17 to receive coaching. Coaching is by qualified coaches. The club has been awarded Sport England's Clubmark, which is awarded to by the ECB to club's who are able to demonstrate that it meets the ECB's criteria as to it's playing programme; child protection; sports equity and ethics and club management.
Equipment is provided by the club, although certain items will need to be provided by the youth member or their parents. If a member wishes to use any of their own equipment, they may do so. Alveley's coaching has produced many players who have gone on to represent the club in the adult version of the game, represent Shropshire at youth and senior level as well as playing first class cricket.