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By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd April 2017 12:00pm
Haddenham Cricket Club officials are thrilled with the support shown by village businesses for their junior section.
While London based creative real estate consultancy SUSD continues their support for the fourth year, four local businesses have generously donated to the club to sponsor individual age groups.
Executive Lettings and Radical Edge Photography are furnishing the Under15 and Under13 squads respectively with new shirts, while J White Builders and The Cottage Bakery will have their logos proudly displayed on the shirts of the Under11 and Under9 players. The club is very grateful for their support.
Over 70 children turned out for the first training session last Wednesday evening, when happily the sun shone on the playing fields of Haddenham. Chilterns Sports were there too with samples of the new range of clubwear which is proving popular with the kids.
Haddenham CC are optimistic of building on the success of last season, which again saw one of their junior bowlers win a league award. Following on from Jeremy Kiely's U13 Bowling award in 2015, Ben Pulic was presented with the Aylesbury League's 2016 award for U11 Bowling.
This year also sees the first season of the new Academy team, which will give junior players the opportunity to play open-age (senior) cricket at the weekend.
These are exciting times for the club. New members, whatever their age, interested in joining the club should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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