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Could I please ask for the help of parents and guardians?

Some children have been seen using the sight screens as a goal and also playing ball games other than cricket in the nets.

These were both expensive items purchased by the club which we do not want to have to have to replace next season.

It would be really helpful if you could please speak to your children about this and it would be great if you could share this plea with your friends so the message can be spread across the village and to those who are not members of the cricket club.

I am sure there is no intent to damage any of the equipment so if we can just pass this message onto our kids and others who love to use the park, then we can make sure we have these items available to use again next cricket season.

Many thanks
Jaqui Langley

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