Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th August 2018 9:00am
Rearranged after being rained-off in July
In association with the Buckinghamshire Cricket Board, Haddenham Cricket Club will be hosting a Women's Softball Cricket Tournament on Friday 31st August, from 5pm until sunset, on Woodways Recreation Ground.
Why not get along and have a go? It's great fun and a game for absolutely everybody, no matter your skill level, fitness or age.
The idea is to get women and girls to have a go at cricket in a fun environment. The games will be played with a plastic bat and ball on small pitches, so it should be high scoring!
It's free to enter and there will be a warm welcome (as always at Haddenham) as well as a free T-shirt, and of course food and drink will be available.
Why not get a team together — friends, work colleagues, mums and daughters — and come along and have a go?
Alternatively, you can sign up on your own and the organisers will find a team for you.
No experience necessary!
It's free to enter and free prosecco will also be on offer!
More information available online here.
And you can book your place here.
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