Seniors - Tuesday nights 6pm - started from this week
Under 10/11 - Wednesday weekly 6pm from 15 April
Under 13 - Monday weekly 6pm from 13 April
Under 15/17 - Thursday weekly 6pm from 16 April
Under 9 - Fridays 6pm from Friday 8th May (£30 for 8 weeks)
Coventry & North Warwickshire are members of the following cricketing leagues/bodies
Birmingham & District Premier League - first XI in Division 2 and Second XI in 2nd team Division 1
Warwickshire Cricket League - 3rd Team
Warwickshire Sunday League - Sunday Team
Warwickshire Cricket Board - junior age-group teams from under 9 to under 17
Interested in joining the club?
We are looking for new players for our youth and senior sides. So whether you are aged 9 or 53 and interested in playing cricket, give Dave Robinson our Cricket Manager a call on 07824 611914 or email him on email@example.com
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The ECB Clubmark and community cricket clubs play a central role in all of these programmes and Clubmark will provide the standards that clubs involved in these programmes will aspire to.
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