Our client Tennis Wales has teamed up with Sytner Mini to provide more opportunities for young players to get interested in tennis.
A series of three-hour events, organised and run by Tennis Wales, are being held in September in clubs around Wales. They will be aimed at players, born on or after April 1st 2006, who may not have participated in competitions before, such as those unrated or those rated Red 3 or Red 4.
The Wales U12 boys cricket team has won the prestigious Taunton Festival, scoring victories over Yorkshire, Somerset and Cornwall on their way to the title.
“This is a fantastic achievement and was reward for the effort and hard work that the boys had put in throughout the season,” said team coach Mike Knight. “The win over Yorkshire was undoubtedly the team’s best performance of the year.”
Cricket Wales U17s boys have reached the semi-finals of two national England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) competitions.
In the 50-over one-day ECB Cup, they recorded victories in all their matches against Gloucestershire, Devon, Hampshire and Somerset, and progress to the semi-finals against Essex, at Ebbw Vale CC on Sunday 24 August.
Outstanding batting, bowling, wicketkeeping and fielding have been recognised in the latest LV= Player of the Month awards, made by our client, Cricket Wales.
Glamorgan player Will Owen, himself a product of the Cricket Wales development programme, made the presentations to players who have excelled in Wales teams.
Weltch Media-supported racing driver Ben Power lies second in the National Legends Cars championship after a successful, if rain-soaked, weekend which saw him set the fastest lap at Rockingham circuit in Leicestershire.
Our client, the New York-based ethical toy brand, Dr Bashi™ is now branching out with a new educational venture. Persian Story Time is a partnership between Dr. Bashi™ and Book Culture, a free program for the advancement of Persian literacy, language and heritage.
Our client Cricket Wales has appointed a specialist researcher in a unique new role to provide vital insights which could help shape the future of the sport.
Estyn Jones has joined Cricket Wales as insight and innovation officer, and is working to discover why some players quit the sport and what can be done to address the issue.
A thriving South Wales cricket club has unveiled new nets at the ground it has used since it was founded more than a century ago.
Glamorgan CCC’s John Glover, who learned the game in the Gwent Junior League, playing for nearby Panteg, officially opened the nets at Malpas Cricket Club, Newport, during a junior training session.