Two Glamorgan County Cricket Club players held coaching sessions for some of the young players at Sudbrook CC during a special evening at the club.
The event marked the opening of a new artificial net complex and the club’s Junior School Cricket Tournament.
Cricket clubs across Wales have received a financial boost of £70,000 through the England and Wales Cricket Trust Small Grant Scheme 2015, supported by Waitrose.
Our client Cricket Wales has distributed funds from the scheme to clubs, aiming to improve their long term sustainability and / or to increase the number of games played.
The Wales cricket teams have made a promising start to the new campaign across a range of age groups.
Women in South Wales are being invited to get on court for Tennis Tuesday – part of a drive to encourage more female players.
Tennis Tuesday is part of a Britain-wide Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) initiative being trialled in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan by our client Tennis Wales.
People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to pick up a racket and grab some sunshine as the Great British Tennis Weekend (GBTW) comes to a variety of locations across Wales in the lead up to Wimbledon 2015.
Venues across Wales, including parks and clubs will host Great British Tennis Weekends, an event supported by the Lawn Tennis Association and Tennis Wales. The events are aimed at encouraging men, women and children of all backgrounds to enjoy playing one of the nation’s most loved sports with friends and family, no matter what their ability.
A combination of parent power and the commitment of a community coach has ensured an under-9 cricket team’s season is going ahead after all.
Carmel & District Cricket Club in Flintshire had to withdraw from the North East Wales U9s league after their coach left the area and nobody within the club felt able to take over, leaving the squad of disappointed young players facing the prospect of a summer without cricket.
People involved or interested in the built environment sector in Wales, issues of equality and diversity, or education and training, are being invited to a special conference in Cardiff next month.
The free half-day event, Growing the BEST Sustainable Talent for Wales, is organised by our client, Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST), which is based in the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University, and aims to put Wales at the forefront of sustainability expertise.