West Wittering CC receive boost from Lord's Taverners and the Woodger Trust
Representatives of both the Lord’s Taverners and The Woodger Trust visited West Wittering CC (WWCC) at their Natwest Cricket Force event this weekend (27 March), to see how their recent donations have been used to help the development of the cricket club.
West Wittering CC used funding from the Lord’s Taverners to purchase new training equipment, including a roll on net (pictured), which will go a long way to ensuring future stars of the club get every chance to fulfil their potential.
Neil Holloway, chairman of the West Sussex Lord’s Taverners, said: "The Lord’s Taverners believes that sport and recreation are essential for all young people. We are delighted to support West Wittering Cricket Club in helping them develop the skills of their youngsters”.
Chairman of West Wittering Cricket Club, Shaun Standing commented: “It is with the continued support of our supporters and sponsors that we are able to drive the club forward and achieve what we have in recent years.”
West Wittering CC are looking forward to the 2015 season, with their two league sides striving for promotion once again and the exciting addition of their Academy side on a Sunday. The juniors section continues to grow each year, with now up to 80 youngsters training on a Friday evening at the Millennium Meadow.
*In the photo left to right: Richard Shrubb (Chairman, Woodger Trust), Shaun Standing (WWCC Chairman), Neil Holloway (Chairman, West Sussex Lord's Taverners).
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