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Chester Chasers Girls Cricket Summer Updates

Chester Chasers Girls Cricket Summer Updates

By Jo Herbertson
21 July 2019
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Chester Chasers Girls Cricket July/August

Hope you’ve had a great weekend so far and excited about the so many of your lucky holidays up and coming over the summer.
Hopefully those who have downloaded the spond App below have found it useful with updated events/ summer camps etc.
If you haven’t tried it yet, please do and if you don’t like it you can always delete it ?
follow link to Spond

We only have 2 training sessions left before our August break.

Up and coming for our girls at CBHCC:

Tuesday 23rd July 6- 7 pm normal training

Friday 26th July 6 – 8.30 pm Women’s Prosecco softball cricket festival

Sunday 28th July – Potential match vs Oakmere ? TBC

Monday – Friday 29th to 2nd August CBHCC Summer Camp No1. (Boys& Girls) £20 per day 9-3 pm– Please let us know if you are planning on attending as I know a few girls would like to know if others are going too?

Tuesday 30th July 6-7 pm Final training session before August break.

Thursday & Friday 8th/9th August 9.30 - 5pm GIRLS ONLY Cheshire Cricket Board Summer Camp £55 for 2 days per player
Cheshire Cricket Board

Monday 12th August – 16th August & Monday 19th -23rd August Procricket Academies (Boys & Girls) (with Brad/ David and Harry who some of you met last Tuesday) £30 per day 9-4 pm 07757553656

SUNDAY 18th August 9 am – 7 pm– Kia Super League match (professional women’s cricket) and CWCL finals day at CBHCC. This is an amazing opportunity and I would like as many of our girls to take part in a guard of honour for the professional female players and a little tournament before the game at 2.30 pm? Tickets to watch the match are available from £1 TICKETS

Then there are other girls only summer camps going on around the county too...

Any questions about up and coming events please don’t hesitate to get in touch and spread the word.

Many thanks,
Jo, Dan, Tin and Suzanne

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