Cricket
Kingfishers ready to start net sessions

By Liam Moakes Thursday 17 January 2013 Updated: 23/01 11:49

REDDITCH Cricket Club begin preparations for their 2013 campaign with the start of winter net sessions on Sunday.

Under the leadership of new skipper Perry Derrick, the Kingfishers will be looking to improve on a mixed and inconsistent season in 2012.

Nets will run for ten weeks and will take place at Bromsgrove School, situated on the Worcester Road.

The sessions will begin at 6pm and last for two hours and all current Redditch cricketers are encouraged to come along as well as any new potential players.

If you need more information regarding net sessions please contact club secretary Gary Roberson on 07827 410154.

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