Cricket camp proves a big hit

PUBLISHED: 12:33 16 August 2007 | UPDATED: 21:46 29 May 2010

Young cricketers with Ronnie Irani

Young cricketers with Ronnie Irani

Dunmow Cricket Club held their annual summer cricket camp this week for children aged 7-14, with every child completing a variety of tasks, covering every aspect of cricket. These ranged from a batting and bowling clinic to an excellent SAQ fitness sessi

Dunmow Cricket Club held their annual summer cricket camp this week for children aged 7-14, with every child completing a variety of tasks, covering every aspect of cricket.

These ranged from a batting and bowling clinic to an excellent SAQ fitness session, all carried out by a team of fully qualified ECB coaches.

The course was rounded off perfectly with a guest appearance by recently retired Essex legend Ronnie Irani, who presented all 55 participants with a certificate of attendance and a signed photograph.

A presentation was also made to Rob Sellens who was the Jack Petchey foundation award winner for June 2007


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