The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Henry Dobson: August 2020
Tattenhall Cricket Club will be holding Fun sessions for all primary school aged boys and girls at Tattenhall sports club with Henry Dobson and other qualified cricket coaches.
This will take place EVERY Monday starting today August 10th- 14th September.
Under 9's (up to year 4 ) 5-6 pm
Under 11's (years 5-6) 6-7pm
In accordance with our ECB Clubmark Accreditation, all players must fill out and bring the contact/registration form provided.
All coaches are suitably qualified and DBS checked.
The aim of these sessions will be to learn the game in a Fun, child friendly and safe environment.
Due to Covid 19 there will been no games this year against an opposition. However, this will be a great time for new starters to learn the game for a smoother ride next year if they wish to carry on.
This year each session will cost £3 on entry.
Please bring a drink and your own cricket bat if you have one.
Henry Dobson (coach) 007825730032
Parent volunteers are needed.
Kelly Williams( child welfare officer) — 07779036622
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
It is with a heavy heart and with huge regret that Salon Vie Hairdressing announces the closure of the Tattenhall Salon.Implementing the 'Covid-19 protocols' during the current pandemic has simply proved too much of an overhead for the layout of the historic Olympus House building.This is due, in part, to the Salon being a shared building with communal areas.We will now only operate...
We have all been enjoying this early autumn sun, however the sun is getting lower in the sky, but is still quite strong. But maybe remember those games played with magnifying glasses- setting fire to things, well there have been a number of fires reported in the local press recently caused by just this problem The combination of the low sun shining through windows onto magnifying makeup mirrors...
Tattenhall CC's 1st XI made the short journey to league leaders, Kingsley Cricket Club, for the final game of the season. Kingsley needed a victory to clinch the title, won the toss and asked Tattenhall to bat.Without Sadler, Cooke and Fearnall , the Tattenhall batting struggled against an accurate Kingsley attack and slumped to 60 for 6. Remaining firm throughout was skipper, Sandford, ...