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Junior Cricket End of Season Awards

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Junior Cricket Presentation 2015

A super evening at the Flacca on Friday last as Junior Chairman Chris McEwen addressed a full house of junior cricketers and parents to present the traditional end of season awards.

With five teams to administer there was plenty of recognition for the teams at under 9, 11, 13, 15 and 18 level. The u15 side continued their superb form with another victorious season under Mel Dobson.

Nicki Beasley Eades and her team behind the scenes were thanked for their hard work and support throughout the season in support of all junior cricket.

Everyone praised the superb ground and pitch preparation from Brian Jarrard as Tattenhall remains one of the best in the County.

Mike Woollard (CWO) emphasised the need for involvement from all levels within the club whether from a cricket background or not and that the club would be willing to fund training as required. Clubmark status depends on highest standards of Child Welfare and safeguarding as committed to by TCC.

Chris McEwen thanked all for their involvement and looked forward to continued success for the club in 2016.

A fantastic evening, here's to next season!

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