A young cricketer attending the Friday evening Cleethorpes Cricket Club Junior Training Sessions may be selected to join the Cleethorpes Junior Pathway (CJP).
The young player would have shown the potential to develop in the sport, and the Cleethorpes Cricket Club Junior Section would like to ensure that they are able to develop to their fullest potential.
During Friday night training sessions, the CJP players will be trained by the visiting international professional, Bash Walters, our Yorkshire Junior Coach, Joff Sowter, and our England u19 player, Jordan Cook. We would also encourage the players to attend the junior training sessions on Tuesday evenings where designated coaches will provide focused training to the CJP candidates in the areas of fitness, fielding, batting, and bowling.
The CJP has been devised to identify those players that have cricketing skills and will nurture those skills and ensure that the cricketer is taught the proper basics from the earliest age, and that they receive the proper training to develop to their best potential.
Players that show that they have the ability to play hard-ball cricket will be selected for junior teams and will play in league matches.
All CJP players will be assessed by the junior chairman and the international professional, and those that show potential will be forwarded for County trials.
Cleethorpes Cricket Club have many current and past juniors that are or have played for County teams and we hope to continue the trend.
We encourage parents to become involved with the Cleethorpes Cricket Club and welcome any questions or queries.
Please forward any queries to the junior cricket chairman, Jon Davey, or the CJP facilitator, Craig Shrosbree.
Jon Davey – firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Shrosbree – email@example.com
Have a fulfilling cricket season.