Annual General Meeting
Friday 27th November, 7.30pm in the Pavilion
Senior club indoor nets.
Indoor nets at Shrewsbury School indoor cricket centre. We have 7 sessions and two lanes each night.
Thursday 18th Feb 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday 25th Feb 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday 3rd March 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday 10th March 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday 17th March 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday 24th March 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday 31st March 2016 8.30 – 9.30pm
£4 a session
Get there around 8.15pm
Directions for Shrewsbury School Cricket Centre
Leave Telford on M54 west towards Shrewsbury, stay on the A5 until you reach the first island, take left turn staying on the A5, at next island take the third exit on B4380 signed for Meole Brace, go straight over a roundabout, & continue to the big meole brace island & this takes you up to traffic lights. 3rd exit stay left on B4380 Roman Road, straight over first island, at next island take the 3rd exit A488 Porthill Road travel a further 500 metres. On the right hand side of the road are the Port Hill gates and the cricket centre is just inside the gates on the left hand side.
Post code for Satellite Navigation is SY3 7BA.
Welcome to Shifnal Cricket Club
Shifnal Cricket Club. Priorslee Road, Shifnal TF11 8HD
Tel. 01952 462033 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Shifnal cricket club is Clubmark accredited
Firmly established in the Birmingham Cricket League, we run four senior teams during weekends, offering cricket to players who are looking for high level club cricket to players looking to join a club from a social point of view.
The club also has a women's section and runs a vibrant junior section for 7 (Year 3) to 16 year olds. Young players are given opportunities to compete and improve their skills with junior matches and training during the summer.
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