Outdoor Training will begin on the 16th of April at Fawley Cricket Club.
These sessions will run from 6pm to 7:30pm and all age groups train at the same time.
Please feel free to get in contact if you would like to join our training sessions.
Fawley Cricket Academy is delighted to confirm that it's All Stars Cricket sessions will take place on Sunday Mornings from the 13th of May.
In order to book your place on the programme please following this link https://ecb.clubspark.uk/AllStars/Course/62f0b674-54d8-4fb8-8ef6-a2ba8fcba4e4
All starting from the 9th of January. Pre season training detail are as follows:
New Forest Academy, Monday evenings
Under 9s (and below) 6 to 7pm
Under 11s (years 5&6) 7 to 8pm
Noadswood School, Friday Evening
Under 13s (years 7&8) 6:30 to 7:30pm
Under 16s & 19s (13 and older) 7:30 to 8:30pm
All sessions are £2.50 each. No sessions during half term week. New players of any age are welcome for more details please message.
Fawley Cricket Academy is pleased to confirm that Autumn training sessions have now begun at Noadswood School in their Sports Hall. Offering young players the opportunity to continue their development throughout the Autumn is an important part of the Academy's vision.
All training takes place on a Monday evening right through to the 18th of December. Sessions are either £2 per child per session or £25 for all 15 sessions. Training times are as follows:
All Stars (5-8), Under 9s, Under 11s (years 6 and below) from 6pm to 7pm
Under 13s, 15s, 17s and 19s (years 7 and up) from 7pm to 8pm.
If you would like more information please do not hesitate to contact John Church on either 07717 773741 or email email@example.com
Future Cricket Stars make Cup Final
Fawley Cricket Academy are celebrating a fantastic season that was capped by the under 16s team staring in the New Forest Cup final. The team, which was mainly made up of players younger than the under 16 age limit, were beaten by Sway but still put on a good show. Their route to the final saw them knock out clubs such as Totton and Eling, Bashley (Rydal) and Hyde.
This summer Fawley Cricket Academy offered the opportunity to play cricket to boys and girls ages anywhere between 4 and 19. The youngest were involved in the All Star Cricket, an ECB national programme, which gave youngsters aged 4-8 the chance to train to become future super stars. These players led into the under 9s team, the youngest competitive team in the academy, which this year finished a respectable 6th in a ten team league and reaching a cup quarter final.
The under 11s team, which mainly consisted of players who had moved up from under 9s the year before hand, finished in a very good 3rd place. Moving onto the under 13s where consistency was the biggest issue they had a strong league season finishing in 4th, in a league that was beset by withdrawals. Both the under 11s and 13s have a mix of players who have been with the academy for a number of years and new players, so the results in the leagues is a testament to the hard work they have put in during training.
Finally the under 16s finished second from bottom in the league, this mainly being down to players being unavailable due to laying representative cricket on the same day. It has been great to see so many on the under 13s step up and play for the under 16s this season. The final team, who at the time of writing still have games to play, is the under 19s team. They too have been beset by sides unable to raise teams and weather.
Fawley Cricket Academy will continue to offer cricket to youngsters of all ages and abilities going into the autumn, which training sessions right through the autumn at Noadswood School. Anyone interested in joining can either contact Academy director John Church on 07717 773741, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Head Coach Andrew Woods on 07572 097208, email email@example.com for mor information.
A last ball lose for the U19s T20 side this evening against New Milton. Great to see how far these players have come and the attacking nature they have in the game. Still areas to work on and but despite losing Lloyd Coxall, Kieran Coxall, Ali Bryers, Bailey Parratt, Rylee Bambridge, Riley Tona, (Dan) Louise Newcomb, Tom Hoare, Max Bowen, Zac Bowen, Dan Taylor and man of the match Ryan Aitken can hold their heads high.
An excellent game of cricket this evening saw our U16 team beat Bashley by 1 run to reach the cup final. Batting first we scored 126/6. Both Max and Bailey retired out for 40 each. The Bashley openers then got them off to a good start but a great catch by Dan and the retirement of the other opener slowed them down. All the lads stuck at it really well and an excellent run out by Matt was vital. With 6 needed to win up stepped Bailey and he restricted them to just 4 and the boys won by 1 run! Well done to Manager Jo and the team.
The final is at Langley Manor on the 30th July with a 5-30pm start.
Excellent all round team display by the U 16 s this evening in the cup. They beat Langley Manor by 30 odd runs. Well done to Jo and all the team on reaching the semi-final where they will face Bashley at home.