Congratulations to all the girls who participate in our Coalpit Heath Cricket Teams but in particular our very own Lucy (U18) & Lilly (U15) who have both been selected for their respective Girls County Teams.
The Girl’s Performance Programme covers the age groups of under 11, under 13, under 15 and under 18, and has been set up to allow players with the potential to play county cricket in the future, access to high quality coaching and matches.
Superb effort, well done girls 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Congratulations to 3 boys from our Youth teams who have been selected for their relative Gloucester Cricket Foundation Zonal age group teams.
U10 Noah H
U11 Jude L
The performance programme will support 144 players aged between U10 and U13 with dedicate coaching programmes to help improve their skills.
Well done boys 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Fantastic turn out for the Coalpit Heath Cricket Club Youth End of season celebration.
First up, the class of 2023 u9 team.
Some serious talent here just starting out on their cricketing journey🏏
Well done all on an excellent season 👏🏻👏🏻
Our U11s had a really strong season this year, inc a good run in the trophy, with a core group of players that have been around for what seems like forever, topped up with a good number of awesome new players
Players player: Greg
Coaches player: Henry
Our u13 team put in some fine performances in 2023, with a number of good wins and a few narrow losses – impressive as many played up from the u11s and we also had a number of players new to cricket
Players player: Penny & Harry
Coaches player: Daisy
And finally our 15s who have had an outstanding season, winning their league, making it to the U15s cup final, with the GYCL team also winning the Gloucestershire Performance competition 🙌
Champagne Moment – Louis
Player’s Player – Alfie
Player of the Season – Arthur
Well done to all the youth players who have pulled on a Coalpit Heath shirt this season, you are all amazing.
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Come and celebrate yet another fantastic season at Coalpit Heath Cricket Club.
Food and entertainment are included in the price of the tickets.
See you there!
Well you can only say that the ladies first experience of playing a 100 match was a baptism of fire, but the team were still smiling come the end.
Batting first against visiting team Hawksbury Upton it wasn’t long before the wickets started to be taken and in less than 30 minutes and 31 balls our ladies were all out for 26 runs.
They tried their best to stay in the game but unfortunately Hawksbury Upton soon achieved 26 runs and technically the game was over. However the ladies agreed to carry on for another few overs so that the visiting team could all have a go at batting and some of the Coalpit team could practice their bowling!
Despite the score this was a great introduction for the ladies to a match where almost all the normal rules of cricket apply and where all the team, except Claire, experienced being out! They are even looking to arrange some friendly 100 matches so if your ladies team are interested why not get in touch.