The cricket starts to become a touch more competitive but the emphasis is still on learning more about the techniques and skills involved in the game, as well as having fun.

League matches are now 20 overs a team but restrictions on batters and bowlers means everyone still gets a fair chance to bat, bowl, field and contribute to their side’s performance.

Summer cricket training for 2014 starts the end of April.

 

[callout link=”mailto:alexrichmond_1@hotmail.com?subject=Website query” linkname=”Email him” button_color=”002d62″]COACH: First-team regular Alex Richmond, himself a product of our junior system, is in charge of the under-11s 0797 9254919[/callout]

 

[callout link=”http://knebworthparkcc.thesportssocial.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/03/U11Afix.pdf” linkname=”U11A fixtures” button_color=”002d62″]For a full list of U11A fixtures you can download, print and stick on the noticeboard or the fridge, click here[/callout]

 

FIXTURES U11A

U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Thursday, May 1StevenagevKnebworth ParkAReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Wednesday, May 7Knebworth ParkvWelwyn GCHReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Wednesday, May 14DatchworthvKnebworth ParkAReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Wednesday, May 21Knebworth ParkvHitchinHReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Wednesday, June 4Knebworth ParkvStevenageHReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Friday, June 13Welwyn GCvKnebworth ParkAReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Sunday, June 15Knebworth ParkvDatchworthHReport
U11 (KPCC1) – Group 3Friday, June 27HitchinvKnebworth ParkAReport

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