Nets underway as season draws closer

Steyning Cricket Club skipper David Kennett. Picture by Kate Shemilt C121036
Steyning Cricket Club skipper David Kennett. Picture by Kate Shemilt C121036

Cricketers across Sussex are padding up in preparation for the 2017 season.

Teams from both Sussex League and West Sussex Invitation League sides are back in the nets looking ahead to the upcoming campaign.

The Sussex League gets underway on Saturday, May 6, while WSICL commence on Saturday, April 29.

Sussex League

Steyning. Captain: David Kennett. Nets: Thursdays from March 2, Steyning Leisure Centre, 7-9pm. Visit www.steyningcricketclub.com

Broadwater. Captain: Nigel Waller. Nets: Thursdays from March 3, Durrington High School, 6-7.30pm. Visit: www.broadwater.play-cricket.com

Goring. Captain: Alex Maynard. Nets: Fridays from February 24, Worthing High School, 7.30-9pm. Visit: www.goringcricketclub.co.uk

Findon. Captain: Bradley Bridson. Nets: Thursdays from February 15, Durrington High School, 8-9.30pm. Visit: www.findoncricketclub.co.uk

Portslade. Captain: Paul Glover. Visit: www.portslade.play-cricket.com

Worthing, Visit: www.worthingcc.com for more information.

West Sussex Invitation League

Littlehampton. Captain: James Askew. Nets: Fridays from February 17, The Littlehampton School, 8-9.30pm. Visit: www.lcandpcc.play-cricket.com

Chippingdale. Captain: Josh Bourne. Nets: End of February, St Andrew’s Sports Hall, 3-5pm. Visit: www.chippingdale.play-cricket.com

Arundel. Visit: www.arundel.play-cricket.com for more information.

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