Seaton open indoor nets
PUBLISHED: 09:00 13 February 2008 | UPDATED: 21:30 15 June 2010
Andrew Caddick, the England and Somerset fast bowler, recently opened the Seaton CC indoor coaching facility.
Andrew Caddick, the England and Somerset fast bowler, recently opened the Seaton CC indoor coaching facility which is installed in the Leisure East Devon (LED) Sports Hall at Colyton Grammar School.Seaton Club chairman, Chris Gamwell said: "Seaton CC has had a rough time of it in recent seasons, results wise, for a variety of reasons and we need to rebuild the club by investing time in youth cricket coaching. The club has spent £11,000 on coach education, youth equipment and creating this indoor net facility and we are very grateful to the Tony Coles Charitable Trust, the Free Foresters Cricket Club and Dean and Dyball Construction for their generous grants towards the cost of the project and to both the Colyton Grammar School and Leisure East Devon for the community use of the sports hall."Richard Gould, Chief Executive Officer at Somerset County Cricket Club and a Trustee of the Tony Coles Charitable Trust, said: "It is very important that clubs invest time and money in youth cricket and I congratulate the Seaton Club on this important initiative."Pictured are Andrew Caddick and Richard Gould, Councillor Andrew Moulding on behalf of Leisure East Devon, Chris Gamwell Chairman of Seaton CC, Darren Rogers Secretary of Seaton CC, Seaton's youth coaches Mike Wheeler and Ben Morgan, and the colts with their parents.
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