GCC Academy’s New Lord’s Taverners Kit

On Sunday, the GCC Academy were delighted to receive a new set of cricket kits thanks to the generosity of The Lord’s Taverners.  Adrienne & Ian Jacobs of The Lord’s Taverners kindly gave up their Sunday afternoon to present the new kit to the U13 and U16 Academy squad.

Alfie Gammer-Flitcroft, Owyn Tong-Jones, Alex McGee, Adrienne Jacobs, Max McGee

L-R: Alfie Gammer-Flitcroft, Owyn Tong-Jones, Alex McGee, Adrienne Jacobs, Max McGee, Ed Gilbert-Blay, Jamie May & Sam May

The Kit will be used by the whole squad in their training as they prepare for the season ahead and competition in the Oxfordshire County Cricket Gauntlett Goblet Tournament for the U13’s.  the U16’s will also compete in the 2nd GCC Ei8hts Tournament to be held by the club during the summer.

The Lord’s Taverners provide cricket kit bags for communities, schools and club teams, this in addition to the charity work they carry out to “enhance the prospects of disadvantaged and disabled young people using cricket and other forms of sport and recreation to engage with them”.

The GCC Academy encourages and supports cricket for age groups U10, U13 and U16.  Regular training sessions will be held on the Gardiner Ground, between April 30th and July 2nd on Tuesday Evenings

For more information, please contact Derek McGee on 07725 584 880.  You can follow the GCC Academy on twitter – http://www.twitter.com/GCCAcademy

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