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Date: 17th October 2018

Nominations now sought for January

Once again we are pleased to announce the continuation of the Liverpool Competition Player Development Programme, now in its eleventh year, and seek nominations from Member and Associate Member clubs. The Programme will broadly follow the successful format of previous years, the details of which are as follows:

PROGRAMME AIMED AT Boys and Girls in playing ages in 2019 between U13 and U18 inclusive. (Nominations outside of this age range cannot be considered).

CURRENT ABILITY LEVEL: Playing regularly at club level and aspiring to, or already at, District or Representative Level.

VENUE:  St Bede’s Catholic High School (Sports Centre), St Annes Rd, Ormskirk. L39 4TA

DATES AND TIMES: 10 Consecutive Saturdays from 12 January to 16 March, Two groupings based on age from 1.00 to 3.00 and 3.00 to 5.00. Note that groupings are subject to change according to progress throughout the programme.

DELIVERY: The programme will again be delivered by a combination of experienced ECB Level 3 Coaches and led again by Steve Critchley Lancashire Cricket Age Group Coach and ECB Coach Tutor.

COSTS: The costs of the programme (around £6000) are primarily met out of the fines paid by clubs during the 2018 season. However, to ensure continued commitment throughout the programme, clubs will be levied with a charge of £50 per player. This will be included in the club's pre-season statement.

NOMINATIONS: Each of the 41 Member and Associate Member Clubs is invited to nominate one player to take part by no later than Friday 2 November. Clubs may also nominate a second individual (clearly marked) and these will be considered should any places be available after the closing date.

HOW TO NOMINATE: Email Steve Critchley with the following details: Club, Name, DOB, Primary Skill (bat bowl pace spin wk) Playing Level (club-district-representative) together with a contact email and phone number of the nominated player.

Further information is available from Steve Critchley or


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