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This section contains the latest news and features related to Facilities & Investment and Club programmes - including NatWest CricketForce

Register now for NWCF 2011

Register now for NWCF 2011

NatWest CricketForce sees volunteers of all ages coming together to support their local cricket club. You can sign up now for next year's event.

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Cayton get new all-weather facility

Cayton get new all-weather facility

A new all-weather facility has been opened at Cayton CC in Scarborough.

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Berkshire buys into CricketForce

Berkshire buys into CricketForce

Cricket clubs in Berkshire bought into the spirit of NatWest CricketForce as vital improvements to facilities were carried out over the key weekend.

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Makeover for Ross-on-Wye

Makeover for Ross-on-Wye

Volunteers both young and old turned up to Ross-on-Wye's Natwest CricketForce event and their invaluable hard work, good humour and generosity of spirit made for a fab weekend for the club.

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Clubs join forces

Clubs join forces

Ashbourne Cricket Club and Clifton Cricket Club joined forces recently to be Derbyshire’s showcase clubs for NatWest CricketForce.

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Rainham ready for step up

Rainham ready for step up

Rainham CC have made the most of their NatWest CricketForce weekend to spruce up their facilities ahead of their first season in Division Five of the Mid-Essex Cricket League.

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Chairman chips in at Cirencester

Chairman chips in at Cirencester

ECB Chairman Giles Clarke dropped in at Cirencester to help out with their NatWest CricketForce projects.

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Out with the old, in with the new

Out with the old, in with the new

Old Crossleyans Cricket Club took part in NatWest CricketForce, joining more than 1,600 clubs across the nation who gave their ground a makeover ahead of the new season.

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Bears get busy at Griff and Coton

Bears get busy at Griff and Coton

Warwickshire's players helped out at Griff and Coton Cricket Club - one of a record number who registered for this year's NatWest CricketForce.

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Out in force in Surrey

Out in force in Surrey

NatWest CricketForce came to Surrey with two clubs - Chipstead Coulsdon & Walcountians and Stretham & Marlborough - getting involved in the volunteer event. Photos by Sarah Francis.

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