NatWest/Sportsmatch CricketForce 2005/6 - FUNdamentals programme

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The clubs identified to participate in the NatWest/Sportsmatch CricketForce 2005/6 programme for new FUNdamentals junior sections for six- to nine-year-olds are:

Read the NatWest/Sportsmatch CricketForce 2005/6 - FUNdamentals programme - Interim Report – October 2005

Dorset
Blandford, Broadstone, Weymouth, Wimborne, Parley
Durham
Brandon, Barnard Castle, Willington
Derbyshire
Denby, Elvaston, Lullington Park, Sawley and Long Eaton Park, Ticknall, Wirksworth
Lancashire
Read, Fleetwood, Leyland & Farrington, Haydock, Greenfield
Cheshire

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Upton, Middlewich, Oulton Park, Poynton, Congleton
Warwickshire
Sutton Coldfield, Griff & Coton, Harborne
Berkshire
Purley, Hurst, Theale & Tilehurst, Royal Ascot
Worcestershire
Halesowen, Pedmore, Bromsgrove, Stourbridge, Swindon
Cornwall
Bude, St Austell, St Just, Truro
Kent
Addington Village, Leeds and Broomfield, Bexley, Sandwich Town, Sibton Park, Upchurch
Essex
Belhus, South Loughton, Upminster, Benfleet, Gidea Park & Romford

The total number of clubs involved is 51 - equating to more 1,000 new children introduced to club cricket as a result of the NatWest/Sportsmatch CricketForce 2005/6 programme.

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