Good News. Thanks to Ryan Truswell's contact with local Junior schools, after a few years in the wilderness junior cricket is set to return to East Leeds.
A team has been admitted to the Leeds league under 11 competition.
Indoor training will start in February for juniors of any age.
Managed by Ryan and helpers, the juniors will receive coaching from ECB level 2 coaches.
When playng commences next year the club will be able to provide full kits and whites.
Family members will be welcome to view coaching sessions.
Any Juniors interested please contact the club in person or e-mail:-
Looking for a venue to hold a Party?
The East Leeds Cricket Club is available for hire, and is a great place for Birthdays, Christenings, Wedding Receptions etc etc.
There is an inside capacity for 130 people and, in good weather, a further 50 on the outside decking. This is a great area for BBQ's.
We have a fully stocked bar and kitchen facilities and can provide a Disco and DJ. Photos of your party can also be provided.
There is a disabled toilet, baby changing facilty and wheel chair access.
In the summer months the enclosed cricket field is ideal for children to use as a playing area.
Worried about drinking and driving? Wheels Private Hire is based in our car park which means a safe journey home.
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Number 6 proved a winner for Colin Burden & Beatties who share the pot of
on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8th.
It's thanks to all those who have supported the Club lottery, the profits from which help to pay for the fireworks.
Looking forward to having a packed Clubhouse on the 8th.
Pie and Peas will be available
If you can, why not put it good effect at the East Leeds Cricket Club.
The Club is looking for a suitable Lady/Gent to provide Cricket Teas during the 2015 cricket season.
This will be for all Saturdays from mid April to mid September with an occasional Sunday.
If you fancy the job please contact either Chairman Dennis or Secretary Wendy who will give you full details.
Cannabis lamps help Warwickshire County Cricket Club's pitch
West Midlands Police gave the lamps free of charge to the club to use at their ground in Edgbaston, Birmingham.
The grow lights will be used to heat up the soil and replicate warmer conditions.
Warwickshire's ground is a venue for international matches, as well as county cricket.
Charlie Dagnall, a Test Match Special commentator and former Warwickshire bowler, said he backed the idea.
"If this is like sticking a greenhouse over the pitch and makes it more lively it can only be a good thing," he said
Admin Footnote: Anyone knowing of a redundant cannabis farm in the area, please notify the groundsman!!!!