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13 Jun

YCF hold successful pop-up cricket sessions in Bradford

During May half-term the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation held pop-up cricket sessions across four days in Bradford in partnership with the Bradford Bulls Foundation.

The sessions were aimed at getting children who were off school active and were delivered by a team of coaches including YCF community coach Shannon, who is currently on a university placement with the Bulls.

A total of 65 children took part in the sessions, the youngest of which being just four years of age and the oldest being 12.

They were also from a diverse range of backgrounds, with children from foster care backgrounds and the Pakistani, Hindu and Muslim communities in attendance.

11 of the children also received a free bat and ball courtesy of the YCF for attending three of the four sessions.

We will be hosting further pop-up sessions in Leeds across June and July, with sessions at both Armley Park and Alexandra Park. To find out more see the below poster for all of the details.

For more information on the YCF’s Participation project work across Yorkshire, contact our Participation manager via email:


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