England star Kate Cross was on hand to help the launch of Tots cricket sessions at Burnley Cricket Club on Tuesday.
The launch was well attended at MyProtein Turf Moor, with Cross on duty fresh from her eight-wicket haul at the weekend for Heywood in the Central Lancashire League against Unsworth.
She recently became the first woman to play in the Central Lancashire League in its 123-year history.
The Lancashire Women medium pacer was supported at Burnley by Jennifer Laycock from Old Trafford.
In total, there were 16 children participating in fundamental skills – catching, throwing, batting and running – for three-six-year-olds.
The first session was free, and cost £2 per week there after. Sessions are on Tuesdays from 5-30-6-15 p.m. with snack and drink included.
For further information, call 07983125190 or like the Facebook page Tots Cricket Burnley.
• Lowerhouse Cricket Club have applied for funding through AVIVA to assist with the refurbishment of certain areas of the club house.
The application has been accepted, however the club have to secure votes against the project so are looking for as many people as possible to vote for the project.
The funding available from the fund of £10k will make a huge difference to continuing training youngsters, and to vote, individuals have to register on lowerhousecc.com/aviva-community-fund-help-us/ and register all votes to Lowerhouse project.