Small Town

A small town may consist of a small number of primary schools feeding to one secondary school linked to one local club. Settle Cricket Club and Goole Town Cricket Club use the following example.

There are 6 primary schools which feed to one secondary

There is a Catchment area of a further 7 village primary schools

The YCDO carries out primary and secondary school visits

The YCDO arranges primary and secondary school INSET Courses

A Primary school Kwik Cricket Festival is held on club grounds

Junior Members of the Club(s) carry out Kwik Cricket Demonstrations at Headingley

The YCDO links with PE Advisor, Local Authority  Sports Development Officer (SDO) and TOP’s Support Officer and Club

A Primary “After School” Club is formed

The Primaries use the secondary school facilities (indoor)

Schools link players to the Club(s)

Schools use the club pitch for some matches (the club has a Non Turf Pitch)

The Club runs Sunday morning fun sessions

The Club ground is used for summer practice and coaching

The Club uses a local leisure centre for indoor coaching during the winter months (Goole CC)

Club personnel and parents attend coach education courses

The Club has 3 qualified coaches including one Staff Coach (Goole CC)

7 club players attend ECB Introductory Course followed by a Level 1 Course (Settle CC)

The Overseas professional is utilised on school visits programme

The Local SDO and Club run a summer holiday multi-sport day on site

The Club runs a YCCC “Enjoy Cricket“ Centre