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GRAND CATCH FOR LOCAL CRICKET CLUB


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angleybury Cricket Club is to get help from a local county councillor towards paying for the


refurbishment of its practice nets. County Councillor Chris Hayward


(Chorleywood) has allocated £1,000 to the club from his locality budget as a contribution towards the cost of improving the nets and re- surfacing the practice area for all of its 15 teams. The existing nets are in need of repair and also need to be repositioned to create a proper run-up for players. A total of £10,000 is available to each of the 77


members of Hertfordshire County Council to spend on worthwhile community projects in their area. The club, which was formed in 1950, has 10


junior sides, one girls‘ team, one ladies‘ team and four senior teams from under 9s upwards. Councillor Hayward said: "Cricket is a much-


loved social tradition which I am very happy to support. The local club, which was set up almost 60 years ago, is a great asset to the local community and offers young people lots of


Langleybury Cricket Club has been given a cash boost.


opportunities to get involved in the sport, as well as fielding adult teams. ―Net practice is a regular part of the club‘s


training regime, and there is a clear need for the facilities to be improved in the interests of safety and so that players can continue to train and play to the highest standards.‖ Locality budgets were launched in July 2009,


with funding to be used for worthy social, economic or environmental causes in Hertfordshire. For information on how to apply for funding under the scheme, visit www.hertsdirect.org and type 'locality budgets' into the search box.


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