UK Club of the Year 1991

Royal Mail 'UK Club of the Year'
As the Cricket Club fought for its very existence during the early 1990's, the pheonix 
from the ashes
was beginning to rise. Teachers and twin brothers Dave and Mike Knight
were putting plans together
to build a successful club of the future.
The Junior Coaching Initiative was the prototype of its kind and regarded
very favourably,
by powers in high places.


Firstly, the Project won £1 000 and was awarded the title of Royal Mail, Welsh 'Club of the Year'.
Having won the Regional Award, the project was judged, along with the Irish, Scottish and English
Regional winners. The project was awarded the title 'UK Club of the Year', and a visit to Lords to receive
a cheque for £3 000 was one of the highlights of the Club's illustrious history.
Welsh 'Club of the Year Award

Invitation To The Official Presentation at Cardiff Castle

Photo Shoot at Cardiff Castle

UK 'Club of the Year'

The Official Presentation at Lords

England's Chief Selector, Ted Dexter Presents The Awards

The Middlesex v West Indies Scorecard at Lords

Visitors To Our Sponsored Box - Trevor Brooking

More Visitors To Our Sponsored Box - Brian Johnston (Johnners)

Instigators of the Project, Dave and Mike Knight

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