Tenterden Cricket Club
With games usually held on both Saturdays and Sundays, Tenterden Cricket Club is made up of the colts, students and senior pros participating in weekly friendly fixtures.
Made up of approximately 175 members, the club benefits from a group of qualified and dedicated sports coaches that ensure the provision of weekly training sessions held at the ground.
Tenterden is an important part of the Kent Youth Cricket setup regularly hosting county and district age group fixtures and training sessions as well as the finals of several school competitions – both the Oliver and Miskin cups. In 2007 the club was rewarded “clubmark” status and then identified by the Kent and English cricket boards as a “focus club” for cricket and youth development in the region, an indication of its growing status. These prestigious accreditations require the fulfilling of specific criteria centring around providing well maintained and appropriate facilities, operating under an appropriate infrastructure and governance, providing a child friendly environment and developing partnerships with local clubs and schools.
All are welcome and the club actively encourages the support and participation of the local community and businesses.
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