ECB All Stars Cricket

All Stars Cricket for five- to eight-year-olds

All Stars Cricket is a brand new initiative from the England and Wales Cricket Board aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket. The programme is delivered across England and Wales at over 1,800 fully accredited All Stars Cricket centres. It is a fun and active way to develop your child’s skills, and

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Bronze medal winners Kenedi Cross (left) and Vada Finniear (right) in action at the 2016 World Acrogymnastics Championships in Putian, China.

Harriers pair clinch world championship medals

A local gymnastics club based at Patchway Sports Centre has had a major success with two of its gymnasts receiving medals at the recent Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships in Putian, China. Harriers Acrobatic Gymnastics is a relatively small club which also trains at Little Stoke Primary School, but its gymnasts Kenedi Cross, aged 15, and Vada Finniear, aged 18, have

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BMX club rides away with Patchway sport award

Bristol BMX Club has scooped the 2012 Patchway Community Club Grassroots Award. Organised by Patchway Sports Association, the competition is a celebration of sport for Patchway, which this year saw nine clubs nominated. The awards evening was hosted by Patchway Sports and Social Club on Sunday 21st October and on the night over 100 people were also treated to a

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Judo club volunteers up for national award

Not only do Patchway Judo Club’s players bring home the medals and trophies, their volunteers do too! Emma Peacock, the club’s treasurer, has made it through to the top four national award for club volunteers and, not to be out done, Alex Bright, 17, has made it through to the top four national award for young volunteer. To see whether

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Judo club celebrates success at area championships

Patchway Judo Club proudly returned from the Western Area Championships, hosted in Devon last month, with five area champions, two silver medallists, five bronze medallists and three 5th places. The 15 players, who all train at the club, were part of a 25-player squad representing the “county” of Bristol (the smallest of the seven “counties” in the South West area),

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