Bat with Shifnal

Shifnal Cricket Club is seeking new players ahead of their spring season. The club runs a variety of teams: Adult (16+), Women’s (13+), Mixed (U15, U13, U11 and U9) Juniors, Girls’ U13 and All Stars (5-8 years).

There’s also a new refresher course for those who haven’t played for a long time but would like to get back into the cricket habit. The women’s indoor league starts in February with two teams competing – all levels are welcome including recent beginners – while outdoor training starts in April. The club are also seeking mathematically-minded people to act as scorers – full training is provided.

If you’d like to find out more, call 01952 462033 or email


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