18 November 2016
Berkshire Stags, the Visually Impaired cricket club that represents the Berkshire, Bucks & Oxon region has appointed professional cricket coaching company Future
Legends to work with the club and run its winter and summer coaching.
The Stags were established in 2010 and include male and female blind and visually impaired players. The team plays in the Blind Cricket England and Wales development
league, where it competes with the likes of Kent and Surrey and has played in the British Blind Sport Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Memorial Cup.
The squad are centred around Slough although with a number of players from further afield, Maidenhead has been selected as the training centre for 2017, with
community club Pinkneys Green Cricket Club generously donating training facilities for the summer. Home games will once again be played at Binfield CC.
Don Reed, Chairman of the club said “The Stags plays a very important part in the lives of our players – it is not just about cricket but the camaraderie and
social engagement is very important for people who are visually impaired. We’re excited about working with Future Legends and look forward to a very successful and productive
For further information contact Jeanette Stacey, Secretary, Berkshire Stags VI CC (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nigel Bruce on 01628 302014 or email@example.com