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CRICKET: Grantham’s indoor cricket centre is almost one year old

Grantham’s indoor cricket facility is coming up for its one year anniversary after Christmas.

The Mark Fell Indoor Cricket Centre opened on Dysart Way, off Dysart Road, in January 2015 and is a state of the art indoor cricket facility which is suited for individuals and clubs to use.

The centre offers a range of services and caters for all abilities. The main aim to make everyone’s visit enjoyable and fun.

In addition to people hiring out the lanes, the centre offers a range of children’s holiday camps where they will learn new skills and meet new people. They also offer batting and bowling clinics throughout the year for all standards of cricketers to be able to help improve their skills.

Also available is private coaching here at the centre, with their four coaches who all offer something different. And they are always on the lookout for the next talent within the region.

The indoor cricket nets have a seating area so parents and partners can now sit down and relax whilst the cricketers sharpen up their skills.

The facility also has a shop and offers bat refurbishment.

Testiomonials include that of Grantham CC’s Max Everett who was clearly impressed with the set-up: “As a Grantham Cricket Club member, the Mark Fell Cricket Centre is by far the best indoor cricket centre in Lincolnshire, with modern facilities and excellent coaches teaching from the basics to the more advance technical side of the game.

“The centre offers great help in extra sessions including batting clinics to wicket keeping classes with current and former professional players.”

For more information about the various coaching sessions, visit www.markfellcricketcentre.com or email markfellcricketacademy@gmail.com or call 01476 578394.


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