Bowled over to sponsor Norfolk Cricket’s High School competitions!

We are delighted to announce that the firm has become title sponsor for all of Norfolk Cricket Board’s High School cricket competitions this year. 

The Norfolk Cricket Board’s High School competitions range from softball competitions for boys at Year 7 & 8 plus hardball competitions for boys up to U15 level, plus popular competitions for girls, both indoor and outdoor, at U13 & U15 level. In addition we are sponsoring the successful Norfolk Schools Cricket League for U11 to U15 age groups. Overall this new sponsorship agreement will help the Norfolk Cricket Board provide competitive cricket in High Schools for nearly 1400 children from over 130 teams across 40 schools.

With competition proven to be a key motivation for young people in secondary schools, we are excited about this opportunity to help promote local junior cricket to as wide an audience as possible.  

The Cricket World Cup and The Ashes are both taking place on home soil this year, so there’s going to be a lot of momentum behind the sport in 2019 - and we hope as many schools as possible will engage with these competitions.

Kieron Tuck, Development Director for the Norfolk Cricket Board said, “This sponsorship deal is absolutely vital in ensuring that we can continue the key work of providing High School Competitions for cricket and as such we’re incredibly grateful to Cozens-Hardy for offering their support to these competitions.”

Tuck added, “Our High School competitions are now very wide ranging as we seek to offer cricket competition to a broader range of children than ever before - as shown by the growth in our girls competitions and the addition of exciting softball competitions for Year 7 & 8 pupils. This sponsorship will ensure we can continue to meet and exceed the expectations of schools and pupils with these competitions, giving players a great experience of the game that we hope they will want to continue at their local clubs.”

To find out more, call us on: 01603 625231