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Trials set for 'new era' of women's cricket

All welcome to try out on 1 November

A new era for cricket on the Island is upon us.

There's been a surge in the number of girls and women taking up the sport; enough so, that the U15s development squad is set to be split.

It'll be turned into an U13's side and a senior side, with aims of the senior squad being transformed into the Isle of Man's first ever national women's team.

Trials for the new teams are being held on 1 November at the NSC; all are welcome and no previous experience is necessary.  

Sally green from the IOM Cricket Association told Rhian Evans more:

More information on trials can be found here. 

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