Cricket: Howzat for a Boost to Cricket? COMMUNITY SPORT New Coaching Role Will Help Juniors throughout Lancashire

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Cricket: Howzat for a Boost to Cricket? COMMUNITY SPORT New Coaching Role Will Help Juniors throughout Lancashire


Byline: BY PAUL EDWARDS Daily Post Correspondent

THE growth of cricketing excellence in Liverpool will receive a fresh boost in the new year when the Lancashire Cricket Board appoints the borough's first ever full-time community cricket development coach.

The new post, which carries a salary of pounds 17,000, is currently being advertised by the LCB and is being financed by the board's pounds 150,000 sponsorship deal with Barclays Wealth.

Lancashire president Lord Steinberg was instrumental in securing this financial help for the LCB and he explained the rationale behind the move.

"Youngsters need the opportunity to play sport irrespective of cost, where they live and facilities," he said. "Building on the already solid foundations that the Lancashire Cricket Board has put in place, this deal will ensure that most youngsters can access cricket in all boroughs throughout Lancashire."

Such sentiments look likely to receive an appreciative hearing in Liverpool's cricketing community where coaching sessions at a number of clubs are already well attended.

The successful applicant for the new post will have a wide-ranging brief but will focus on the coaching of boys and girls in specific areas of the city and will also be charged with developing sustainable links between schools and clubs.

He or she will work closely with the Liverpool Cricket Development Group and will be line managed Merseyside's cricket development manager Paul Bryson.

The Liverpool appointment is only one of a number which the LCB looks to make in the next few months as it seeks to make good use of its new resources, and LCB Director and former Lancashire all-rounder Andrew Hayhurst was understandably appreciative of Barclays' help.

"To receive such support from a well-respected player on the corporate scene is a major step forward for the LCB," he said. …

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