The European Cricket Network have invited local schools to attend the European Cricket League tournament; the forthcoming international competition being played out between the best club sides across the continent. 30 Nations across Europe will be represented in this 6 week sporting event to be broadcast live throughout the world and hosted in Cartama, Malaga from February 7 2022 with each game lasting around 90 minutes much like a game of football.
The European Cricket Network have invited local schools to attend the Bet2Ball European Cricket League presented by Kiba Inu; the forthcoming international competition being played out between the best clubs across the continent.
30 Nations will be represented across Europe in this 6 week sporting event to be broadcast live throughout the world and hosted in Cartama, Malaga from February 7 2022 with each game lasting around 90 minutes much like a game of football.
The first 5 weeks of the group stages of this T10 tournament are scheduled as follows before going into finals week from March 14th:
❖ Match 1 – 9.00h
❖ Match 2 - 11.00h
❖ Match 3 - 13.00h
❖ Match 4 - 15.00h
❖ Match 5 - 17.00h
Five schools from the Malaga region have committed to attend, each bringing 25-30 children a day so 150 students from each school can take an active part in the whole live sporting experience.
This is an opportunity for children to see first-hand the workings of a live broadcast with cameras and behind the scenes activity throughout the day. It will also allow them to get up close to the players and have photographs taken with the Bet2Ball European Cricket League trophy with an option to act as ball retriever when the action really hots up.
Various elements of the event have been integrated into the schools relating to their designated week. As each group provides 6 club sides with their different countries represented, school projects have been based around their backgrounds to learn more about the cultures and their national flags on the run in to the event.
Students are also working on their own themed banners to express what best represents themselves and their school so they can feature this while being part of the television broadcast going out across 40 countries.
One of the big attractions for the schools is the introduction of all attendees to the basic skills of cricket with various drills and game play coaching sessions laid on each morning via two qualified coaches, including the assistant national team coach for Spain.
It is fully expected that the children will fully immerse themselves into all activities and it is hoped they will all learn plenty about the beautiful game, enough for them to want to return for week 4 of the event with parents during the ‘Semana Blanca’ holiday starting on February 28th, or even for the Junior coaching sessions run each Sunday morning at the ground.
In any case, the children will bring plenty of enthusiasm and energy to the proceedings and we hope they will come along with Parents, friends and families as well. It is expected all the participants will go back having had an action-packed day, full of fun experiences which they will never forget, which is what matters, so come join the Cricket party.
For more on this please contact Jay Wild at firstname.lastname@example.org