February would not normally be a month to think about cricket, not unless you lived in the southern hemisphere anyway. But Halverstown is a club that, despite being the oldest Irish cricket club outside Dublin, still likes to think ahead! Already it has committed, for a second year, to fielding two league teams in the Cricket Leinster Leagues as well as running its social team, Halverstown Oaks. In preparation for the 2023 season, due to commence late April, Halverstown has booked Naas Sports Centre on the New Caragh Road for 6 training sessions. 

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These will run from 2pm to 4pm on the following Saturdays: February 11th and 25th; March 4th, 11th,18th and 25th. Although primarily designed to get its players ready for the season, non members are welcome too. Indeed at last year’s first ever indoor “nets” sessions several new players came along and later joined the club, playing throughout the season in both league and friendly fixtures.

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For anyone wishing to take part, the cost will be €5 per session or €25 if you pay for all 6 upfront. Last year’s sessions were a lot of fun, combining fitness work with cricketing techniques and some fun games. Just come along in normal gym clothing and footwear. Halverstown would be delighted to see you. For further information contact Stuart Conroy, Honorary Secretary, at 086 1613353.

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