Dunnikier Cricket Club

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TOPClub Active Award

Posted by Dunnikier Cricket Club on September 4, 2010 at 5:28 AM

Dunnikier Gain TOPClub Active Award


Dunnikier Cricket Club were recently awarded Cricket Scotland's Level 1 (Active) TOPClub Award which supports the club in becoming fit and ready to work with children and young people.


The award is presented to clubs who have commitment to moving the club forward in terms of junior cricket development. In the first instance this includes creating a Juniors Committee and the creation and implementation of a Development Plan.


This is all part of the Clubs long term strategy of attracting young people (and older players also) to the club and the sport of cricket in general.  Part of this work included Dunnikier Cricket Club running sessions as part of Active Fife's Schools Programme.


As well as the TOPClub Award we are also working towards gaining approved club status from Fife Council, recognising the club as a preferred choice for juniors.


For further information about junior cricket at Dunnikier Cricket Club please contact our Junior Convenor.



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Reply Cheezy
1:04 PM on September 7, 2010 
Good question Ian. We need to be provided with a decent picture version from Cricket Scotland first, one that potentially carries the 'active' branding. The one above is some dodgy version I found. As soon as we chase that up and get an image we'll get it displayed prominently...

I have set up a web-section about Juniors on our site, though waiting on comments and contributions from other committee members to get the content built up properly.
Reply Ian McIntyre
12:06 PM on September 7, 2010 
cant we get the logo prominent on thiswebsite - gotta show you mean business :) !!
Reply UMPS
11:03 AM on September 6, 2010 
Well done to all concerned and in particular David Greentree.