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2017 Competition Winners

2017 Competition Winners JUNIOR CLUB CRICKET U11 Alan Rowe Trophy ..................................................................................... St Cross Symondians CC U13 Hindley Cup....................................................................................................... Totton and Eling CC U15 Justice Cup...................................................................................... Hook and Newnham Basics CC U17 Kerry Cup.........................................................................................Hook and Newnham Basics CC NatWest U19T20.................................................................................................................... Fair Oak CC U11 Girls Club Championship.......................................................................... St Cross Symondians CC U13 Girls Club Championship.......................................................................... St Cross Symondians CC U16 Girls Club Championship.......................................................................... St Cross Symondians CC SCHOOLS CRICKET Disability Table Cricket, Lord Taverners......................................................Hollywater School, Bordon Disability Kwik Cricket (Primary)............................................................Norman Gate School, Andover Disability Kwik Cricket (Secondary)....................................................Dove House School, Basingstoke Disability Kwik Cricket (All Ages).......................................... Shared between all participating schools U13 Lady Taverners......................................................................... Lord Wandsworth College, Odiham U15 Lady Taverners..............................................................................Eggars Secondary School, Alton U15 Girls T20 (Colin Ingleby-Mckenzie Cup).......................................... Priestlands School, Lymington Year 7 Mixed Indoor Competition.......................................................The Costello School, Basingstoke U13 Girls Chance to Compete ..................................................... The Island Free School, Isle of Wight U15 Girls Chance to Compete...................................................................Alderwood School, Aldershot U13 Mixed Chance to Compete............................................John Hanson Community School, Andover U15 Mixed Chance to Compete............................................John Hanson Community School, Andover U13 State Schools Years 7 & 8.......................................................... Yateley Secondary School, Yateley U13 State Schools Years 7 & 8 (Plate).................................................Eggars Secondary School, Alton U15 State Schools Years 9 & 10............................................................. Priestlands School, Lymington U15 State Schools Years 9 & 10 (Plate).............................Springfield Community School, Portsmouth Girls Kwik Cricket.............................................................................Hordle Primary School, Lymington Year 6 Mixed Kwik Cricket..................................................... Oakley C of E Junior School, Basingstoke Year 5 Kwik Cricket................................................................Abbotswood Junior School, Southampton 14

OUTCOME: Improve the standard of players graduating to the Hampshire Cricket Academy or girl’s equivalent Transition of the Performance Pathway In 2015, following a comprehensive review of the Hampshire performance pathway (district and county age group representative cricket), the management of the boys programme was handed over to Hampshire Cricket Ltd, (the girl’s county age group programme followed in 2016 as planned). Previously each stage of the pathway was managed by 3 different organisations – district associations, HCB and Hampshire Cricket Ltd. This made making changes and improvements virtually impossible due to varying capability and challenges in each district and at a county level. The financial model was also not sustainable and needed to change regardless of any alterations to coaching and management arrangements. Notwithstanding the various challenges and issues that are associated with such changes, the main benefits to the transition have been: • One organisation in control of the entire pathway, providing smoother transition for players between levels • More opportunities for talented players to access Hampshire Cricket’s professional coaching staff • Releases HCB and District resources to focus on developing opportunities in schools and clubs The girl’s district programme was taken on by HCB instead of Hampshire Cricket Ltd. However, the long term plan is to transition this programme to Hampshire Cricket ltd at the appropriate time. 15

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