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StreetChance Young Adults Winter Indoor Cricket League

StreetChance is an inner-city cricket initiative run by the Cricket Foundation (registered charity 1123385), that aims to tackle youth crime and anti-social behaviour by providing positive opportunities for young people. ... Full story

Manchester's Twinny Wins StreetChance Young Adults Competition

StreetChance team Twinny from Manchester lifted the National StreetChance Young Adults Final fending off stiff opposition from other inner city teams. Best bowling award also went to Twinny's bowler Amir. ... Full story

Anfield Win Liverpool StreetChance Tournament

On the 8th April, a local StreetChance tournament was held at Anfield Sports and Community Centre. ... Full story

StreetChance Success in Liverpool

The StreetChance project in the L8 area of Liverpool, Dingle, has been up and running for over a year now and has been a resounding success within the area. ... Full story

Manchester Retain StreetChance Title

Manchester StreetChance team retained their national StreetChance Title and Liverpool make it to the semis. ... Full story

3 StreetChance Awards Winners from Lancashire

StreetChance celebrated their third Annual Achievements Awards at the Home of Cricket on 03 July for an evening of recognition and celebration held at The Mound Stand, Lord’s. ... Full story

Guardianship Scheme

The Cricket Foundation is proud to have recently launched the Guardianship Scheme. ... Full story

Victory for Manchester Lightning

15 StreetChance teams from across 7 cities made their way to the Birmingham NIA for the second national competition of the year on Wednesday (3rd April). ... Full story

Susie Rowe inspires Manchester school girls to play ‘street’ cricket

England Women’s Cricketer, Susie Rowe, visited Levenshulme High School on Wednesday 13th February to raise awareness of a new StreetChance girls’ session in Manchester. ... Full story

StreetChance launched in Liverpool

StreetChance is a programme to engage young people from various backgrounds in areas affected by youth crime and anti-social behaviour through cricket. Paul Edwards went to its recent launch in Liverpool to find out more. ... Full story

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