Non-Turf Pitch Installed at Burnage Media & Arts College
Burnage Media Arts College would like to take this opportunity in thanking the Lancashire Cricket Board along with Lord's Taveners and the England & Wales Cricket Board for all their assistance in acquiring their newly installed artificial cricket wicket.
After detailed work and many months of planning the Lord's Taveners gave the go ahead for the wicket to be installed also giving a grant to the college to the amount of £3000.
The presentation of the cheque was made to college on their annual community day, Bobby Denning, Assistant Director / Head of Development for the LCB and Deputy Lord Mayoress of Manchester were on hand to present the cheque to the School Governors and the Head of the College Ian Fenn.
The Head and Governors have already seen results improve with both the Year 7 and Year 11 teams winning their respective competitions. The Non-Turf Pitch will continue to give students the opportunity to play cricket for many years to come.
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