The Cricket Let’s Play USA (CLPUSA) program launched its school-based Intro coaching sessions in New York this week.

Dyon Ravello – CLPUSA Development Coach, Queens (left) and Tom Evans – ICC Americas Participation Program Manager (right).

CLPUSA Development Coaches worked with elementary students and teachers at PS 62 – Chester Park School in Queens. The free CLPUSA Intro program targets New York elementary and middle schools and develops both student and teacher cricket skills in a fun, engaging environment that encourages fair play and etiquette.

Additional schools in Queens are scheduled to receive visits in the coming weeks and the program hopes to progress to schools in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Long Island before the summer vacation, with further expansion planned for 2014/15 school year.

Any interested boys and girls (aged 6 – 13 years) in New York are encouraged to improve their cricket skills through FREE CLPUSA Coaching and Ten10 community programs that will run for five (5) weeks on Saturday mornings (9:00am – 11am) from May 31st.

To register your child for these complimentary CLPUSA Coaching and Ten10 sessions please email the appropriate Development Coach below:

Queens – Baisley Pond Park South, email: dyon.ravello@cricketletsplayusa.com
Brooklyn – Gateway Park, email: triholder.marshall@cricketletsplayusa.com
Bronx – Van Cortland Park, email: rudy.john@cricketletsplayusa.com
Long Island (Sundays) – Hicksville High School: rudy.john@cricketletsplayusa.com

CLPUSA encourages parents and volunteers from within the New York community to become involved in these junior cricket initiatives.

For more information about the CLPUSA New York please contact:
Tom Evans
ICC Americas – Participation Program Manager
tom.evans@iccamericas.ca

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