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As the new season rolls into view, Audlem's cricketers will test out their creaky joints at the club's winter net practice, which will be held in Brine Leas School's gymnasium on Tuesday nights between 8pm and 9.30pm, starting on 7th March. The sessions will run for seven weeks, ending on Tuesday 18th April.

Any prospective members, including juniors, or anyone wanting to either keep fit or sharpen up their cricket ability, no matter how limited it may be, will be welcome. The cost is just £2 per night.

If you are interested, either turn up on a Tuesday night at Brine Leas.


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