Cricket FOR GIRLS RESIDENTIAL camp
with lydia greenway
4-night cricket camp for 11-17 year old girls at Charterhouse School, Surrey
Join us for a special camp for one week only at Charterhouse School. Designed for girls aged 11-17 who play hard-ball cricket, players will learn from one of England’s most capped players, Lydia Greenway, along with a team of female coaches.
- 21 hours of cricket coaching, workshops and match play per week
- Full-board accommodation at Charterhouse School
- Three meals a day including an evening snack
- Nike t-shirt and training top
- Report card to take home
- Excursion to watch pro women's match at Guildford CC
- 24/7 player support staff on-site
The programme is designed to challenge and inspire young players, building their technical, tactical, physical and mental skills in training sessions and workshops with the Cricket for Girls coaching team alongside masterclasses from former England professionals Lydia Greenway and Beth Morgan. Players will experience life like a professional as they build robust and consistent techniques in bowling, batting and fielding as well as developing their tactical awareness, mental toughness and understanding of strength and conditioning. Each player leaves with a report card to take home.
ABOUT LYDIA GREENWAY
Lydia Greenway is a former England cricketer who has represented her country in 225 games across all formats. She was part of the team that won two World Cups and five Ashes Series. Lydia has been England’s Player of the Year and shortlisted for ICC World Player of the Year. She now runs Cricket For Girls, providing positive cricket coaching experiences for young players.
LYDIA GREENWAY CAREER HIGHLIGHTS REEL
charterhouse School, Surrey
Level: Hard-ball players. Girls only
Bedrooms: Single or shared
Pitches: 9 cricket squares
Plus: Tartan athletics track, indoor swimming pool and a golf course.
All girls watch Surrey Stars vs Loughborough Lightning at Guildford CC on Thursday afternoon.
12 - 16 August 2019