Howzat For Success For Yarm School Cricketers

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Howzat For Success For Yarm School Cricketers

We’re continuing our sporting success as we celebrate 15 pupils being invited to play representative cricket during the summer 2021 season.

The selected players range from Under 11s right through to Under 17s and are joining either Cleveland Schools Cricket Association or the Durham Cricket Junior League squads.

In a year that has seen many sporting fixtures and opportunities curtailed by Coivd-19, it is fantastic to see so many of our pupils eager to make up for lost time and make the most of the opportunities available to them within school and beyond.

We pride ourselves on developing talented sportspeople across the range of different sports, including rugby, netball, hockey, rowing, and are delighted to operate boys and girls cricket teams from Under 8 level.

Dr Huw Williams, Headmaster, said: “Yarm has a track record of success across many sports, producing strong school teams as well as supporting and developing individuals with the talent and potential to gain representative or club honours.

“This crop of young cricketers will relish the chance to compete with, and against, the best in their age groups and we are delighted to support them in their sporting endeavours.”

Pupils include: Harry Carter, Ayan Thomas, Dhruv Wadehra, Rushil Partha, Sabeeh Qureshi, Jude Crack, Aditya Paul, Harry Staggs Nikhil Ramesh, Anna Page, James Graham, Abhinav Ramisetty, Matthew Maloy, Oliver Mansfield and Saatvik Garg.