In 2015 Plumtree CC will celebrate its bicentennial. Many players have graced the club over the years and enjoyed its successes. However, the reality is that less people are participating in cricket both locally and nationally. This is something we are keen to change. We are proud at the club of the opportunity that is given to players of all abilities. With a proposed new second ground next to the existing PCG, we are building for the future generations. It is important that the bicentennial helps focus the direction we are heading and shapes the future of the club. We want more young players playing and enjoying cricket. We want to provide the best facilities for disabled cricketers. The refurbishment of the pavilion already allows better facilities for disabled players and spectators. Exciting times, but everything comes at a cost. On December 13th 2014, Steve Daft, Dave Sumner, Patrick Shortt and Tony Westbrook will climb Mount Kilimanjaro to kickstart the fundraising. 8 days at high altitude will test them physically and mentally. This is a challenge for them as individuals, but hopefully the team ethic and support of family and friends will bring success on the summit on 19th December. We have also promised our love ones that Christmas will be organised and sorted before we go! Thank you for reading our fundraising page. No amount of sponsorship is too little. We want to see as many people as possible enjoy cricket at Plumtree.
Well Done Steve, a great achievement.
A great effort for a great cause! Good luck to you all, have a great trip and come back to Plumtree safely! Ali Hall
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