News: Vote for BHCC – Club of the Year

Posted on 5th November 2018

Burgess Hill Cricket Club have the chance to finish the year with another award to go with their League winner’s trophy having learnt that they’ve been shortlisted for ‘Club Of The Year’ in the Active Sussex Awards. The club have worked very hard on and off the field to improve their facilities and to grow their numbers. They provide opportunities for well over 200 young people to learn and play the game through various coaching initiatives at the club and delivery of sessions at local schools. Their efforts have been recognised by Active Sussex who have shortlisted BHCC as one of three clubs to be in the running for the award from an initial list of 260 different sports clubs from across the county! The winners are now decided by a public vote – and this is where you come in! Burgess Hill Cricket Club need as many local people as possible to head on over to the Active Sussex Website and fill out the voting form. It takes just a few seconds and is very simple. You just supply your email address and select Burgess Hill Cricket Club from the list of three options. https://www.activesussex.org/club-of-the-year/

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