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It’s a very busy term for Seaford cricketers of all ages with dozens of matches being played, home and away, every week.

 

 

The cricketing journey at Seaford starts in the Prep School with the younger students learning about the game and practicing their basic bat and ball skills during midweek sessions. And anyone arriving at Seaford on any given Saturday (Senior School & Sixth Form fixtures) or a Wednesday afternoon (Prep School Fixtures) and looking out from the high ground of Mansion House will see games taking place against multiple schools across the whole of the Lavington Park Estate. It’s quite a sight!

 

 

Seaford has invested heavily in the cricketing infrastructure in recent years, with 38 teams taking the field this term, an increase from 14 five years ago. Former England player Chris Adams, Head of Cricket at Seaford, has worked hard with the Sports Department to push both ‘cricket-for-all’ and the Performance Cricket Programme.

 

 

Girls’ cricket has also received a huge boost with the appointment of former Sussex Pathway player Natalie Miller as Head of Girls’ Cricket, and is now reaping the benefits on the field.

In addition, Seaford College was this season named in The Cricketer magazine’s prestigious top 100 senior Schools Guide for the first time ever.

It’s also encouraging to see so many parents and family supporting the cricketers and enjoying the (mostly) fine weather on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ad Alta!

 

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