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CREWE & STOKE YBC ACHIEVE CLUBMARK IN FOUR MONTHS

 

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 Richard with councillor Flude and YBC  Neil receiving clubmark  Neil receiving ball from councillor Flude

On Saturday 24 April, Crewe and Stoke YBC were presented with the coveted Sport England Clubmark national sports club standard for sporting clubs by Cheshire East’s Acting Sports Development Officer Andy Molyneux. Andy, deputising for Darren Howe, Cheshire East Club Development Officer praised Crewe & Stoke YBC on their achievement and for the work they were doing in local schools.

 Richard Howison-Johnstone NAYBC Clubmark Coordinator who attended the celebration remarked “There is no I in team and it was clear that for the Crewe and Stoke YBC to achieve   Clubmark in such an efficient manner it was not just the work of the YBC leaders, Julie and Neil Coe but a whole club effort involving the Club Coaches, the Cheshire East Club Mark Co-ordinator and most of all the Junior Bowlers and their parents at the YBC”.

 To Mark the occasion, on behalf of the NAYBC the Mayor of Crewe, Councillor Dorothy Flude presented Neil Coe with a 12lb bowling ball to be used to help a junior bowler at the YBC.  Councillor Flude said “Crewe are proud to have such an excellent sports club represent our town around the Country in competitions and she wished the club members every success for the future”.

 Club Leaders are meeting with Crewe and Nantwich Schools Sports Partnership and the Council Competitions Manager next week to arrange Schools Tenpin Bowling Tournaments and organise a schools 10 week coaching course funded by Sport England.

 YBC coach Neil Coe said “our work towards achieving Clubmark accreditation took us into seven local high schools delivering a taste of tenpin. We want to build on those foundations and attract other young people to our great sport. In addition we are working with the Cheshire East Sports Department on how we can provide disabled sport opportunities in Tenpin Bowling.

 

 
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