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November 26, 2020
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What are clubs in lockdown sharing?

With sports clubs now in lockdown again in England, we thought we’d share some examples of recent club content to give others some ideas of their own.

It demonstrates different ways to stay connected and communicate through the club website, email and social media channels.

3 steps easyfundraisingWhitby Town FC gave a seasonal nudge to their supporters about Easyfundraising ahead of Black Friday and Xmas shopping.

York Rugby Club are raising funds with a new book looking back on their history.

Boston United thanked all National Lottery players as one of the 66 National League clubs who are beneficiaries of a new £10m fund to keep the season alive.

Wasps FC shared the news that they have been successful with a Good to Go Award which is accreditation from Visit Britain that they are following all Government and industry Covid-19 guidelines.


It might be something other sports clubs consider in future as a further reassurance for members and visitors.

The cricket season feels like an age away but that hasn’t stopped Bradford Premier League outfit Morley Cricket Club from recruiting an exciting Sri Lankan all-rounder.

Dumfries Cricket Club explained Covid-19 rules in Scotland around future indoor cricket. Clubs will be hoping to get clarity and permission to train indoors but the situation is fluid, with local restrictions.

blog-netball-vitality-natterWoolston Rovers announced a partnership with the Greek Rugby League Association with the aim to develop links, coaching and playing opportunities.

Chester Boughton Hall Cricket Club held their virtual AGM; a chance to get together online, announce captains, fundraising, teamwear and club awards.

Woodley Netball flagged up online interviews (above) with ex-Woodley/England Netball players Fran Williams & Sophie Drakeford-Lewis, as part of the 'Netball Natter' series.

Last but not least is a match report from the world of basketball with Abingdon Eagles whose U12s managed to get a fixture in against Oxford Hoops just before lockdown.

That’s a snapshot of some of the content across clubs on Pitchero. There will also be quizzes, get-to-know player introductions or fitness challenges.

Stay safe, keep in touch with your members and supporters and hopefully we can all return to sport soon!

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