Winter Crickets

Cricket lovers gather at QYSA fields to pursue their passion through the cold, hard months ahead.

  • Nov. 13, 2012 10:00 a.m.

A couple cricket players outside in the more traditional season for cricket.

A sport of green fields, white attire and the kindly sun, Canadian winters can put a kink in cricket, but the club here in Quesnel is sidestepping old man winter’s heavy white jacket by bringing their game indoors.

This weekend, the cricket club will be inside at the QYSA facilities keeping the edge on their game on November 18th, 3 p.m.

The club will hold practices three times a month, except in Nov. which will have two practices, through the winter, ending in early April.

Bik Bhangu, the club manager, would love to see members of the community come join them

For more information call Bik Bhangu at 250-992-3262 or Kiran Puri at 250-992-7929.

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