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The indoor facilities at Pindar Leisure Centre and Bramcote School were used over the Winter and the outdoor nets at North Marine Road are used through the spring and summer. 

Thanks also to all the other ECB Qualified coaches who aid training sessions through the season.

Senior practice and coaching is weekly on Wednesday nights and Juniors on Friday nights, both at North Marine Road.

The Bill Foord Cricket Coaching Scholarship Scheme has been run for almost 20 years. This year there was a new intake of thirteen young players, joining twelve in their second year and seventeen in their third and final year. Both the second and third year groups also included new participants. Older participants who wish to continue their cricket with the Club form part of the junior squads through the spring and summer. Once again many youngsters have also been part of the representative groups at Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Scarborough and District level in various age groups.

The Club again ran an ‘Enjoy Cricket’ course with two four hour sessions. The sessions were aimed at beginners and nineteen participated on the course. As a follow up, a further course was held indoors during the Autumn when there were again nineteen participants.

The Club is grateful to Bill Foord for the funding of the scholarship scheme and to all who assist in any way with coaching.


Adam Lyth

Yorkshire and England's Adam Lyth came via the coaching system at Scarborough Cricket Club

Adam, born in Whitby in September 1987, joined Scarborough as an eleven year old and progressed through junior teams coached by Phil Hart.

He played for Scarborough third team whilst still eleven and the year after he featured for the second XI.

By thirteen he had made his first appearance for the Scarborough First eleven and from then on played regularly.

Adam became part of the Yorkshire Academy as a fifteen year old and went on to play for Yorkshire 2nd XI at sixteen.

His first class debut came against Loughborough UCCE at Headingley Carnegie in 2007 and his Championship debut against Durham in the third match of the 2008 season.

By the end of the 2008 season Adam had established himself as a regular Yorkshire first eleven player scoring a century (132) against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge along the way.

The Yorkshire coaching staff awarded Adam with The Young player of the year award for 2008.

In the 2010 Season Adam scored 1509 runs at an average of 52.03 for Yorkshire and was the first player to a 1000 runs that year in County cricket narrowly missing the achievement by the end of May.