Win expert tuition from former Kent and Middlesex cricketer Jamie Hewitt

PUBLISHED: 16:57 25 May 2010 | UPDATED: 09:37 27 May 2010

Jamie Hewitt gives a youngster some key cricket coaching tips (Picture by Kevin Hyatt)

Jamie Hewitt gives a youngster some key cricket coaching tips (Picture by Kevin Hyatt)

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Here is your chance to win a two-day place on the Jamie Hewitt’s Summer Half-term Cricket Academy at Digswell Park, home of Welwyn Garden City Cricket Club.

DO you want become the next Kevin Pieterson or Charlotte Edwards?

The Welwyn Hatfield Times has teamed up with WGC Cricket Club to offer a two-day place on the Jamie Hewitt’s Summer Half-term Cricket Academy.

With England crowned World Twenty20 champions cricket has received a major boost and you can have the chance to become the next budding Twenty20 cricket star and follow in the footsteps of the top male and female England cricketers.

This week Jamie Hewitt launches his summer half term cricket academy at Welwyn Garden City Cricket Club Club and we have two FREE places up for grabs.

All you need to do is answer the question which is printed on a special coupon in this week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times, post to the stated address, and you are in with a chance of spending two days at the summer half-term cricket academy at Digswell Park, home of WGC Cricket Club.

The camp is the first in a series of cricket coaching courses being run by former Middlesex and Kent cricketer and Hertfordshire Performance Coach Hewitt along with trained and qualified coaches, including Welwyn Garden City’s new Australian player Chris Grant.

All the coaches are ECBCA members and they have been CRB checked as well as attending SPC courses.

The academy will offer structured professional cricket coaching with the emphasis on learning with enjoyment and is open to boys and girls aged five to 15-years-of-age and will run from Monday, May 31 to Friday, June 4 from 10am to 4pm.

The academy will cater for experienced and less experienced cricketers with soft balls and hard balls being used depending on the individuals skills.

To attend the courses children are advised to bring along cricket equipment if they have it and a packed lunch with drinks.

For those not lucky enough to win the competition you can still book places by calling 07786 334110 or 01462 735753.

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, buy this week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times.

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