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Sky Sports Coach of the Year

Sky Sports Coach of the Year

The man named by Sky Sports as the ‘coach of the year’ has been welcomed to Timsbury Cricket Club. Stuart Kingwell will be the head of youth coaching

Every year Sky and Sky Sports conduct a series of something equivalent to competitions, where people are credited with the work they have done over a period of time, in a certain area. In this case it is Sky Sports who have acknowledged the work that Stuart Kingwell has done in the Bath area.

He has now moved to Timsbury Cricket Club and will fulfil the role of ‘head of youth coaching’. The title ‘Sky Sports Coach of the Year’ is the third in a series of accolades that Kingwell has received – endorsing the fact that the youth of Timsbury Cricket Club is in good hands.

“Timsbury Cricket Club has announced the appointment of Stuart Kingwell as head of youth coaching.

An ECB Level 3 coach, Kingwell has been working in the Bath area for the past ten years and in 2013 received the accolade of Sky Sports Coach of the Year.

He has also been Chance To Shine Regional Coach of the Year and BANES Coach of the Year.

Timsbury chairman Andrew Jeffery, who has taken on the role of youth co-ordinator for this season, said: "We are delighted to welcome Stu on board. He has an excellent CV and I am sure he will maintain the high standards which we have always prided ourselves on in our youth sections.

"One of our lads, Jack Scrivens, has been a member of the Somerset youth squad for several years now and Charlie Hobbs and Will Jeffery have both been selected for the district festival trials at under-13 level."

Indoor net sessions will take place at Writhlington School from 6-7pm on Thursdays, beginning on March 13, for children in Year 5 and upwards. That will be followed by outside training at the school field from April 18 between 6.30pm and 8pm.

Softball cricket for the under-9s will also begin that day under the supervision of Colin Weaver.”

Sky Sports work hard to support the amateur cricket clubs and offer their name to help encourage younger members of society to become involved in the game. Naming coaches as the best in the country is just one way in which they do this, the media exposure that comes with this does the rest.

If you are interested in learning more about Sky Sports and their work in the community, visit www.skysports.com or contact the Sky customer services department using the information listed on this website: www.skyphonenumber.com/

This article was sourced from www.bathchronicle.co.uk

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