Pinner Cricket Club News story

The Pinner Association joins Pinner Cricket Club as Junior Sponsors.

23 Apr 2023

Pinner Cricket Club are excited to welcome The Pinner Association as sponsors of Junior and Youth cricket. The Pinner Association are continuing their fantastic and unwavering support of sport within Pinner, and as will feature on all Pinner Cricket Club Youth and Junior playing caps for the upcoming 2023 Season.

Julie Waller, chairperson for the Pinner Association, "We are thrilled to be able to support the Pinner Cricket Club in this way. It is important for us to support the development of young talent in our community, and we hope that these caps will inspire the children to continue to love and enjoy the game of cricket."

Desmond Hubert, Pinner CC Colts Manager, added, "This donation from the Pinner Association will make a huge difference to our young players. The caps will not only protect them from the sun but also give them a sense of belonging and pride in representing their club. We are extremely grateful for this generous donation."

Daniel Langan, club captain, also expressed his appreciation, saying, "It is wonderful to see the community coming together to support our club, especially during these difficult times. We encourage all members of the club to consider joining the Pinner Association and becoming a part of this incredible community initiative."

Pinner Cricket Club would like to thank The Pinner Association for their support and hope that this partnership will continue to grow for many years to come.

About The Pinner Association
The Pinner Association is an amenity society founded in 1932.
Their aim is to conserve and enhance the quality of life in Pinner, create a sense of community and together in the area, and is seeking members from all backgrounds, especially people who live or work in Pinner. The association has strong ties in the community, actively supporting a number of sporting clubs, as well as museums, special interest clubs, parks and outdoor spaces and the performing arts. The Villager is the Pinner Association’s 80-page magazine that is published 3 times each year for articles and content all focused on Pinner, and the people here. To find out more about The Pinner Association, The Villager and Membership options, visit