Northern Universities Student Club-Community Cricketers Elite (NUSC) sponsored by the iconic Hilton Newcastle Gateshead gained a surprise equipment donation from Brambledown towards its Winter Training Programme (WTP 2011) based at the stunning Durham CCC Riverside ground in Chester Le Street.
Brambledown has grown over the past 40 years into one of the Market Leading Civil, Environmental and Development Contractors in the North of England specialising in all aspects of Landscape and Construction with a client base of household names including Sunderland AFC and SAGE.
Based in Brandon Village, the company has always taken to its heart supporting the local community from professional organizations in Durham CCC to local sports clubs such as Brandon Cricket Club and Football Club. Now it has bowled over NUSC by purchasing a new cameras and equipment package to help provide its members with improved analysis during the clubs Winter Training Programme. The system which has already been in operation for two sessions allows the club to provide not only a greater range of footage to the coaches for analysis but critically in a shorter time frame and in an easy transferable files so players can also take away a copy of their work.
John D Holland, Director of Cricket was clearly delighted with the donation adding “NUSC is grateful to Brambledown for this thoughtful donation which assists the club in developing its Winter Training Programme even further. We look forward to this being the start of a long and successful association with another true North East company”.
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