Cricket club open to new members

The Arrowsmith Cricket Club is gearing up for another season and are ready to welcome in some new players.

The Arrowsmith Cricket Club is gearing up for another season of Cricket in Qualicum Beach. Games take place on the weekend

The Arrowsmith Cricket Club is gearing up for another season and are ready to welcome in some new players to their casual, fun environment of club cricket.

Running from May until September, the club will hold practices and games at their home field in Qualicum Beach, behind the Qualicum Beach Community Centre.

Practices take place on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 7 and with all the equipment being supplied, anyone who’s looking to join can come as you are.

Games will also be held on their home turf, with weekend games usually running from noon to 5 p.m.

If there’s anyone interested in more information or joining the Arrowsmith Cricket Club, call Luke at 250-752-3161 for more information.

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