Last Updated: 23/07/2016
The exciting form of the game puts young cricketers together with more experienced seniors who mentor them in the finer points of competitive cricket during a game. The league, which is played in coloured ‘pyjama’ strip and with a pink ball, has proved very competitive and highly popular since its launch in 2013 and North London CC has enjoyed some success over the years.
Stephen Gardiner of North London CC said: “The support from Castles in Crouch End is essential to our youth development programme. Their sponsorship has made it possible for us to compete in a league that has become a main feature of our cricket season and we are indebted to Castles for their continued involvement with the club.”