Women & Girls

Women & Girls Cricket in Cheshire

Welcome to the home of Women's and Girls Cricket in Cheshire! Whether you are looking to join a club, need inspiration to help you start a Girls section or just want to take part in one of our fun Softball Festivals, you'll find all the information you need right here.

Jess Lewis Development & Coaching Manager
Jess 07429 164870 manages the W&Gs programme, inc junior leagues and performance pathway.

Kerry Hartnett

Kerry is the W&G Club Development Officer for North, Mid and East Cheshire and leads on girls community initiatives such as girl guides.
07725 173445

'Who’d have thought a 200 mile move and a tag in a Facebook job advert would bring me here?
Cricket has been a game I’ve enjoyed since school, so to be lucky enough to have a full time job, coaching and working with a variety of people in this sport is fantastic. Being able to visit schools and give pupils their first experience of cricket is a great feeling, especially when they leave with a huge smile and tell me cricket is their new favourite!
If you would ever like to chat, contribute ideas or already have a thriving female section at your club please get in touch and I look forward to working in partnership to help grow the women and girls game even further across the county.' Kerry

Joanne Herbertson

Jo is the W&G Club Development Officer for West, South and Macclesfield. Jo also leads on women’s soft ball cricket festivals.
07507 815928

'Work/ play/ volunteering in sport is all I've ever really wanted to do! However, saying that if I have the pleasure of listening or seeing someone show a real passion for anything; I'm drawn in immediately. Working for Cheshire Cricket Board is a privilege because I get to surround myself with passionate people every day. 
For those who already know me, I'm not shy of speaking so if you have any questions please come and have a chat. And for those I will hopefully get to know in the future, I look forward to sharing ideas, learning from each other and moving forward together to continue to support women and girls' sport and see it go from strength to strength.' Jo

Marianne Lea

Marianne is the W&G Club Development Officer for Stockport, Trafford, Tameside and Macclesfield

'Cricket has always been a huge part of my life so I feel very lucky to now call it my job. This role allows me to combine my love of working with young people and cricket. Visiting schools and providing pupils with a positive experience in cricket is the most rewarding aspect for me.

Please feel free to contact me if you need any help or support with the cricket at your club or school.'


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