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Somerset County ladies cricketer, Sophie Luff, joined students at Haygrove School for a day of girls-only cricket training and was delighted to see how enthusiastic the Haygrove girls were about the sport.
With drills and games that allowed the girls to test their batting and bowling skills, Sophie was able to impart some top tips and wisdom about the game learnt from her highly successful career playing for Somerset County, the women’s Twenty20 team Western Storm and now with Welsh Fire Ladies in the newly founded The Hundred competition.
Sophie, who is the Women’s and Girls Performance Head Coach at the Somerset Cricket Board as well as a Community Coach delivering cricket in schools and clubs said, “I spend a lot of time working with young women, encouraging them to consider playing cricket, and the Haygrove students were great to work with; fully engaged and keen to get involved and everyone seemed to really enjoy the training sessions.”
Sophie’s visit followed that of ex-Haygrove student and fellow Somerset Women’s Cricket player Tilly Bond who recently paid her old school a visit to spend time working with some students on their cricket skills.