Twelve cricketers at the Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have been selected to represent Wales this summer.
Sixth Form student Harry continued his impressive start to the season with his inclusion in a two-day training match with Glamorgan this week. He played with all the senior professionals at Glamorgan under the eye of the professional county’s head coach, Matthew Maynard.
Harry, an opening batsman, has been working hard under the guidance of Monmouth School for Boys’ Director of Sport, Andy Jones, and cricket coach, Steve James. He has also been picked for the Wales boys Under-18s squads alongside fellow Monmouth students Sam, Ed and Joe, while Hugo Caldicott is in the Development squad.
Spin-bowling all-rounder Sophia has been selected for Wales girls’ Under-15s and Lotte for the under-13s. Henry and Will have been picked for Wales boys Under-15s, with Zac, Roahn and Noah in the under-14s squad.
It has been an uncertain summer for cricket but the sport is resuming after lockdown. For the first time, as part of a new England and Wales Cricket Board County Partnership Agreement, Glamorgan is running and managing the summer Wales age group programme. The programme is operating as a section of Glamorgan's expanded pathway, while Cricket Wales will manage and run the regional and winter training programmes.
Andy Jones, Director of Sport at Monmouth School for Boys, said: “The new pathway partnership is an exciting opportunity for our pupils at Monmouth. Under the eye of Glamorgan and Cricket Wales, it will give them the best opportunity to optimise their potential and make Wales and Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools proud."