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Fraser Reynolds appointed as Cricket Development Officer
Written by Paul Burgess   

Fraser2 The Board of Livingston Cricket Club are pleased to announce the appointment of Fraser Reynolds as the club's first Cricket Development Officer. Fraser's role includes the following responsibilities:

- Develop cricket in Primary and Secondary schools predominantly in the Livingston area
- Develop and deliver exciting, effective and innovative weekly sessions at the club for the junior and adult players
- Develop and deliver holiday programmes at the club
- Identify and train suitable candidates to fill coaching requirements at the club
- Ensure that our junior teams enter all the competitions and festivals that are available
- Play a key role in increasing Livingston Cricket club's membership at youth and adult level


Fraser joins us with experience as a Sport & Wellbeing Co-ordinator at Fife College and a Lead Coach with East Lothian Council. He also has highly relevant voluntary experience with Cricket Scotland, Scottish Student Sport and Sported amongst other organisations.
In terms of qualifications, Fraser holds a Sports Coaching MSc from Stirling University and an Honours degree in Events Management and Marketing from Queen Margaret University.


Iain Murdoch, Chairman of Livingston Cricket Club welcomed Fraser's appointment as a huge step forward for the club. "I am very proud that Livingston Cricket Club is now being recognised as one of the most progressive Cricket Clubs in Scotland. Our recent success in securing funding from Sport Scotland Direct Club Investment and West Lothian Council Sporting Grants Partnership has allowed us to invest in the role of a Cricket Development Officer to help grow the club further. I am also delighted that we have managed to secure the services of Fraser Reynolds to take on this important role, he has already made a significant impact at the club and in the local schools."


Rumour has it that Fraser is also a batsman playing with a team called Tranent, we may need to work on this aspect!

 

 

 

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