NEWS: Howzat? didi cricket classes are being launched in January

Two excited children help a didi cricket coach put up cricket stumps in a hall

didi cricket classes are being launched in January with a whole new set of skills available for your child to learn in a fun and relaxed environment.

Following the success of didi rugby over the past 18 months, cricket classes will be lovingly taught against a backdrop of similar goals and values.

The first didi cricket classes are being launched at Stoke Orchard Community Centre, Gloucestershire on 26 January and will be run by an already popular figure in the area, coach Keith Smith.

Fun, games and activities will have a cricket theme for children aged from 18 months to 6 years and involve bats, balls and stumps that are especially made for playing with kids.

Get your kids active, improve their hand/eye coordination, social skills and self confidence in a friendly environment with fully qualified coaches. Held in a great indoor location with a cafe and shop.

If you would like to find out more information or book your child in for a FREE taster session at the Stoke Orchard launch, contact head coach

Contact for national information on didi cricket.

Watch out for more didi cricket venues popping up during 2020 and with limited space available at new sessions, if you would like to secure your child’s place at a class in your area, please email us to register your interest.

Find a didi rugby class in Cheltenham

About didi Rugby Cheltenham

Contact – Keith Smith – 07846 597813

Keith Smith – didi rugby Cheltenham

Keith has a long and proud rugby-playing career behind him with appearances for Gloucester, Lydney, Cinderford and Cheltenham Saracens.

Before setting up didi rugby Cheltenham, Keith was a senior coach with didi rugby Gloucester in Highnam. His experience here inspired him to spread the values of didi rugby to the Cheltenham area and set up his own franchise.

Daughter Ellie will help Keith with coaching duties. The talented teenager is heading to Hartpury College to study athletics.

Keith enjoyed a career in the police force before moving onto to sporting challenges.

A few words from Keith

“I have already seen at my Highnam class, the positive influence that didi rugby can have on children,”

“It shows what can be done by getting children active and involved in sport.

“I am a firm believer in kids being active and getting them off their consoles and computers and getting them outside their houses to have fun and play sport. Hopefully, we can get plenty of children involved in the Cheltenham area.”