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Poppyland Radio hits boundary at Cromer Cricket Club

To mark their invaluable new strategic partnership, Cromer Cricket Club have installed a Poppyland Radio ad on the clubhouse wall ready for the new 2022 season. Promoting the North Norfolk digital radio station, the ad is in a prime spot for spectators outside the clubhouse and can also be seen from the Overstrand Road.

Cromer Cricket Club committee member Mark Blundell offered the ad spot to Poppyland Radio as part of a reciprocal arrangement. He looks forward to establishing an exciting broadcast presence on Poppyland Radio to help to promote the club and its teams. The station was only launched this year but Mark has great confidence in the impact and reach it offers, and is all set to capitalise on this much-needed new channel to reach new and existing fans and followers of Cromer cricket.

North Norfolk's Premier League club fields a number of teams; two men's, a ladies team and junior sides for U9, U11 and U13 age groups.

Mark has already asked Poppyland Radio to help find a new scorer for the forthcoming season, and would welcome any expressions of interest for this role. Please email to find out more.

Paul Hensby, Manging Director of Poppyland Radio, was delighted to take up the club's offer of an ad board at the ground in Warnes Close, Cromer. "Cromer Cricket Club is located in the very heart of the community. It brings together people of all ages and backgrounds who share a passion for the game. Poppyland Radio is delighted to support community clubs, charities and organisations, and is looking forward to establishing enduring links with Cromer Cricket Club in the forthcoming season."

BREAKING NEWS: Mark will soon be presenting his own show 'The Cromer Cricket Catch-Up' in which he will provide the latest results from Cromer, share some of the highlights from recent matches and chats with players interspersed with his favourite sport-themed music.


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