Derbyshire County Cricket Club has strengthened its relationship with Derby-based firm of Housebuilders, Chevin Homes, who have continued their commitment to supporting the development of junior cricket across the county.
The extended partnership will see Chevin Homes, who operate across the East Midlands, continue their prominent front-of-shirt branding on all match kit worn by the Boys Pathway groups, from Under 11s to Under 17s, covering six squads in total.
In addition to supporting opportunities for young cricketers, Chevin Homes become a member of Derbyshire’s successful 1870 Business Club, which is a network for the Club’s Sponsors and Partners to meet and make new contacts, whilst first-class cricket is played in the backdrop.
John Fearnehough, Director of Chevin Homes, said; “Chevin Homes are once again delighted to continue their support of Junior Cricket in Derbyshire through sponsorship of Derbyshire County Cricket Clubs Player Pathway”.
Jimmy Drew, Commercial Manager at Derbyshire County Cricket Club, added; “We’re delighted that Chevin Homes have renewed their association with the Club and we hope their continued support of junior cricket will help develop young cricketers who may go on to play for the county at some stage in the future.”