Muscat: Al Hail School of Cricket will organised full-fledged summer training programme beginning from the second week of May.
This was revealed by Moulabaksh Al Balushi, the founder of Al Hail Cricket Team and the Al Hail School of Cricket, which is situated at Mabellah off the Express Highway.
"There has been a demand from parents to organise training sessions during the summer," said Moulabaksh, whose Al Hail School of Cricket boasting of lush green cricket facilities including nets has been attracting keen interest lately.
The school normally conducts training sessions on weekends, but now are planning to increase the numbers of sessions to all days when the schools are closed for summer vacations.
"Since we have started the school, we have witnessed new registrations (approximately 10 every week) and the response has been encouraging," said Moulabaksh.
"During the summer days we will divide the number of registered budding cricketers into different batches so that every individual receives optimum care and guidance," he added.
Freshers' session on weekends
According to Moulabaksh, the first batch will be training from Sunday to Tuesday and the second batch will train from Monday to Wednesday.
The third batch will train on Tuesday, while the newly registered (fourth batch) will have their sessions on Friday and Saturday.
"The timing of sessions will be between 6pm and 7.30pm and cool refreshments will be provided to beat the heat," he added.