SOS Kit Aid


King's College in Taunton has generously made a second donation of cricket kit to LV= SOS Kit Aid, the Charity that collects and redistributes surplus and second hand cricket and rugby kit to disadvantaged children both in the UK and abroad.

After receiving the kit from the Taunton private school Ross Young, regional director for the South West, said: "We so appreciate this gift which will help and encourage children in poorer countries to develop and flourish through sport and thank all the boys at King's College for their continued help and support."

Phil Lewis, Director of cricket at King's College, added: "We are delighted to be able to donate some of our cricket equipment to this wonderful charity. Cricket is an integral part of our school and we are always looking for ways to reach out to the community and help other schools and clubs who aren’t as fortunate as we are. There is always the hope that the equipment will help develop another star of the future but more importantly that it will allow more youngsters to get involved in this fantastic game!”

To find out more about the charity and how any school, club or individual please check out the website or email us.

Pictured below is South West Regional Director Ross Young receiving kit from King's College 1st XI cricket captain James Regan and Director of cricket at King's College, Phil Lewis.

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