Cricket Club Uniform

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 Please confirm your membership by paying the R1300.00 deposit immediately.

EFT payments can be made directly into the FNB Bank Account, details as follows:

Cheque Account:
Bank: First National Bank
Branch: Sandton
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Account No:
Reference: SUBS+NAME

 

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Or call: 0609000625 for Mans, Ladies, Juniors, Academy.

Your registration will not be considered complete until confirmation of the deposit has been made.

Once your deposit has been received, the cricket club office will contact you to activate your membership.

What is the point of wearing team uniforms?

So many players take their uniforms for granted, but what is the point of wearing team uniforms? Why were they created and why are they considered to be so essential today? Here we will explore the importance of sports uniforms to teams.

Identity
The most fundamental feature of a team uniform, and arguably the primary reason early sports teams adopted them in the first place, is to visually distinguish between competing teams and identify players during the game.

Unity
When you are all wearing the same cap and the same team colors, you truly feel like a part of the group. A uniform fosters discipline team unity, which in turn can keep players motivated to succeed. It also creates solidarity between players, motivating players even further.

Equality
Every member of the team, from the star players to the benchwarmers and coaches, plays an important role in the game. Wearing identical uniforms creates a sense of equality, which is important when you are trying to win as a group. No individual is more important than any other, and that's what teamwork is all about.

For all these reasons and more, our Club team uniforms, colors, and logos are so important.

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