SPROWSTON CRICKET CLUB NEWEST SIGNING LAUNCHES THE NEW KIA SORENTO
The Norfolk Motor Group (NMG) was delighted to take stock of Kia's brand new SUV, the Sorento, and what better way to celebrate than with new Sprowston Cricket Club player, Harry Dalton.
As long-standing sponsors of the club, NMG were honoured to have new Australian talent Harry come along to the launch of the Sorento. Harry gamely posed with the team's captain, Rob Purton and NMG Managing Director Grant Long, alongside the new Sorento.
"It's great to have Harry here, when we get to show off the amazing new Sorento," said Grant. 'We're proud sponsors of SCC, so it's nice to give them a sneak peek of our newest vehicle!"
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NMG's Grant Long is joined by Sprowston Cricket captain Rob Purton and new signing Harry Dalton to launch the new Kia Sorento
NMG's Grant Long is joined by Sprowston Cricket captain Rob Purton and new signing Harry Dalton as they visit the showroom to launch the new Kia Sorento
NMG Kia are once again delighted to support local team SCC and their international player Damon Eagan. This will be our 4th season with the club and we are pleased to be able to assist them in some small way as they continue to work with local schools on their coaching programme and hopefully find that next England Super All Rounder. We wish Damon, Captain Sam Hales and the team all the very best for the Season"
Damon is an exciting young Australian from Melbourne and has an excellent pedigree. Aged 18, Damon has played state cricket with Victoria through the youth age groups from under 13 to under 19. He is a current member of the Australian Indigenous national team and has been part of the Victorian high performance academy. Last year he played against the Australia 'A' team and is due to do so again this year when he returns home with the Indigenous national team.
A level one (ECB level 2) coach he is currently studying for level 2 in Australia and has experience of coaching at state, club and school level. This was an important factor in Sprowston's decision to offer Damon the role as he is very keen to add coaching experience in the UK to his CV. He will work closely with the clubs junior section.
SCC Captain Sam Hales (left) and International Damon Eagan alongside the stunning new Kia Sportage