Glamorgan Cricket is delighted to announce that creative agency Spark has become an ‘Official Supporter of the Glamorgan CCC Pathway’ for the next two seasons.
The partnership will see Spark invest in the Glamorgan Talent Pathway programme to improve performance analysis by providing teams with the ability to live stream their fixtures, Spark is also sponsoring two squad members Andrew Gorvin and Ruaidhri Smith.
Thanks to Spark's commitment, the Club will be able to subsidise kit costs for parents with children on the Talent Pathway.
“We're thrilled to be able to support the development of local sporting talent and to help Glamorgan invest in technology for continuous improvement of The Club.
“We are also proud of helping Glamorgan's aim of reducing the cost to parents of participation,” said Anthony Blades, CFO Spark.
Glamorgan's Huw Warren said: “This is a huge step forward for our Talent Pathway and I would like to thank Anthony and all at Spark for coming on board as its official supporter.
“Not only will the investment improve our performance analysis of the children on the Pathway, but it will also allow parents to watch their children represent Glamorgan on a live stream and make the game more accessible.”
Glamorgan is dedicated to developing the next generation of cricketers in Wales, and the partnership with Spark will accelerate the vision by bringing a new standard of professionalism to the Talent Pathway programme.