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After all, it all makes sense

Congratulations and good luck to Stretford’s own Arran Sen who had been selected to join Lancashire’s U13 tour of India starting this week.

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Arran is a talented and very hard working all rounder who combines a fluent wristy batting style with bamboozling flighted leg spin and can often be found in our nets practising (probably all day and night if he could).

Huge congratulations to Arran and we hope you enjoy every minute on such a life changing tour of Mumbai! We are proud to have another skilled, committed, and talented youngster coming through the ranks. Keep up your hard work.

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The Lancs U13 tour is a pilot project aimed at the Club’s future Academy cricketers undertaking annual overseas tours.

A 16-strong squad will travel to Mumbai alongside coaching staff and parents to play five fixtures, as well as take to part in a development programme designed to improve their cricket skills in a challenging environment.

The tour is also designed to aid development as people as they partake in charity work by working with the Dharavi Cricket Academy.

The young Red Rose side will also train with the Global Cricket School, a scheme founded to provide a holistic cricket experience that helps cricketers gain the competitive advantage. The facility aims at providing exposure to the differing conditions and skill sets required to succeed in a different continent.

You can follow Lancashire U13s tour on Twitter account on the handle @LancsCricketACA and by visiting lancashirecricket.co.uk

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