G Sports a cricket agency with a difference with no charge to the club and a non profit company that gives somthing back to cricket ,We supply free coaching to young children and adults to people who have never had the chance to learn this great game For over 8 years we have been acting agents for some of the worlds best players and many IPL stars . During this time we have established a core of first class cricketers that come to the UK and perform for their respective clubs year after year.
New and first class cricketers are continually being added to our extensive list.
We only represent players that have been hand picked by the senior first class cricketers we currently represent. This ensures that only the players with the necessary attributes to suceed in UK club cricket are recommended to our clubs.
We predominantly supply players from Indian first class cricket, but also have contacts in South Africa, Zimbabwe .
For the 2011 season simply register your clubs details and requirements and we will contact you is discuss the players available.
Alternatively, contact Gregg on 07888 682743 and he will gladly be of assistance.
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We have signed many new Indian players please check the website for more news
From all at the Club many thanks for your efforts in organising and helping to secure our overseas player for the 2012 season. Once again we are delighted with with the performances and attitude shown and are looking to bring back the same player in 2013. You have now provided us with two South African and one Indian player and all three have bought into the ethos of the club, and have been excellent ambassadors off the pitch as well as on. Their contributions toward our excellent youth academy cannot be under estimated as well as their obvious benefits to the 1st XI! For any club looking for a quality overseas player with the right attitude toward their club I would recommend G Sports as an excellent agency.
Aston Manor CC
Thanks for your reliable support and hard work in sourcing oversea's players over the past 4 years. The guys we've had have not only been value on the pitch, they've also been great clubmen, contributing significantly to junior and senior player development. I have no hesitation in continuing to recommend you as a contact for oversea's cricketers.
Himley C.C. "