When Cameron Moon (SHBRD) was awarded the President’s Bat Award for Cricket in his final year at King’s Juniors, we knew that he had a bright cricketing future.
Cameron has played club cricket since the age of seven, and was asked to join Cricket Wales North East when he was just nine years old. Last year saw the regional Wales squads merge to form Cricket Wales North and, after attending a number of training sessions, Cameron was selected to join the performance squad to represent the whole region.
The season has started well for Cameron and the squad with matches against the other regional Welsh teams, Lancashire and Staffordshire already under their belt and many more to look forward to over the summer.
Cameron is a key member of the school team and alongside his regional commitments, he still plays for Hawarden Park Cricket Club. At club level, he currently represents the Under 13s, Under 15s and Men’s 4th Team, and in 2019, his team won the Under-11s North Wales Police Challenge Shield. Cameron hopes that, after a year with no major competitions due to COVID-19, there will be more trophies to play for this year.