Official Club Sponsors.

Mundays Solicitors are proud to join many others as a sponsor of Esher Cricket Club, a thriving Surrey club.

Esher CC with its main grounds on the edge of Esher, Surrey offers top class facilities to players, officials and spectators of all ages and is known for the extensive Youth Cricket programme. The club fields three Saturday teams competing in the Surrey Championship. In addition an Academy XI play on Saturday afternoons and a Development XI on Sunday afternoons during July and August to facilitate the development of cricketers in the U13 to U19 age groups.

Being a part of the communities in which we work and operate has been a part of the fabric of Mundays’ culture throughout its history, we are delighted to begin sponsorship of Esher CC. Munday’ Managing Partner, said “It is wonderful to start this relationship with Esher CC a local club with a great youth programme. We are very much looking forward to working with the club and all involved in the coming years”

Geoff Ellis, Esher Cricket Club Chairman said “We are delighted to welcome Mundays Solicitors to Esher Cricket Club. We ran an event alongside the company last year, which our members thoroughly enjoyed and we look forward to delivering more this year, so our members can benefit from Mundays expertise. As a community club we always welcome companies to support and engage with cricket and are looking forward to the coming season and beyond!”

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