Mark Alleyne speaks to BBC Radio Bristol to discuss the club's partnership with ACE
16 September 2021
Gloucestershire Cricket legend and assistant coach Mark Alleyne appeared on BBC Radio Bristol this morning (Thursday 16 September) to explain how the ACE programme can make a difference in the city.
The African Caribbean Engagement programme will give talented young black people in Bristol the chance to become professional cricketers. Through offering coaching sessions and development opportunities, in partnership with Royal London & ACE, Gloucestershire Cricket is proud to be further supporting the growth of grassroots talent in the county.
To hear Mark talk about how the ACE programme will make a positive impact in Bristol during his interview with the BBC, please watch the below video.