Team Building

The Ageas Bowl are pleased to announce a fantastic new corporate team building opportunity for Spring 2014.

Cage Cricket is a dynamic, visual, fast-paced version of the game and the only form of competitive cricket played as an individual.

The Ageas Bowl is the first major sports complex in the world to house a Cage Cricket arena, a game which not only brings the latest in fully participative sporting innovation, but delivers key corporate and business objectives through development and focuses on issues such as time-management, teamwork, communication, leadership and problem solving.

It doesn't matter whether you and your team have played cricket before or not, Cage Cricket is a great leveller, and the unique "Red Zone" will introduce you and your teams to a previously unseen approach to decision making which we know will significantly enhance your team dynamics.

With a full game of Cage Cricket lasting just under an hour, can your business afford not to have Cage Cricket as part of your Ageas Bowl event?

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With 150 acres at your disposal The Ageas Bowl lends itself to any type of team building activity.

Whether you are looking to herd ducks, produce your own athletics or establish a course in orienteering, there really is the space to make the event your own. 

Team building can also form part of your seminar structure with special areas being available for part day / hourly hire. 

And why not finish the afternoon’s conference by watching a few overs of professional cricket in the sunshine?

With a dedicated events team to assist the only limitation is your imagination!

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Tue, Sep 23 - Fri, Sep 26

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