The ECB released the guidance to return to play yesterday for rereational cricket to follow. Please read carefully and make sure your club is comfortable and able to follow the guidance.
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Whilst we are awaiting the exact details it looks like recreational cricket will return on Saturday 11th July; we have already noted many friendly fixtures being arranged & the sheer volume of fixtures is likely to mean they will not be enough qualified officials for each game.
As you will probably already know the Association of Cricket Officials has introduced online training for both umpires & scorers described as “giving you the tools to enable you to officiate in ...
Icoach has selection of really good drills that are COVID-19 compliant. Check out a few below, or sign up to icoach for free by visiting the site via the link at the bottom.
Bars in clubhouses can re-open from the 4th July and we have pulled together the key guidance clubs will need to follow and implement to ensure you can safely open their bars if they wish.
Please read carefully and please open once you are read to do so.
Further guidance for players and clubs on undertaking recreational cricket activity and informal cricket activity in an outdoor environment, consistent with UK Government guidance.
Nets should be used on an ‘every other&rsqu...
ECB Holding Statement:
’We are extremely heartened by today’s announcement from Government, which supports a meaningful return for recreational cricket in England. It is important that we are aware of all safety protocols that must be adopted to see cricket begin to reopen. Over the coming week, we will seek to understand the specific guidance from Government’s medical teams so that we can provide support for clubs who will be eager to reopen their...
The ECB has confirmed a further delay to the start of the professional domestic cricket season, with no domestic cricket to be played before 1st August.
The recreational game currently remains suspended except for the use of outdoor cricket facilities t...
As the national children’s cricket charity Chance to Shine turns 15 years old, it is announcing today (Thursday 21 May) that it has delivered coaching to its five millionth child. Nine-year-old Yunis Omar attends Percy Shurmer Academy in Birmingham and, alongside his Year 5 classmates, received a Chance to Shine session before the COVID-19 lockdown was introduced.
We are Together Through This Test. The cricket community has come together to support each other and the nation through the COVID-19 pandemic, with over 200 initiatives running to support local communities.
Players and clubs – both professional and recreational – are going above and beyond in their efforts to boost morale, raise money and help those most in need during this difficult time.
From supporting vulnerable members with phone calls from county cricket ...
|12th Jul||IWCB U14s v Devon U14s||Shanklin CC||Friendly|
|12th Jul||Wales U15s v IWCB U15s||TBC||ECB Under 15 County Championship|
|12th Jul||IWCB over 50s v Channel Islands O50s||Northwood CC||ECB over 50s County Championship|
|14th Jul||IWCB U17s v Cornwall||Newclose CCG||ECB Under 17 County Championship|
|15th Jul||IWCB U17s v Cornwall||Newclose CCG||ECB Under 17 County Championship|
|16th Jul||IWCB U17s v Cornwall||Newclose CCG||ECB Under 17 County Championship|
|16th Jul||IWCB Seniors v Wiltshire||Porchfield CC||Friendly|
|19th Jul||Dorset U10s v IWCB U11s||TBC||Friendly|
|19th Jul||Isle of Wight Disability XI v Middlesex||Shanklin CC||ECB Super 9s|
|21st Jul||Dorset v IWCB U17s||TBC||ECB Under 17 County Championship|
|22nd Jul||IWCB U15s v Berkshire U15s||Ventnor CC||ECB Under 15 County Championship|
|22nd Jul||Dorset v IWCB U17s||TBC||ECB Under 17 County Championship|
|23rd Jul||Oxforsshire Dev U14s v IWCB U14s||TBC||Friendly|
|23rd Jul||Dorset v IWCB U17s||TBC||ECB Under 17 County Championship|
|26th Jul||IWCB U11s v Cambridge U10s||TBC||Friendly|