The COVID-19 pandemic has left cricket facing its most significa...
In response to the rising R Rate, the UK Government announced that social gatherings in England would return to being limited to 6 people whether inside or outside (except for individual households/support bubbles of more than 6 who will still be able to gather together). Recreational team sport activity that has measures in place to minimise transmission risk, was listed as an exception to this new guid...
ECB Chair Ian Watmore explains how the organisation will keep pushing the game forward despite the financial impacts of COVID-19.
When I was interviewed to be ECB Chair – a few weeks pre-COVID – we discussed the strength of cricket’s finances. We all commented on the surge in ECB income due to the new broadcast deal, and the positive situation in some counties, especially those that had pushed to diversify their businesses, and benefited from a World Cup and Ashes ...
The Isle of Wight Cricket Board are looking to recruit a County Welfare Officer whose job will be to liaise with the IWCB on all welfare issues and to offer advice on safeguarding to the islands cricket clubs or any individual that requires it.
County Welfare Officer
The NatWest OSCAs aim to reward the contribution that volunteers make to the game. We welcome nominations for volunteers from the traditional cricketing environments (Clubs, Leagues, and Boards) but in addition to this, we would like to recognise volunteers from emerging environments such as Higher and Further Education, Community Programmes, Workplaces and Recreational Park Leagues.
The two main NatWest OSCAs nomination categories for 2020 will be Connecting Communities and P...
Volunteers are the heart and foundation of cricket and we love hearing the inspiring stories of individuals within your county who are doing amazing things to grow the game and bring more people into the sport. As we at the ECB start to develop our wider Volunteer Strategy, understanding how volunteers feel will help us to shape the strategy and the ECB’s plans for the future of volunteering in cricket.
We would hugely value you taking the time to share this link with an...
The scheme aims to support affiliated Cricket Clubs and Leagues within England and Wales, during the COVID-19 crisis, by providing emergency grant funding to help cover any shortfall in the preparation, essential day-to-day running and maintenance costs of facilities following the resumption of recreational cricket.
Who can apply?
Cricket Clubs and Leagues (Open-Age or Junior) affiliated to the ECB* via their County Cricket Bo...
Following the updated guidance that we shared with you, please find below printer friendly NatWest CricketForce checklists and some useful tips documents to support you with your return to cricket.
All documents and signage can be accessed here. Below is a list of documents you will find.
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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The First-Class ...
|26th Sep||Ryde B U13s v Arreton U13||Harding Shute||U13 September Cup|
|27th Sep||September Cup Final v September Cup Final||Newclose CCG||September Cup|
|27th Sep||Ventnor U13s v Ryde A U13s||Newclose CCG||U13 September Cup|
Highest batting scores this week
|K Wrigley||105||for Chob v. St Helens||20th Sep|
|M Watson||76||for St Helens v. Chob||20th Sep|
|J Summers||68||for Chob v. St Helens||20th Sep|
|M.Fletcher||67||for Ventnor v. Island Bakeries||20th Sep|
|S Robertson*||64||for Ryde v. Porchfield||20th Sep|
|S.Mills+||53||for Ventnor v. Island Bakeries||20th Sep|
Best bowling figures this week
|K Parker||5 for 7||3 overs, 1 maidens||for Ryde Rattlers U13s v. East Cowes U13s||18th Sep|
|M Tuckwell||4 for 22||6 overs, 1 maidens||for Ryde v. Porchfield||20th Sep|
|A Bridges||3 for 36||5 overs, 0 maidens||for Chob v. St Helens||20th Sep|