The very latest information for clubs, players, officials, coaches and groundskeepers
Over the next couple of weeks, Somerset County Cricket Club will run a competition to find the South West’s official favourite recreational cricket ground!
Joint Statement from Gloucestershire, Somerset & Wiltshire Cricket Boards for players, volunteers and supporters of recreational cricket
Register your club your club for NatWest Cricket Force and get Free PPE equipment
Following the launch of the ECB’s Together Through This Test initiative, we have been inspired by the heroic efforts of the cricket community in response to the pandemic, and are looking at different ways cricket can connect communities and support those in need at this incredibly difficult time.
We would like to support clubs by offering our Community Coaches to help clubs give as many players as possible the opportunity to play cricket this summer.
Having looked at the many factors and logistics involved in the three competitions plus trying to ensure there is a fair balance of playing opportunities for men, women, boys and girls in this reduced window for cricket, we have reluctantly decided to cancel the SCB KO Cups for 2020.
To help clubs this page has been to out all the latest guidance documents and resources in one place:
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is delighted that the UK Government has given the green light for recreational cricket in England* to return from Saturday 11 July.
ECB have finalised guidance on preparing your clubhouse and grounds for when recreational clubs can return to playing cricket in England.