Development News

Increasing participation, club membership, club affiliation, coaching roles and volunteering roles, together with securing funding, promoting equity, and ensuring strong relationships with all counties.

These are just some of the priorities for ECB's development team as part of continued investment in the grassroots of the game.

The whole of the ECB team, at a national, regional and county level is committed to making a difference to the game at all levels and building strong partnerships within and outside the game.

Development

Net gain for Rode Park and Lawton CC

Net gain for Rode Park and Lawton CC

Rode Park and Lawton Cricket Club in Cheshire has completed a massive project to replace its practice facilities, thanks in part to a grant from the England and Wales Cricket Board.

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Hunt scoops multi-sport groundsman gong

Hunt scoops multi-sport groundsman gong

Lord’s groundsman Mick Hunt beat Trent Bridge’s Steve Birks to the prestigious Professional Cricket Groundsman of the Year award.

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India VI seal World T20

India VI seal World T20

India Visually Impaired defeated rivals Pakistan by 29 runs at Bangalore to win the first World Twenty20.

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VI edge towards last-four berth

VI edge towards last-four berth

England Visually Impaired are just one victory away from reaching the semi-finals of the inaugural World T20 following a triumph over Australia.

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All-round Andy powers VI

All-round Andy powers VI

England Visually Impaired made it two wins in their last two World Twenty20 encounters, cruising past Nepal by 10 wickets. Andy Powers took a wicket and struck 77 not out.

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VI break their duck

VI break their duck

England Visually Impaired picked up their first victory of the inaugural World Twenty20 on the back of Matt Dean’s quite sensational 139 not out against South Africa.

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