STAY IN THE GAME - SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH THE RETENTION OF YOUNG PLAYERS
The ECB have created some guidance for clubs to help keep their young players aged 14 to 19 interested in the club. If you have a problem with young players leaving your club, or want to avoid this from happening in the future, please click here.
SETTING UP A GIRLS' SECTION
ECB have created some factsheets and toolkits to support clubs and players in understanding more about girls playing cricket. If you want to learn more about being involved in a rapidly growing community click here.
Play-Cricket is the ECB’s on-line cricket network for all Clubs, Leagues, Cup
RULES AND REGULATIONS
ECB has created a number of guides and regulations regarding the playing and
LAST MAN STANDS
ECB is supporting Last Man Stands, a global 8-a-side cricket game which is a great chance to play the great game if you only have limited time available.
ASDA Kwik Cricket is a simple game for all boys and girls from five years of age upwards. It’s designed to provide children with an introduction to cricket and can be played either indoors or outdoors.
The indoor game offers the opportunity for current players to keep their fitness and skill levels up through the winter months. There are 2 types of Indoor Cricket - one played with a soft ball & tension net, and one with a hard ball.
DISABILITY CRICKET AT YOUR CLUB