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ECB August Newsletter

9th August 2019 Posted in League by Michael Weeks

Off the back of a thrilling ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup win, there’s plenty more going on this summer.

Read on to get a glimpse at what’s coming up in the coming weeks..

What is happening in grassroots cricket…

Cricket Playing Survey 2019 is coming next week!

The 2019 Cricket Playing Survey will launch next week and it’s almost time to let your players have their say!

We’ll send you a link for you to distribute around your clubs; we want people from all around the recreational game to respond to the survey and tell us about their experiences this season, which will help us to continue to grow and improve the game in this country.

Keep an eye out for the launch email next week!

Cricket World Cup Clubs – All Stars Have-a-Go Sessions are live!

Off the back of a wonderfully successful ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup campaign, we want as many kids as possible to get out there and give cricket a go. With the school term almost at an end, we think it’s vital that your kids will still have the opportunity to get involved and grow their love for the game. Many of you will have become CWC Clubs and put on World Cup Family Days this summer – it would be great for you to carry on the tournament’s legacy by continuing to get your local kids involved in cricket.

‘All Stars Cricket Have-A-Go’ is a free taster session of our popular All Stars Cricket programme, designed to give children aged five to eight a great first experience with cricket. The sessions will be action-packed with plenty of fun games and activities to test out new skills like batting, bowling and catching!

With over 150 sessions across the country there are plenty of opportunities to ‘Have-a-Go’! If you are putting on a session, thank you very much! If you’re wanting to find a local session, please click below.


Clubmark Update


If you are a Clubmark-accredited club who is undergoing a re-accreditation this year, don’t forget you need to have a site visit from your Support Officer during the season.

If you don’t yet have a date set for your visit, please contact your Support Officer or County Board to arrange.


Any questions about the wider Clubmark scheme can be sent to

The England and Wales Cricket Board, Lord’s Cricket Ground, London, NW8 8QZ