Kellie Williams returns to Cornwall Cricket Board

Cornwall Cricket Board has great pleasure in welcoming Kellie Williams back into the fold as Community Development Lead Officer. This is excellent news for Cornwall and the club as Kellie has a wealth of experience in cricket development in her former role as Women and Girls’ Development Officer.

Kellie’s main roles will be to support the community offer, help clubs grow their player and volunteer base, provide opportunities for people from all backgrounds to access cricket. Kellie will help clubs coordinate, develop and deliver the national programmes, All Stars and Dynamos. This in time is a move away from Chris Anderson who has expertly delivered this area over the past few years. Chris will focus on the School engagement programmes from now on, but there will be a small transition until Kellie is up to speed on National Programmes.

Kellie has stated, 'After a short break from Cornwall Cricket, I'm really looking forward to re-joining the team in a new role, dedicated to developing the community cricket offer across the county. I'm eager to work with clubs to continue to build on the great work they are doing, as well as exploring new opportunities to grow the game, with a key focus on minority groups to ensure that communities feel united and to prove that cricket truly is a game for everyone.

‘This is an exciting time for Cornwall Cricket Board. Kellie has a vast experience of Cornwall, cricket and our club game which is very exciting.  We are sure Kellie will continue to deliver an excellent outcome for Cornwall albeit in a different area of the game. We are most excited about the ability to grow opportunities outside of the traditional game, enthuse participation by linking and delivering our EDI action plan.’ Joe Skinner Managing Director

If clubs need to make contact with Kellie about the National Programmes, volunteer development and community engagement, please do so at or 07842 765445.