Over half of Cornwall's Cricket Clubs are taking part in Get set Weekend this weekend.

38 Cricket Clubs across the Duchy are taking part in the event that brings together clubs with their community. The Weekend, which takes place on March 23rd and 24th, is a fantastic opportunity for new and existing volunteers to spend time at their local club, helping it to ‘get set’ for the upcoming season.

Clubs across the county are invited to take part in the weekend each year to get set for the upcoming season. Anyone interested in volunteering with their local club is encouraged to get in contact. Club contacts can be found on our website: https://cornwallcricket.co.uk/find-a-club.html

Clubs taking part this year include: 

Beacon Cricket Club Cornwall

Bude North Cornwall Cricket Club

Bugle Cricket Club

Constantine Cricket Club

Grampound Road Cricket club

Gulval Cricket Club

Gunnislake Cricket Club

Hayle Cricket Club

Ladock Cricket Club

Lanhydrock Cricket Club

Launceston Cricket Club

Mawnan Cricket Club

Menheniot Looe Cricket Club

Mount Ambrose Cricket Club

Mullion Cricket Club

Paul Cricket Club

Perranarworthal CC

Perranporth Cricket CLub

Redruth Cricket Club

Roche Cricket Club

Roche Old Boys Cricket Club

St Erme Cricket Club

St Just Cricket Club

St Minver Cricket Club

St Stephen Cricket Club

St. Neot Taverners Cricket Club

Tideford Cricket Club

Tintagel Cricket Club

Truro Cricket Club

Wadebridge Cricket Club

Wendron Cricket Club

Werrington Cricket Club

Managing director of Cornwall Cricket Board Joe Skinner said: “There are a lot of great volunteers out there coming together in their clubs to help ready their clubs for the start of the season which is nearly upon us. We wish clubs the best in these trying weather conditions but to have 38 clubs registered for the Get Set weekend is great enthusiasm.”   

Cornwall Cricket Board provides adults and children aged 5 years and upwards with the opportunity to take part in the sport across the county. It is also the official governing body for all cricket in Cornwall and is responsible and accountable to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the National Governing Body, for the strategic management, development and conduct of the sport.

To find out more visit the website www.cornwallcricket.co.uk or email [email protected]