Cricket Wales is the national governing body for the junior and senior recreational game in Wales.

The Cricket Wales Board is made up of representatives from senior cricket, junior cricket, cricket officials and Glamorgan Cricket. Additional specialist skills also exist on the Board for example finance and child welfare.


Cricket Customer Satisfaction Survey

As part of its new strategy Cricket Wales is keen to gain far more feedback from all types of individuals involved in the game.  In due course we will be developing surveys aimed at specific parts of the game but in the meantime please provide us with your general views by following this link completing this short survey.


Wales girls score hat-trick of ties

Cricket Wales’ age-group teams have continued to make progress during the summer, with a mix of results, including a remarkable three successive ties for the girls U13   ...more

Hundreds play in South Wales Kwik Cricket finals

More than 300 children from 30 schools across the region took part in the South Wales Kwik Cricket finals at St Fagan’s Cricket Club.   The finals day, organised by   ...more

Wales women get off to flying start

Lauren Parfitt Batting against Worcestershire Wales Women got their season off to a great start under new head coach Kathryn Wilkins, with victories over Durham and   ...more

Cricket Club Security

The England and Wales cricket Board has produced an excellent booklet that will help clubs to review their security.  Please follow the link below that will take you to the   ...more

Len Smith appointed regional advisor for Wales

Len Smith Former Glamorgan CCC head groundsman, IOG regional advisor and winner of the 2013 IOG Everris/Syngenta Lifetime Achievement award, Len Smith has been appointed to the   ...more

Clubs are urged to have their say on future of cricket

Cricketers throughout Wales are being urged to have their say about the game in a major survey, which could win prizes for them and their club. The England and Wales Cricket   ...more

No shortage of wicketkeepers in Wales

Cameron Herring with Mark Wallace in 2002 A new programme is aiming to ensure Wales continues to produce top-class wicketkeepers. Cricket Wales’ recently-appointed   ...more

Mixed fortunes for Cricket Wales teams

U12 Team v Gloucestershire Cricket Wales’ age-group teams enjoyed mixed fortunes in their latest matches, with the U15 girls providing a highlight with a convincing   ...more

India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge

Thursday May 22, 2014  ECB brings cricket to the classroom with new India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge  ECB today launched the India and Sri Lanka Schools   ...more

Boundary of Wales Walk

Visitors to this site will possibly recall that Bernard Hedges, the former Glamorgan cricketer, passed away in February last at the age of 86.  He made his first   ...more