CRICKET WALES

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS & INFORMATION

Make a difference to the cricket you play in your area.

Take the 2015 ECB National Cricket Playing Survey.
www.ecb.co.uk/survey

2015 Cricket Wales and ECB OSCAs

Nominate the outstanding volunteers within your Club or Association for a 2015 Cricket Wales OSCA. Winners will be decided by a Cricket Wales panel, invited to a Glamorgan game later in the summer and go forward to represent Wales at the ECB OSCAs at Lords in October.

Nominations close on Monday 27th July and should be sent to kerry.lloyd@cricketwales.org.uk

Click here for a nomination form.
Click here for judging criteria.

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.

LATEST NEWS FROM CRICKET WALES

CRICKET BEYOND BOUNDARIES

7 NEW POP UP CRICKET CLUBS ROLL OUT ACROSS CARDIFF THIS WEEK        A new initiative designed to engage more young people from BME communities   ...more



Tom Is Happy To Be Playing Cricket Again

                  Tom Carter at Lord's A promising young South Wales cricketer, who lost   ...more



South Wales Cricket Coaches Gain Awards

Two cricket coaches from South West Wales have been recognised for their contributions to the sport. Mark Todd, junior coordinator at Clydach Cricket Club has been named Wales   ...more



Forty Club Quadrangular Tournament in July 2015

Introduction   The Forty Club is a ‘wandering cricket club’ – meaning that it does not have its own ground, - and with nearly 2500 members is   ...more



Changes to CASC Regulations

A message from Dave Leighton : Club Support and Services Manager England and Wales Cricket Board : Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0PX: All Cricket CASCs have   ...more



Wales Teams Maintain Their Strong Start

Wales’ cricket teams have continued their strong start to the season, with a series of wins across the age groups. The Wales girls U17 team travelled to Cornwall in   ...more



New Nets at Sudbrook CC

Two Glamorgan County Cricket Club players held coaching sessions for some of the young players at Sudbrook CC during a special evening at the club. The event marked the opening   ...more



Cricket Clubs in Wales Get Facilities Boost Through ECB Scheme

Cricket clubs across Wales have received a financial boost of £70,000 through the England and Wales Cricket Trust Small Grant Scheme 2015, supported by   ...more



Victories For Wales Teams At Start Of Season

“Encouraging team performances” – Cricket Wales performance manager, John Derrick.  The Wales cricket teams have made a promising start to the new   ...more



Parent power and coach commitment save junior cricket team

A combination of parent power and the commitment of a community coach has ensured an under-9 cricket team’s season is going ahead after all. Carmel & District Cricket   ...more