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.


How should cricket in Wales be run?

Have your say on the future make-up of the Cricket Wales Board and the proposed introduction of Cricket Wales Area Boards underneath.
If you are a club, league, region or association the Cricket Wales Governance Working Group wants to hear from you by 30th April 2015.
View the proposals below
Governance - Consultation Paper On Board, March 2015.
Governance And Leadership Behaviours
Governance Minimum Expectations For All Principles
Governance Working Group Terms of Reference, June 2014
Current CW Governance Structure
Proposed CW Governance Structure

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.


England women cricketers go back to school to inspire young players

Members of the England women’s cricket team have visited schools in North Wales to inspire a new generation of young players. Kate Cross, Danielle Hazell, and Heather Knight   ...more

Former Junior Member Returns to Launch Thriving Section

Kidwelly Juniors a Couple of Decades Ago! A West Wales cricket club is seeing a boom in youth participation – thanks to a man who revived the junior section a quarter   ...more

Cricket Wales lays out its intention to become a more inclusive sport

An open letter from Roger Morris, Chairman of Cricket Wales Click To View   ...more

Lauren Shows The Way

Wales Women were frustrated in their efforts to get their campaign in Division 2 of the ECB County Championship off to a winning start.  The match against Scotland at St.   ...more

More potential sources of funding

People's Postcode Trust - Small Grants Programme Open to Applications (South of England, Scotland and   ...more

Aviva Community Fund opens

The Aviva Community Fund is another funding opportunity that is worth looking at, if your community-based cricket club is experiencing difficulties in finding sufficient funds to   ...more

Vacancy for Competitions Organiser

Competition Organiser NatWest U19 Club T20 Competition & NatWest National Club Championships U13/U15 (Wales Qualifying Rounds Only) Remuneration by   ...more

Tesco Charity Trust Community Awards

Tesco Charity Trust Community Awards Open to Applications (UK) Grants of between £500 and £2,500 are available to registered charities and not-for-profit   ...more

BME Cricket Coordinator in Cardiff

BME Cricket Coordinator (Cardiff) 12 – 20 days (April - September 2015) Day rate by agreement c. £100 – 150 per day (inclusive of   ...more

The Ashes are coming so get your school involved

2015 is an exciting year for Cricket in Wales as the Ashes will be played in Cardiff this July. The spotlight will be firmly on Wales when the first ball is bowled at the SWALEC   ...more