Recreational cricketers – have your say
Have your say and influence the future of your cricket by taking part in this year’s National Cricket Playing Survey.
The 2016 survey is now open and is the shortest ever – a ‘pulse-check’ taking less than 10 minutes. You can give feedback on your satisfaction with the game, the effectiveness of any changes you’ve experienced, and your thoughts on how your club cricket should continue to change.
By taking the survey, you will also have the chance to win a £250 voucher for the ECB online shop, which stocks all the latest playing equipment.
Whether you’re a first team regular, or play the odd Sunday friendly game, this is your chance to make your views heard and get the cricket you want. As a result of over 75,000 responses in the last 3 years, more than 100 leagues (including many in Devon) have made the changes players want to see, from earlier start times and shorter travel distances, to introducing innovative formats and rule changes, as well as greater opportunities for women, girls and disability cricketers to play the game.
Matt Theedom said “We always get an excellent response to this survey and we’re keen to hear from players this summer about the changes we’ve introduced. It’s a brilliant way for players to give feedback, make suggestions and actively influence the future of our game.”
Take the survey at: www.ecb.co.uk/survey