National Cricket Playing Survey 2015
Wiltshire Cricket Limited is calling on recreational players in Wiltshire to have their say and influence the future of the game at grassroots level in the ECB’s third annual National Cricket Playing Survey.
Last year more than 37,000 current and former players nationwide, and more than 750 players in Wiltshire responded to the survey – the feedback has already translated into action at local level.
Clubs and Leagues across Wiltshire are introducing innovative formats, rule changes, different start times, shorter travel distances to matches and greater opportunities for women, girls and disability cricketers to play the game. In Wiltshire specifically, we have:
- Contributed to a major restructure of the West of England Premier League
- Moved the start time for all Wiltshire County Cricket League divisions to 1pm
- Introduced the new ECB Under 19 T20 competition
- Introduced a new participation based Super 4s women's competition
- Introduced new 20 over competitions at under 13 and under 15 level to the Wiltshire Youth Cricket League
This year, ECB and its network of County Cricket Boards and leagues are keen to hear an even wider range of views. From Premier League regulars to the occasional social cricketer, every player, spectator and volunteer is being urged to have their say on all aspects of the recreational game.
Players completing the National Cricket Playing Survey at www.ecb.co.uk/survey have the chance to win prizes! These include signed merchandise and pairs of tickets to Investec Ashes Series and Royal London ODIs.