From the coaches and officials out in the field to the administrators, committee members and fundraisers, the development of cricket clubs relies on the continued willingness of volunteers to invest both their time and expertise.
Volunteers are the most valuable resource a cricket club has. They are a priceless investment using their time, expertise, passion, quality, and patience for their community clubs.
Wiltshire Cricket Ltd aim to protect and support the resource by ensuring that all volunteers are treated equally and receive quality training, and are welcomed and supported by all clubs throughout the county.
Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards (OSCA's)
Wiltshire Cricket's Outstanding Services to Cricket Awards (OSCAs) look to recognise the unsung heroes of cricket in Wiltshire. These could be people who have been around at a Cricket Club for many years or people who are new to a club or role and have made a significant difference in a short space of time.
Click here for more details of this annual award programme.
vCricket offers young people a route into volunteering through cricket, whether that be to enhance a CV in preparation for college, university or work, for fun or simply to put something back into cricket at a young age.
For more details of this programme click here
Calling all volunteers
Wiltshire Cricket's guide to volunteering including frequently asked questions and a summary of benefits to the volunteer and clubs involved.