Get the Game On
Get the Game On - Some context!
With player numbers dropping by 7% and the number of cancellations and conceded games on the rise, it’s vital that we find ways to get cricket games played.
When captains, coaches, clubs, groundsmen, leagues, players and umpires work together to get the game on, everyone wins. Putting our heads together to find a way to play means that we can be more flexible and inventive when it comes to the format of the game and when we choose to play.
The more games that are played will help to ease players’ frustrations and encourage them to play more cricket. Using the right equipment and skills to care for your grounds will increase the chances of completing matches when the weather won’t play ball.
Whatever your role – captain, coach, groundsman, league official, player, umpire, volunteer – you can inspire others and make a real difference by getting out and getting the game on. Together we can meet the challenges and get the best out of the sport we all love to play.
Let's make every ball,every run, every wicketcount this season!
Visit www.getthegameon.co.uk for more information on this campaign and the role that you can play in addressing the challenges that Cricket currently faces
What is Wiltshire Cricket doing?
Currently, we have the following leagues signed up to the campaign:
- West of England Premier League
- Wiltshire County Cricket League
- Wiltshire Wallop
- Wiltshire Youth Cricket League
- Swindon Midweek Evening League
We will continue to work closely with these leagues to implement many of the great ideas that come from the Get the Game On campaign
In addition, as Get the Game On develops there will also be resources for key match day influencers, including: