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Machinery fund available for WEPL clubs

Following on from the successful WEPL Improvement Fund and in line with the WEPL pitch preparation criteria the league has launched a Club Machinery Fund to assist clubs with pitch and outfield preparations and maintenance

Under 9s Cricket 2019

Wiltshire Cricket is delighted to invite clubs to one of two workshops at which we will discuss Under 9s Cricket and how we can look to build on the huge success of All Stars Cricket with this next age group on the pathway

Plans for 2019 and beyond communicated to clubs at Wiltshire Cricket Forum

Many thanks to clubs that attended and supported the Wiltshire Cricket Club forum which took place on 22nd January; an evening during which plenty of exciting initiatives for clubs were shared

Junior Club T20 Competitions now open for entries

The 2019 season will see opportunities for clubs to entier teams in to T20 cup competitions at Under 13s, 15s, 16s and 19s age groups, in addition to the league structures already provided by the Wiltshire Youth Cricket League

ECB announce new recommended formats for the whole junior pathway from U9s to U17s

The ECB has announced new recommendations for junior formats and pitch lengths for the 2019 season, affecting all cricket and mapping recommended formats through the whole girls and boys junior pathway

Wiltshire's Emerging Player Group for 2019 is announced

Following the completion of a skillset programme delivered as part of the new Wiltshire-Gloucestershire Talent Pathway partnership, selection has now been made for the 2019 Boys Emerging Player Programme

Confirmation of Junior Cricket Pitch Lengths 2019 and beyond

Following approval at the ECB Recreational Assembly in November 2018, new pitch lengths for junior cricket are now being adopted across the game with immediate effect

Wiltshire Cricket's FREE Key Stage 1 Primary School Offer is launched

Between now and the summer, primary schools across Wiltshire can access a FREE Cricket assembly and taster coaching session for Key Stage 1 children, with the aim being to spread the power of cricket and to to promote All Stars Cricket!

Wiltshire Cricket encourages Local Clubs to apply to be a Cricket World Cup Club and 'become part of something bigger'

This opportunity is open to all clubs, all centres, all communities – and it’s easy to get involved - Sign up now

Wiltshire young cricketers to receive specialist coaching in first initiative delivered as part of new talent pathway partnership with Gloucestershire Cricket

During November and December, a number of Wiltshire cricketers will attend skillset sessions in batting, seam bowling and spin bowling as part of talent pathway partnership with Gloucestershire Cricket

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