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The Suffolk Cricket Board (SCB) has a formal understanding with the England and Wales Cricket Board. The ECB has devolved the responsibility of the management and governance of the game in Suffolk to the SCB. The SCB as part of its agreement receives an amount of funding from the ECB and other partners, and the support of a paid official the “Cricket Development Manager” who is employed by the ECB to work alongside the SCB to improve the recreational game in the county. As part of its responsibility the SCB is required to achieve a number of improvements on an annual basis that reflect both the national and local agendas.

The SCB has a vision for the future of the game in the county which is described below.

“To enable and encourage all people who wish to participate in the game of cricket in Suffolk to achieve their full potential at the level and in the discipline they choose.”

The Board is elected on an annual basis at the County Associations AGM.

As part of its work it will be working hard to improve its overall communication to its members and the overall community as a whole in 2009 through the following key mediums:

  • The use of the SCB website, with regular update news items from the Board.
  • An annual Club road show, more news to follow shortly.



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Suffolk Cricket Board and associated Leagues are calling upon recreational cricketers to have their say and influence the future of cricket at grassroots level in the second annual National Cricket Playing survey.

Last year 214 players in the county responded to the survey - the first of its kind ever undertaken in cricket and Suffolk Cricket Board along with ECB  is already acting on the comprehensive and wide-ranging feedback received.

2014 - We need your help, so that we can ensure we respond to what players want. To get a representative view, we need 500 responses, so please encourage all current (and lapsed) players (min 14yrs and upwards) you know to complete this survey.

Once all of your responses have been collated we’ll liaise with players, clubs and leagues to discuss and agree the future of cricket in our county. 
Rest assured we intend to listen and respond with innovative and forward-thinking ideas which will all help attract more players and volunteers, which will benefit cricket as a whole.

Rob Jones – Cricket Operations Manager 
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To complete the survey and have the chance to win signed bats and pairs of tickets to an England Vs India ODI, England Ladies match at Chelmsford and £100 sports voucher.
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