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30th March 2020 Recreational

ECB National Programmes Update (COVID-19)

ECB have shared their latest update regarding the national programmes All Stars Cricket and Dynamos Cricket that were due to take place this summer.

“With the changing situation surrounding Covid-19, we are continuing to work closely with the Government and Sport England to look at solutions for the season ahead that prioritise the safety of all involved.

Following the ECB’s announcement that all recreational cricket will be suspended until further notice, this unfortunately encompasses both the All Stars Cricket and Dynamos Cricket programmes.

In this rapidly changing environment, we are still working through the finer details of the impact of the suspension, but can confirm that we are doing our upmost to find a solution which involves running courses later in the summer. Please be assured that we will update you as frequently as possible as we make progress.

For those with children booked into either All Stars Cricket or Dynamos Cricket who are still awaiting kit delivery, we have temporarily halted deliveries at this time. We will be in touch with an update on this once we have worked through further logistical solutions, however you will receive you kit prior to the start of your programme.

This is new territory for us all and we’d like to thank you personally for your patience. Our aim is to do what’s best for our community throughout this unusual period and appreciate your support to do the same.

We are exploring ways that we can bring cricket to homes across the country through indoor games, challenges and digital content and we look forward to sharing details with you soon.”

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