Welcome to Cheshire Cricket Board
WHAT WE DO
Pathway & Performance – Enabling every child to reach their full cricketing potential
Clubs Network - Supporting strong, sustainable clubs throughout the County
Communities – Delivering cricket and empowering people in urban areas
Women & Girls cricket – Promoting female playing offers and building towards a gender-neutral game
Disability Cricket – Using cricket as a vehicle to make a positive difference to people’s lives
Schools & National Programmes – Enthusing and Inspiring the next generation to say ‘cricket is a game for me’
Coach Development - Growing participation and maximising player performance
Cheshire Cricket Board Limited (CCB) is responsible for the management, promotion and delivery of recreational cricket throughout the County.
Established in 1998 as one of 39 County Boards, CCB is governed by a dedicated group of elected officials and currently employs 28 professional staff who aim to ‘lead, influence and inspire’ our clubs and communities to say ‘cricket is a game for me’.
Cheshire Cricket Board Mission Statement:
'Through strong leadership and a shared vision for excellence, we aim to collaborate with key partners from the Cheshire Cricket family to inspire the next generation of players, coaches, officials and volunteers and grow the number of people enjoying and experiencing cricket in the County.'
IT ALL ADDS UP
Leading, influencing and inspiring our cricketing communities
Pathway & Performance – 21 District and County teams - 2961 Attendees on Pathway Courses
Clubs and communities - 15489 Club members; 740 Senior men's matches; 689 Junior Boys' teams; 6 Urban Cricket programmes
Women & Girls cricket – 55 Clubs with women's and/or girls sections; 39 teams in Women's League; 4 Full tme female staff members
Disability Cricket – 3 County Disabled Teams; 6 ECB Disability Champion Clubs
Schools & National Programmes – 22 coaches delivering to 24,100 children in 208 schools. 3960 Attended All Stars and Dynamoes
Coach Development - 234 New Coaches/support workers trained; 289 Activators trained
A big thank you for how well Owen Williamson managed the session yesterday under the new guidance. I was a little anxious as you were our first coach this year. All the staff commented on how safe the children were at all times. Head Teacher
Just to say thank you very much for your time, energy and enthusiasm running the Advanced Coaching course. Parent
As PE coordinator, I've even managed pick up some excellent skills from him that I can incorporate in my own lessons. PE Co-ordinator