Cheshire Cricket Board Limited (CCB) registered (No. 7155305) at Companies House on 11 February 2010 as a company limited by guarantee is responsible for the management, promotion and delivery of recreational cricket throughout the County.
As part of a national structure headed by the England & Wales Cricket Board, the CCB was established in 1998 as one of 39 County Boards. CCB is governed by a dedicated group of elected officials and employs 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.'
The CCB recognises the importance of recruiting, retaining and developing players and volunteers, and acknowledges a need to nurture a strong Club network, the bedrock of Cheshire Cricket.
The CCB is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion across the sport of cricket from those playing, watching, volunteering, officiating, coaching, and working, so that everyone can say “Cricket is a game for me”. The Cheshire Cricket Board supports the ECB Anti-Discrimination Code