The 2019 ECB Cricket Playing Survey

The Cricket Playing survey is ECB's number one opportunity to listen to the views of players. By sharing with us what you think, we'll gain valuable feedback to ensure the voices of players continue to be heard and the game of cricket continues to evolve. We would like you to have Your Say. The survey will take roughly 10 minutes and as a thank you, you'll have the option to win one of the following at the end of the survey: One of 5 x £100 Amazon vouchers £500 cash One of 2 pairs of tickets to Day 4 of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Series at the Kia Oval All mandatory questions are identified and marked with * COPY AND PASTE THIS INTO YOUR BROWSER,6F5SP,K8AWBB,PGDKP,1 Thank you and good luck, PGB Honorary Secretary, Reed Cricket Club.

By |2019-08-11T09:36:56+01:00August 11th, 2019|Categories: 2019, Survey|Tags: , |0 Comments


2018 CRICKET PLAYING SURVEY The ECB wants every player (female and male), spectator and volunteer to have their say and help shape the future of the game. It will only take a few minutes to complete and you will have the chance to win great prizes - £300 cash, one of 10 x £100 Amazon Gift Vouchers, a signed England shirt from the England v Australia ODI Series 2018. Make sure you have your say. Go to: www.ecb.tell-us-what-you-think

By |2018-08-08T07:21:56+01:00August 8th, 2018|Categories: 2018, News, Survey|Tags: , |0 Comments

Results of voting at the SHPCL AGM

Richard Robertson represented Reed CC at the League’s AGM on 26th February. Three proposals had been circulated earlier in the year and RCC Players had been invited to respond to a short survey. Resulting from that, Reed voted NO to all three proposals. Here are the results voted on by the Clubs at the League AGM last night:- 1. Should Bonus points be awarded to Teams providing a competent, non-playing Scorer in all matches in Divisions 3A to 6B? NOT CARRIED. 2. Should all matches in Divisions 7A to 10B be reduced from 100 to 90 overs? NOT CARRIED. 3. Should all matches in every division below the Championship be limited overs only (i.e., no more “timed matches” in the future)? CARRIED. Consequently, there will be no more Drawn games. From Division 1 to 10B (inclusive) these will be 50/50 matches. (The Regional Divisions already play only 40/40 limited overs matches anyway.) These were important issues so thank you to RCC players who replied to the survey. Additional information from the AGM is that the New Laws of Cricket will apply this season. The Laws were amended in October 2017. To read The Laws of Cricket, go to then choose MCC. Clubs participating in the Premier and Championship Divisions are administered by their own Sub-Committee. Changes accepted for 2018 are:- 1. Play offs. The reserve day will be the following Saturday (not the next day). If there is still no result, a bowl out will take place. If still no result, then there will be a coin toss. 2. The same applies for promotion and relegation play-off matches. 3. Bowling restrictions. Bowlers are restricted to one-third of the total overs in the innings, (rounded [...]

By |2018-02-27T08:55:57+01:00February 27th, 2018|Categories: 2018, AGM, News, Survey|Tags: |0 Comments

Have Your Say – 2017 Cricket Playing Survey from the ECB

The 2017 Cricket Playing Survey is now live and we want players to have their say. Through this survey the ECB will gain valuable insight to be used at a national, county and league level to ensure that the game of cricket continues to evolve. As in previous years, the ECB is asking for your help to promote the survey, with all participants going into the draw to win one of the following: 1. £300 cash 2. Signed England bat 3. Signed England shirt How can you help? Enter the following into your browser At the completion of the survey period the ECB will work hard to analyse the results and provide you with a summary of our findings. Until then, enjoy the rest of the summer and thanks for your support. The England and Wales Cricket Board, Lord's Cricket Ground, London, NW8 8QZ

By |2017-07-23T08:01:08+01:00July 23rd, 2017|Categories: 2017, News, Survey|Tags: , |0 Comments