The ECB Coaches Association would like you to let you know about the new “Associate Membership” grade and to ensure that you are one of the first to receive a copy of their overall ECB strategy for 2020-24 - “Inspiring Generations”. The six priorities for 2020 – 24 are: Grow and nurture the core Inspire through elite teams Make cricket accessible Engage children and young people Transform women’s and girl’s cricket Support our communities In support of these aims, the ECB Coaches Association has introduced a new grade of membership; “Associate Member”, which is open to all. So your friends and colleagues who are not yet qualified coaches, can now join you in the ECB CA. As an Associate Member they will receive most of the benefits of Full Membership, including: be entitled to wear the ECB CA 'Three Lions' keep up to date with the latest thinking and developments in coaching receive invites to seminars, workshops and other opportunities save money, with great discounts on cricket coaching clothing and equipment be part of the ECB coaches community, making friends and sharing ideas. The ECB Coaches Association welcomes everyone who is interested in cricket coaching, providing the ongoing support you need to be the best you can be. For further information and to join go to www.ecb.co.uk then look for BE INVOLVED on the list down the left side of the page. Or send an email to [email protected] Best wishes, Stephen Wright, ECB Coaches Association. =============================================================================== MESSAGE SENT BY REED CC ON BEHALF OF THE ECB CA. ===============================================================================
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
A MESSAGE SENT ON BEHALF OF THE ENGLAND AND WALES CRICKET BOARD (ECB). Inappropriate and unwelcome behaviour towards Young Female Participants in cricket over the last few weeks has been reported to the ECB Safeguarding Team regarding sexual harassment of female players, either on the pitch through inappropriate language or ‘sledging’, and off the pitch via unsolicited text and social media contact. The ECB, through Club Welfare Officers, emphasise that such behaviour is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. No young women should receive such attention through taking part in cricket. The following should be brought to the attention of players and members of cricket clubs across the country: Members should be reminded of their own Codes of Conduct, and the guidance included in ‘Safe Hands’, especially ‘ECB guidance for clubs on the use of Social Media, texts and email’. Clubs should also be reminded that ‘sledging’ female players by reference to their body parts constitutes sexual harassment. Where any such incident involves an Under 18 player, this must be reported as a safeguarding matter and will be dealt with as such. Female participants should be encouraged to report any incidents of unwanted comment, attention or harassment to the Club Welfare Officer, who should inform the County Welfare Officer. Any concerns can also be reported at any time directly to the ECB Safeguarding Team at [email protected] Thank you for your assistance in making it clear that such behaviour has no place in our sport. Richard Desjardins Safeguarding Manager England and Wales Cricket Board. ........................................................................ I should point-out that Reed CC do not have any female players in Open-Age cricket but we do play against some opposition clubs that select girls and women in their [...]
Reed Cricket Club is pleased to receive this award from the ECB Small Grants Scheme. RCC is appreciative to the ECB for its continued commitment to grass-roots cricket which has assisted our Club make improvements to the facilities over a number of years that will enable our players to develop and progress and benefit our members and supporters. PGB, Honorary Secretary, Reed CC.
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 ecb.tell-us-what-you-think.com 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