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Positive changes set up Shropshire County Cricket League for 2017

Changes to start times for all divisions have been met with praise by players in the Shropshire County Cricket League ahead of the 2017 season. Following feedback after the 2016 season, all games will now start at 1pm, with the final 6 matches of the Premier Division to begin at 12pm.


Shropshire County Cricket League have been known to be proactive when it comes to reform and are also active with their use of digital communications to engage with players. To see what else they've been up to, click here.


The ECB would like to congratulate Gordon Smith, Adam Phillips, Brian Kitson and Mike Hall as well as the Shropshire Cricket Board for their continued support to the league. In addition we'd like to thank all league officers, clubs officials and players associated with all leagues across England and Wales for being Game Changers. Keep up the good work!





Struggling to get your changes through?



      Making change happen can be challenging. The Being a Game Changer guide is designed to help cricket leagues and clubs introduce effective changes so that players, administrators and volunteers can enjoy their game day more.




Smartphones and social media are now part of players’ everyday lives.



       Digital communication tools are a great way for leagues to consult players and connect to clubs and local communities. Find out how your league can use the power of digital.




U19s Club T20 is Back with a Bang!



Back bigger than ever in 2017 - expressions of interest for U19 Club T20 leagues are open. Click here to find out more.




Clubs enthusiastic about the launch of All Stars Cricket



Information sessions continue to be delivered across the country giving clubs an opportunity to hear first hand about the excitement All Stars Cricket will bring to the game in 2017. Regional teams will continue to work with counties to provide you with update information in the coming months. More to follow in next month's newsletter. 


Scoring made better. ECB's new free digital scoring app available soon.



A new easy way to score recreational cricket via a mobile app is coming soon, ahead of the 2017 season. Key features include the ability to comprehensively score any format of recreational cricket via digital devices and automatically upload the scores to - even the ability to broadcast your scores live on social media for your friends to follow. Available on Android and iOS from March onward. Read more.




There’s still time to make changes outside of your AGM!



Enhance your league’s website and encourage clubs to update their Play- Cricket profile to increase the chance of attracting new players. Take a look at the League Blueprint to find out what else players want from their league cricket in 2017.




Ensure your clubs register for the Natwest Cricketforce, 2017.



Get ready to roll the sleeves up! Encourage clubs in your league to take part and gain a £200 Jewson credit when they deposti £50. To register click here.


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