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ClubMark is a cross-sport quality accreditation for sports clubs with junior sections. According to research conducted by the Northwest Regional Development Agency in 2004, three-fifths (60.5%) of young people belong to a sports club outside school. It is vital that these clubs serve young people well.
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Benefits of Affiliation
Affiliation to the Kent Cricket Board is compulsory in order to clubs to enter a number of leagues, a requirement for the majority of funding streams and can also be required for certain aspects of club insurance. Yet more importantly, the Kent Cricket Board is your local source of information and support for all aspects of being a Cricket Club. For the full breakdown of affiliation packages and to find out which is best suited to your club, please see the download below.
We are constantly looking to add to the ways in which we can support clubs, both in day to day operations of the Board but also through external partners and bodies. Current examples of these include the Groundsmans Association (KCB GA) and the Emergency Fixtures Bureau. Please see additional links below for further information.
Further details and to upgrade your affiliation please Jim Cheeseman or telephone on 01732 455718.
Payments of Affiliation Fees to: -
"Kent Cricket Board Ltd"
25 Lambarde Drive
Kent TN13 3HX
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In disability cricket, there are a few rules and regulations that are specific to the different impairment groups. Where possible the game is played in accordance with the MCC Laws of Cricket but there are some differences which are detailed in the following link - click here
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Funding and Fundraising
We cannot think of a club which doesn't have a need for funding. More is available at the moment than at any other time in cricket’s history. But you have to be pro-active and chase it down. No one will come to you with a present of cash. This is the place to start looking.
Please note that the influence of Kent Sport is limited to the administrative county of Kent, while others are limited to those in the Metropolitan Kent region. The Metropolitan Kent region is further subdivided into Pro-Active East London (covering Greenwich, Lewisham and Bexley) and Pro-Active South (covering Bromley).
Many schemes have other conditions imposed on the type of funding, eligibility and other criteria.
Please see the links below for further details on a variety of bodies who are able to support or provide funing for Cricket Clubs.
For further information and support on Club Development and Funding please contact one of the Cricket Development Team.
What’s it all about?
NatWest CricketForce is an England and Wales Cricket Board volunteering initiative aimed at rejuvenating cricket facilities throughout the country.
NatWest CricketForce encourages cricket supporters, their friends and families to give back to their local cricket club by volunteering to undertake renovation work in club houses and grounds, typically over a specific weekend before the season starts.
Every year the ECB hold at least one National Showcase Club and the Kent Cricket Board also visit a number of clubs to lend a hand with whatever they have identified to tackle within their project. We are always keen to hear from clubs about what they are planning, if you would like any help in the planning process or to be considered for Kent Cricket Board man power, please contact email@example.com
One Day, One Game
The 'One Day, One Game' conference which ran on Saturday the 23rd of March 2013 was a tremendous success, despite the heavy snowfall in the hours leading upto it, adding complication to those travelling from afar. If you were there, then this area of the site will provide you with any information from the day that you might need. If you weren't, first of all see the opening address below which explains the concept of the day, then check out the other pages below to see what you missed out on!
The day was absolutely fantastic and feedback has been phenomenal, please read through the additional pages (below) and utilise the resources, but most importantly make sure you don't miss out on the next one!