Devon County Seniors Cricket Club

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ECB Roadmap for the return of Recreational Cricket steps 1 - 5

ECB guidance steps 1-5  for the return of recreational cricket...use this link  DCB website...

England v West Indies this Wednesday July 8th...How to follow on the BBC

Live TMS radio & text commentary on every match on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra & BBC website. Highlights each day on BBC 2...This is the first time the BBC has shown home  'Test Cricket'  since 1998.

Shobrooke Park CC has been donated an Electric Scoreboard

When cricket resumes, Shobrooke CC will be basking in the joys of a new electronic scoreboard, which will no doubt delight our scorers Geoff Coish & Pete Gascoigne & Co when they eventually find themselves there. The 2nd XI scorer, Lyn Crosland, has generously donated a mobile scoreboard to the Club. Operated via WiFi & with its own power supply, it can be set up in sight of the scorebox, and be visible all round the ground. Being mobile it can be stored safely at the end of each game. It is an optimistic sign that even Division C Clubs, are happy & able to invest in the future of Club cricket.

Paul Berman

Mens County Cricket gets the go-ahead to start on AUGUST 1st

New fixture scedule to be published early July...see BBC website for more details...

Could County Cricket be the first to allow spectators to attend live matches?

Director of Cricket at Sheffield Collegiate, Nick Gaywood asks "If the BARS can open on the inside, why can't we play CRICKET on the outside"... fair point?

Or has it been tarred by the Prime Minister commenting that a cricket ball is a "vector for disease" ...

Bring back club cricket!

On a normal summer Friday night, Sheffield Collegiate, the club which produced England batsmen Joe Root and Michael Vaughan, would be packed full of about 130 boys and girls trying to imitate their heroes. Instead the scene is a very different one, the coronavirus pandemic having brought about a peculiar-looking summer and the Government deciding, for now, to keep recreational cricket's return on ice.

“It's really frustrating,” Nick Gaywood, the club's director of cricket, says. “Kids are missing out on a year - maybe their last year in an age group or before they go away to university. It is just a real shame.”

Like other cricket clubs throughout the land, Sheffield Collegiate have adapted as best they can. The club has run regular quizzes; WhatsApp groups have shared fitness and cricket practice tips....

View original article at telegraph.co.uk

Cricket Clubs in Devon benefit to the the tune of £600,000 emergency funding

More than £600,000 has been allocated in emergency funding for Cricket clubs in Devon, during the Covid-19 crisis...see DCB website for more details...

WANTED: Able-bodied and talented cricketers aged 48+ for your Counties National Championship for O'50's 1st & 2nd XI's, O'60's 1st & 2nd XI's, 67+ XI & Sunday & Mid-Week Friendly XI. To discuss membership, please contact one of our Club's Officers, on the Contacts page.

Peter Shephard & Dave Gambie with Keith White MBE, Managing Director of 'Michael Spiers', Devon County Seniors Cricket Club's major sponsor 2018 and onwards.