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Somerset KO Cups Finals Day- 8th August

The Three Somerset KO Cup Competitions have reached Final Stage! Find out with teams in the Finals Day on Sunday 8th August

First Women’s Hardball Cricket Festival of 2021!

On Sunday 25th July Somerset Cricket Foundation hosted their first women’s Hardball Cricket festival of the summer at Weston-super-Mare Cricket Club. The event, the first in the county to take place this year due to Covid and the weather, was well attended with 4...

Nominations Now Open! Grassroot Cricket Awards 2021

Somerset Cricket Foundation are now accepting nominations for the Grassroot Cricket Awards 2021.

NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN FOR THE COACH AWARDS 2021

Nominate that special coach or club today for an ECB Coach Award.

COVID-19 Step 4 Guidance for Cricket in England

On Monday 19th July, England will move to step four of its roadmap in easing Covid restrictions and as such the ECB has now released updated guidance reflecting changes to outdoor recreational cricket guidance. This means that almost all legal restrictions of social...

Latest News from the Somerset Cricket Foundation

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ECB playing survey 2020

Inspired to play grant

Calling all clubs! The ECB have released a funding package to encourage clubs to offer cricket to new players later this summer.

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Change of name and legal status!

Somerset Cricket Board has become Somerset Cricket Foundation and is now a charity. For the reasons why please read on..

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Get your child into cricket this summer!

All Stars (5-8 year olds) and Dynamos (8-11 year olds) centres are now taking bookings across Somerset, don’t miss out!

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About Somerset Cricket Foundation

We are here to facilitate the playing and improvement of recreational cricket in Somerset as well as positively impacting our communities through cricket. This involves working in close partnership with many organisations and individuals as well delivering courses, programmes and projects. Our main areas of focus can be broken down into the following five categories:

Clubs

Supporting and inspiring clubs and leagues is at the forefront of our operations.
Relevant web pages: Club Development, Youth Cricket, Adult Cricket, Associations

Community

We deliver Cricket for Good programmes to make a difference in the community.
Relevant web pages: Disability, Street Cricket

Courses

We run courses for volunteers at clubs to develop as well as coaching courses for children to enjoy and improve.
Relevant web pages: Education courses, Children’s coaching

Schools

We run a significant schools coaching programme to inspire the next generation to say “Cricket is a sport for me”.
Relevant web pages: Schools

Associations

Our Associations support individuals who are critical to the running of the game.
Relevant web pages: Coaches, Groundsman’s, Umpires & Scorers.