Recreational cricket is back and we are now delighted to share with you the new plans for NatWest CricketForce 2020!

What does NatWest Cricketforce look like for 2020?

Just like previous years, NatWest CricketForce is all about working towards a common goal but whilst the weather has been our main barrier in the past, this year we’ve got social distancing to contend with.  As a result, NatWest CricketForce will look a bit different this year and will take on three parts.

Equip your club with PPE

Celebrate your return to cricket

Bring the community together

  1. If you sign up to NatWest CricketForce here, you’ll receive a safety package filled with hygiene and cleaning equipment including face-masks, hand gel, disinfectant spray, disposable gloves and disinfectant wipes to help ensure your facilities are ready for the weeks and months ahead.
  2. All clubs will receive weekly communication from us providing hints, tips, links to fundraising initiatives, NatWest financial advice and how-to guides on the best way to get cricket played again this summer. We’ll also be profiling stories from clubs across the county on how they’ve celebrated the return of cricket so we want to hear from you! Share your stories on social media to be in with a chance of winning signed merchandise, sent directly to your club
  3. As and when the UK Government advises us that it is safe to do so, we want to enable you to host a weekend in bringing the community together, reflecting and celebrating on this extraordinary season, and looking ahead to 2021. We’ll share more details of this when we’re able.

What do I need to do now?

Registered Clubs

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Correct as of 10th March 2020 and will be updated when we get an updated list from ECB