LMS - how it works
Please find information on how Last Man Stands works.
The LCB are currently working alongside the ECB to develop new initiatives for wider recreational cricket to ensure that more adults are participating in the game. Last Man Stands in an ongoing initiative that is supported fully by the ECB and is growing ever popular in the North West. Our main focus is to retain adults in the game as well as finding new participants and bringing back lapsed players. Last Man Stands is the perfect initiative to help us to increase adult participation in Lancashire as it is rapidly becoming one of the most popular recreational forms of cricket.
A recent feature in The Metro Newspaper provides a good insight and explains how LMS works. Please visit their website to read the full article at the following link: I don’t like cricket, I love it! Last Man Stands hits game for six.
For further information on Adult Participation please contact Jasmine Titmuss (Adult Participation Officer) on 0161 282 4029 or [email protected].
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