Stephen Parry Completes Survey
Lancashire’s left arm spinner, Stephen Parry completes the National Cricket Playing Survey to have his say on the recreational game.
The Lancashire Cricket Board is calling all recreational cricketers to complete the National Cricket Playing Survey, which aims to listen to those who are involved in the game to help shape the future of grass-root cricket.
Last year more than 21,000 current and former players responded to the survey nationally – the first of its kind and the LCB is already acting on the comprehensive and wide-ranging feedback received from local cricketers.
The National Cricket Playing Survey, now in its second year has already had a huge impact to recreational games as Clubs & Leagues across the County are introducing new formats, rule changes, different start times, shorter travel distances to matches and greater opportunities for Women, Girls and people with a disability to play.
So whether you play regular cricket each weekend or you support your local Cricket Club, the Lancashire Cricket Board wants you to have your say and influence the recreational game.
By completing the survey you will have the chance to win prizes including signed bats, shirts and pairs of tickets to an England v India Royal London One Day International.
So if you are aged 14 or above and have an interest in cricket, help shape the recreational game by making sure you have your say.
Visit www.ecb.co.uk/playingsurvey2014 to take the survey.
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