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LWC Drinks Ltd Sponsor LCB Knockout Cup

The Lancashire Cricket Board is delighted to announce that LWC Drinks Ltd based in Manchester have agreed to sponsor its flagship competition the LCB Knockout Cup. The cup will now be called LCB Knockout Cup supported by LWC. ... Full story

Greenmount CC Decide to Join GMCL

Greenmount CC have made the decision to join the Greater Manchester Cricket League in 2016. Read full statement from the club here. ... Full story

Astley & Tyldesley CC Apply to Join GMCL

Astley & Tyldesley Cricket Club have announced that they have applied to join the Greater Manchester Cricket League (GMCL) for 2016 and beyond, in what the club feels is the most exciting of times for recreational cricket across Greater Manchester ... Full story

LCCC Foundation going ‘batty’ in support of local clubs

Our Partners at the LCCC Foundation are launching a new scheme for junior cricket clubs. ... Full story

Play-Cricket Honours Board

Play-Cricket this season are to publish and acknowledge exceptional player performances from clubs locally and nationally. ... Full story

Greater Manchester Cricket League Prospectus Launched

The Launch of the Greater Manchester Cricket League Prospectus for 2016 took place at Emirates Old Trafford last night (Thursday 30th April at 7:00pm) in the Pavilion (Member's Suite). ... Full story

Waitrose Club Open Days

Registration is now open for cricket clubs across the country to take part in the 2015 Waitrose Club Opens Days. ... Full story

Making the Most of Twitter

This brief guide is intended to help clubs make the most of their Twitter account to engage with players, supporters, sponsors and the local community. ... Full story

CASC Rules on Cricket in England & Wales

The impact of the ‘new’ Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) Rules on Cricket in England & Wales. ... Full story

NatWest U19 Club T20 2015 is coming to Lancashire

The NatWest U19 Club T20 is a new, vibrant competition that lets young players take ownership in their club. This is about keeping U19 players in club cricket and giving them the cricketing experience they want – fast lively matches, played with and against their friends, a great social atmosphere and a chance to make the club look and feel different for one night a week. ... Full story

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