The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will hold a Members’ Forum on Wednesday 28 September at 9.30am in the Long Room to discuss Sir Andrew Strauss’ recommendations from the findings of the ECB’s High Performance Review

Director of Cricket Darren Gough and Chief Operating Officer Andy Dawson will consult with Members to understand their thoughts on the review and its recommendations.

In addition to this feedback, the Club will also be sending an email survey in the coming weeks to collate further feedback from Members. It is important that the Club represents Members’ voices in dialogue with the ECB, so the Club would encourage Members to actively engage during this process.


Notice of the rearranged date for the recently postponed Extraordinary General Meeting will be communicated to Members soon. The Club will also like to use this as an opportunity to have further dialogue with Members regarding the findings from the ECB’s High Performance Review.

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