The Yorkshire Cricket College is delighted to announce a three-year partnership with SCL Education to become the college’s new live streaming partner.

Already the college’s official education provider, this further partnership with SCL will facilitate the live streaming of college matches throughout the summer, showcasing best of college cricket against a range of opposition.

Founded in 1999 and with 20+ years’ experience in inspiring, engaging and educating communities across the UK, SCL Education Group are a leading provider of education through sport and workplace development provision, and an Ofsted registered sports activities and childcare provider.

The Yorkshire Cricket College, based at Emerald Headingley Stadium is for students aged 16-18 years old and offers 2-year, level 3 qualifications with pathways to university, apprenticeships and careers. Combining sport and education in a unique environment, the college caters for a range of academic and cricketing abilities.

Outside of the classroom and training setting, the Yorkshire Cricket College provides unique personal development opportunities through extracurricular qualifications, work experience and volunteering at major events across the summer.

For more information about the college, go to

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