Yorkshire Cricket is delighted to announce that nominations are now open for the newly branded Grassroot Cricket Awards.

Together with ECB these awards have been put together to help recognise and reward all the fantastic volunteers that work tirelessly within our Clubs, Leagues, and cricketing communities.

The roles in which our volunteers take can cover a multitude of positions that are required to enable cricket to flourish and grow. Not all cricket is about what happens on the field but what happens off it also. You may know people who have gone above and beyond or have worked under the radar. These could be pioneers, inspirers and innovators who made a huge impact to the game. We have a number of categories with full details of the criteria available here

You can nominate via the below link which gives you a breakdown of the awards.

Make a nomination

The deadline day for nominations is Friday 6th August. The winners will be invited an event at YCCC in September.

Winners of the ECB Grassroot awards will also be nominated for National awards.

If you have any questions about the awards please feel free to contact: Richard Wilkinson – Head of Region and Cricket Workforce lead [email protected] or 07850928190

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