• EWCT Small Grants, supported by Waitrose

    EWCT Small Grants, supported by Waitrose

    We are pleased to announce that the 2015 England and Wales Cricket Trust Small Grant Scheme, supported by Waitrose is now open to applications.

    Affiliated clubs will be able to apply for between £1,000 and £4,000 towards their project, or which they will need to fund a minimum of 10%. Click 'Continue Reading' for full information and examples of what can be applied for.

  • CGA Spring Workshop

    CGA Spring Workshop

    Following on from the bumper year of Institute of Groundsmanship courses in 2014, we are starting 2015 with an opportunity for some informal training based at Rainham Cricket Club. 

    You do not need to have a formal qualification to attend this course, it is open to amateur groundsman and professionals alike. 

  • Jewson Privilege Account - Apply Now!

    Jewson Privilege Account - Apply Now!

    The Jewson Privilege Account returns for 2015! If the club deposits £50, they will be credited an additional £350 to spend in store, all as part of NatWest CricketForce.

    To access this micro-grant, you will need to first register for NatWest CricketForce, upon completion you will be able to apply for the Jewson Privelege Account.

  • Could you be crowned Top Gun of Kent?

    Could you be crowned Top Gun of Kent?

    Supported by Kent speedster, David Griffiths our team of Community Coaches will be touring the Secondary Schools within our Chance to Shine programme to unearth Kent's "Top Guns". 

    All of our Satellite Cricket Clubs which are funded by Chance to Shine are about taking Cricket to state schools outside of academic hours, with the purpose of spreading cricket in whatever form gets young people interested.

  • Chance to Shine begin 2nd Innings!

    Chance to Shine begin 2nd Innings!

    Chance To Shine has unveiled their new chief executive, mission for 2020 and a new brand as the charity celebrated its tenth birthday at Lord's last night.

    Kent Cricket community director Andy Griffiths and women's captain Charlotte Edwards were in attendance as Luke Swanson was revealed as the charity's new chief executive.

  • Vlog 2: Meet Andy Griffiths

    Vlog 2: Meet Andy Griffiths

    Our second Video Blog comes from Community Cricket Director, Andy Griffiths. In this edition Andy gives you a whistlestop tour of the changes to Kent Cricket and Kent Cricket Board throughout 2014 and looks ahead to some of the key points of 2015.

    If you have any queries around what you have seen in this video, please email communityadmin.kent@ecb.co.uk or call the office on 01227 473618.

  • EWCT Small Grants, supported by Waitrose
  • NatWest U19 Club T20 2015
  • National Showcase Lands in Kent!
  • CGA Spring Workshop
  • Recruiting: Community Cricket Coach
  • Jewson Privilege Account - Apply Now!
  • Notification of Kent ACO AGM
  • Could you be crowned Top Gun of Kent?
  • Chance to Shine begin 2nd Innings!
  • Vlog 2: Meet Andy Griffiths

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"Two million children are playing cricket today thanks to our Chance to Shine schools' cricket campaign." 
Click here to see the impact that it has had in Kent.

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