What is vCricket?
vCricket is an initiative aimed at helping our grassroots clubs find more volunteers. The programme is particularly focused on young people aged 16 to 25, as this group are vital in the future success of community clubs. There is such an array of opportunities linked to every club that there are jobs for people with a wide range of skills and experience levels.
To make a difference to your club Visit ECB vCricket or contact club and programmes officers Eric Woodmason (North): 07554 452 227 or John Peplow (South): 07939 143 528.
Are you 16-25 volunteering within cricket? Want some free stash?!
The vCricket Awards provide an opportunity for you to receive rewards for volunteering within your local cricket club.
25 Hours gets you a certificate of recognition and a vCricket/ECB polo shirt.
50 Hours gets you a certificate of recognition from the ECB and a vCricket/ECB hooded top.
100 Hours gets you a personal letter of recognition from the ECB’s head of vCricket and a limited edition ECB silver pin badge.
All you have to do is record your volunteering hours and ask a senior member ideally a volunteer coordinator at your club to sign them off.
To register with vCricket Awards please either contact Eric or John on the details above.