Cricket clubs must be flexible and change with the times, says chairman
IF cricket clubs can focus on making themselves the heart of their local communities, then the Eden Valley League can not only survive, it can thrive.
That was the message to go out to the league’s annual meeting from acting chairman Keith Richardson, who said that at a time when grassroots cricket was facing many challenges, regionalised leagues and clubs had the qualities, the opportunity and the ability to ensure a positive future.
Flexibility and being prepared to change with the times was of vital importance, he said.
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