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What's happening up at Enfield
Learn more about what's happening with the team and how the season is moving forward. All the news for every team from the Junior Dragons through to the First IX.
On behalf of the Committee of Enfield Cricket Club, I wanted to share an update on the club given the current Coronavirus, which is sweeping the World at present.
Whilst we appreciate that the health of our Members, Players and Sponsors is of paramount importance right now, we also believe that we need to plan ahead to keep the Club strong once this nightmare is over.
At the present time, it makes sense to continue “paying the bills” as not to do this is only going to put the issue back to another day. It is fair to say that some of our suppliers have been amazing which will certainly stand us in good stead as we move forward.
The ECB has suspended all cricket at present although they have confirmed that ground staff can continue to look after Club facilities if it is carried out under the Government's guidance.
Further to this the Lancashire League have announced that cricket will not commence until the beginning of July at the earliest and even then will not take the guise of two divisions as we know it. Details of this announcement can be found on the League website www.lancashireleague.com
To assist with the club cash flow and help us through the current headache it would be most appreciated if any member would be in a position to pay their subscriptions. The membership books are ready and printed but cannot be delivered due to the current Government rules on staying indoors.
Membership fees are £40 for a ground member, £25 for a pensioner, £60 for a playing member (over 21 years old), £40 (18-21), £30(11-17) and £20 (under 11).
You will also be aware that this Month’s Platinum Club draw has been put back given the Coronavirus situation and will be drawn as soon as this has passed. To that end if you do not have a number and would like to participate then the cost is only £10 per month. Full details and application can be made on the website www.enfieldcricketclub.co.uk and any support would be welcomed.
Any payments for the above can be paid straight into the Clubs account (Account details available on request)
We are totally committed to seeing the club through this situation and will continue to work towards the Government advice along with supporting the ECB and Lancashire League in whatever decision they make for the future of cricket this year.
Here’s hoping for some great weather and cricket later this summer but in the meantime and most importantly, please stay safe and look after yourselves and loved ones in this strangest of times.
As always, your ongoing support is most appreciated.
UP THE FIELD !!!
With the season looming, the lads have been working hard in the winter nets getting ready for what should be an exciting season. With a new PRO and a couple of familiar faces returning, the squad is shaping up nicely.
As proved last season the 2nd division is a very competitive league, with everyone beating each other, however I feel we are in a stronger position for this coming season to kick on and really push for not only for promotion but to also be division champions.
Hopefully we get plenty of warm sunny weather and look forward to seeing our supporters and sponsors throughout the season.
End of May Platinum prize draw
5 BIG PRIZES with the first prize of a massive £1000. Come watch us on youtube on the 31st of May
Corona virus puts league on hold
Unfortunately our league game have gone on hold for the foreseeable future. It's at this time we need you, our members, our supporters and our friends to step up and help us. Please look at joining our Platinum club, when our season restarts come to the games, enjoy our function nights or just giving us some help when we need it.
Team table produced with data from lancashireleague.com
(please visit their site for the latest general league news)
Dane Vilas refused to dwell on what his current Kolpak status means for his chances of playing in The Hundred next year after admitting the financial impact of this summer's postponement was "a hard to pill to swallow".
The above news is provided by the Lancashire Evening Telegraph