Date: 30th Jun 2022
L&DCC is not responsible for Third Party websites

TODAY'S FIXTURES and UMPIRES.

Date: 23rd April 2022

Plus ECB Covid Update for this season.

Premier division

Birkenhead Park vs Newton Le Willows Alistair Davies Steve Edwards   Formby vs Orrell Red Triangle Chris Dunn Chris Spencer  Leigh vs Northern Steve Beswick Craig Parkinson Ormskirk vs Wallasey Ian Laurence Phil Luxon Rainhill vs Southport & Birkdale John Farrell Martin James Wigan vs New Brighton Paddy Brown Peter Crook

Division 1

Colwyn Bay vs Spring View Ian Craven Dave Scrutton Bootle vs Caldy Chris Williams Dave Wood  Liverpool vs Lytham Gareth Townsend Lol Watts  Northop Hall vs Fleetwood Hesketh Norman Edwards Neil Galbraith  Rainford vs Ainsdale Chris Burns Jasmine Naeem Sefton Park vs Highfield John Lawton Richard Selkirk

Division 2

Alder vs Old Xavarians Arthur Ashley John Dickinson  Parkfield Liscard vs Hightown St Mary's Dave Halewood Joe Parsons Prestatyn vs Maghull Pete Haslam Dave Laybourne  St Helens Town vs Wavertree Royal Rajan Wayne Vernon  Sutton vs Norley Hall Les Knowles Ian Wainwright 

 

CLUBS and PLAYERS please see below from ECB RECENT ECB COVID UPDATE to Clubs and Leagues

On 1 April, the Government’s guidance on COVID-19 measures for grassroots sport participants and providers was lifted. To align with this policy change, ECB has also removed any cricket specific guidance relating to COVID-19. As such, clubs and leagues will no longer be required to follow any protocols aside from the single piece of public health guidance issued by UK Health Security Agency.

This good news means we have the green light to return to business as usual for the 2022 season. However, we continue to encourage players and volunteers in the game to be responsible and considerate to others.

Practice Good Hygiene

·     Continue to follow good hygiene practices to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. For example, keeping your venues clean and avoiding the sharing of water bottles or other refreshment containers.

·     As a proud Community Cricket Partner of the ECB, Lifebuoy is pleased to offer a heavily subsidised range of hygiene products to help clubs across England & Wales safely return to recreational cricket [Click Here to stock up]

Ensure Proper Ventilation

·     Ventilate your indoor spaces by opening windows and doors and using suitable mechanical ventilation where available.

·     Show Respect for Others

Show Respect For Others

·     Continue to be respectful to individuals at higher risk who may still wish to minimise their contact with other people. For example, by not shaking hands before games or physically distancing, or expecting umpires to accept clothing or hats on the field of play

If you have Covid symptoms, consider getting tested and avoiding any unnecessary contact with your fellow club members

 

Back to top