Cambridgeshire Cricket is fully committed to making cricket a welcoming, safe and inclusive sport for young and old.

Our County Safeguarding officer, Jamie Rice leads on Safeguarding for Cambs Cricket and is there to support clubs in fulfilling their safeguarding responsibilities but all staff and volunteers have a role to play to make cricket safe for all.

The ECB’s policy for Safeguarding Children in cricket is called ‘Safe Hands’. To access this as well as the ECB’s Safeguarding Adults policy and all guidance and procedures including the ECB Safeguarding kitbag use the following link

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) – The Official Website of the ECB

 The ECB Safeguarding ‘Kit Bag’ is particularly useful for clubs and is organised into four headings:

  • Policy including a template Safeguarding policy for clubs to produce their own
  • Guidance with numerous guidance documents to assist and support clubs in fulfilling their Safeguarding responsibilities
  • Templates a range of template documents for use by clubs to make it easy to produce their own policies, posters and forms to promote Safeguarding
  • ECB Regulations a link to a page covering various safety regulations to protect young people in cricket

The page also has links to guidance for what to do if you have any safeguarding concerns.

If you have any safeguarding enquiries or concerns please email

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County age group fixtures are back again this weekend with a busy Sunday for our teams!

Good luck to all involved!


We are pleased to announce that we have launched a new logo and a new website for Cambridgeshire Cricket over the past few weeks

To read more about this please visit

It's Here! Good Luck to all our clubs starting @allstarscricket & @DynamosCricket this weekend

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