What is Cambridgeshire Cricket Board?

Cambridgeshire Cricket Board is operated by Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited and is part of the family of organisations that exist to make cricket accessible, available and enjoyable for people in the county. It is 1 of the 39 County Cricket Boards that makes up the England & Wales Cricket Board

(ECB) and is responsible for all ECB programmes in the county board area.

Cambridgeshire Cricket Board (CCB), was established in 1996 to promote and develop the game of cricket in the districts of Cambridge City, South Cambridgeshire, East Cambridgeshire and Fenland through the partnership of cricketing bodies and other appropriate agencies.

In 2011, the Board become a Company Limited by Guarantee under the name of Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited.

In 2017, much of the work that Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited (CCB) did was amalgamated into Cricket East which combined Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire into one body which was responsible for Participation and Growth activities and support to recreational cricket. From that point Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited (CCB) only retained responsibility for

Representative Cricket and Performance Pathway Programmes in Cambridgeshire.

As of 1st October 2018, Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited (CCB) made the decision to step away from the Cricket East set up. This meant that all Participation and Growth activities for cricket across the county, that had been the responsibility of Cricket East for the 12-month pilot, would now revert back to Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited (CCB).

Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited (CCB) now has the responsibility for All ECB Participation and Growth activities and support to recreational cricket as well as the Representative Cricket and Performance Pathway Programmes across the County Cricket Board geographical area of Cambridgeshire.

A number of cricket leagues and associations are stakeholders within Cambridgeshire Cricket Board including:

Cambridgeshire Cricket Limited (The County Cricket Board)

Cambridgeshire County Cricket Club

Cambridgeshire Cricket Association (CCA – Senior & Junior Leagues)

Cambridgeshire Youth Cricket Association (Junior Competitions)

ECBCA Cambridgeshire (Coaches Association)

Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire Association of Cricket Officials (ACO)

Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire Grounds Association

East Anglian Premier Cricket League

Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire Premier League

Fenland Trophy

Haverhill & District League

Keeping up with the Socials


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 https://www.cambscricket.org.uk/cambridgeshire-cricket/

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

Friday 10th

Saturday 11th

Sunday 12th

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