Kent Cricket Board and The County Club are running a One Game event at Canterbury on 23rd March...
Date: Saturday 23rd March 2013
Venue: the St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury
Time: 10.00am to 15.00pm
This event celebrates Kent cricket across all ages and abilities and the part that all those involved in the game play to create success.
There will be something for all cricket fans from clubs, schools, coaches, groundsmen, charimen, secretaries, treasurers, fundraisers, bar managers, volunteer coordinators, cricketers young and old.
There is a packed programme including equipment demonstrations, supplier stands, support and advice on how to sustain the game and our clubs.
Speakers on the day include:
What is One Game?
One Game is an ECB campaign to ensure that the game of cricket is open to as many people as possible, regardless of age, race, ability or gender.
Aims of One Game
- Ensure cricket in England and Wales is accessible to all communities
- Ensure that ECB policies and practices at every level of the sport are open, transparent and inclusive
- Ensure a welcoming atmosphere at international and domestic cricket matches, and at all cricketing activities across the country
- Demonstrate that whether the game is played in the street, playground, stadium, park, or club - it's still One Game