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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has launched the first ever national survey of recreational cricket throughout England and Wales.

The survey will give club cricketers the opportunity to have their say on all aspects of the recreational game and influence its future development.

Devised as part of the ECB's new strategic plan, Champion Counties, the survey is designed to give ECB a greater understanding of how best to serve the needs of recreational and grassroots cricketers at all levels.

The findings will support ECB's wider plans to invest more than £96m into community cricket over the next four years across all its 39 County Cricket Boards in England and Wales.

ECB Chief Executive David Collier said: "It's vital that our recreational game continues to grow so we can nurture the next generation of potential England stars and maintain cricket's position as the nation's number one summer sport.

"There's never been a better time to be involved in cricket with more opportunities to play the game than ever before for girls, women and disability cricketers as well as men and boys."

Entitled The National Cricket Playing Survey, the online questionnaire takes approximately ten minutes to complete and can be accessed here: www.ecb.co.uk/playingsurvey.

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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has launched the first ever national survey of recreational cricket throughout England and Wales. The survey will give club cricketers the opportunity to have their say on all aspects of the recreational game and influence its future development.
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