After The Game

See what Charlotte Edwards has to say

The game is over but there are still a number of jobs to do.

Once these jobs are done you can enjoy that post-game drink and look forward to the next game. This section will help you and your team to manage these key tasks and help keep everyone happy throughout the season.

Jobs To Do

Still a number of jobs to do

  • Clearing the ground and collecting the boundary markers and flags.
  • Covering the pitch to be played on the following day.
  • Packing away any ground equipment.
  • Cleaning the changing rooms and showers.
  • Checking availability for the next game.
  • Cleaning up any debris or unwanted materials from the pitch.
  • Cover the ground if wet weather is expected to ensure it's ready for the next game.
  • Store any equipment used in a safe place.

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  • Find a fixture, ground or player

    The ECB has launched an online service to Find a Fixture, Ground and Player.

    • Find a Fixture will assist teams in arranging fixtures.
    • Find a Ground offers clubs to search for available grounds to host a fixture or hiring out their own facilities.
    • Find a Player will help an individual get back into cricket or for the club to field a full team.

League Rules

We all need to work together to
Get The Game On

1 in 2
players

say they have seen games
cancelled or abandoned that
could have been played.

Thanks to the players and umpires for their common sense and perseverance against the weather to #GetTheGameOn today

Good game @baggiescricket yday. Well done for #GetTheGameOn – would have been easy to call it off when the downpour came

Huge win in a brilliant game aginst @Sutton_CC 172-8 played 173-8. Over 100 overs in the day! Well done umpires! #GetTheGameOn

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