The Trent Bridge Community Trust (TBCT), the charitable arm of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club (NCCC) is seeking to recruit aspiring coaches with an interest in gaining valuable experience within coaching and sports development.
The Fast Bowling Directives are designed to raise awareness of the need to nurture and protect our young fast bowlers through their formative years, and have been warmly welcomed by a significant number of coaches and managers. download (201.93k)
Guidance from the England & Wales Cricket Board about a new testing standard for cricket helmets. download (173.84k)
NCB Cricket Strategy 2011-2015
The Cricket Development Strategy of the Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Ltd (NCB), covers the 5 year period 2011 – 2015, and has been developed in response to the ECB?s ‘Grounds To Play’ Strategic Plan 2010 – 2013, and the annual development targets explicit in the ‘Improvement Planning Process’ (IPP). It also represents an integral step in achieving the NCB?s ‘Improvement Action Plan’ (IAP).
Club Funding Opportunity 05/04/2014
The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation has funds available for CASC registered cricket clubs.... more
Trent Bridge Seeks Volunteers for India Visits 01/04/2014
Trent Bridge is seeking to recruit a team of volunteers to assist in the delivery of England’s cricketing clashes against India in Nottinghamshire this summer.... more
Is Your Helmet up to Standard? 28/03/2014
Helmets are key to the safety of batsmen, wicket-keepers and close fielders - did you know there is a new British Standard for cricket protective headgear?... more
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