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Sunday, 5th July 2015

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Cricket Board Chairman Identifies Key Challenges

Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Chairman Tony Palfreman praised the efforts of volunteers and the professional staff at Trent Bridge who support the recreational game in his Annual General Meeting address.

Tony reflected on a year of solid progress as the Board makes moves to raise income and improve opportunities for club cricketers.
 
Further strengthening of the Board's relationship with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and a drive to raise the Board's profile were identified as key priorities.
 
"I am pleased to say that the Board and the County Club continue to be supportive of one another and continue to assist the cause of recreational cricket within Nottinghamshire," said Tony.
 
"There is still more to be done to raise the profile of the Board and to find ways to generate more income but we have a dedicated group of people working to those aims and progress is on-going.
 
Tony highlighted the the issue of payments to players and future financial viability as important challenges to be addressed in the months ahead.

To view the AGM Power Point presentation click here.

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