As part of our new website, York Cricket Club has allowed the players the chance to explain a little more about themselves.
All the senior players have answered some straightforward questions on their life inside and outside of the game.
Please use the index above to search through our multi-talented squad to find out just what makes them tick on a Saturday afternoon throughout the summer.
It’s the final countdown to the much anticipated Royal London Cup games at Clifton Park on the 3rd & 6th August.
Get your tickets and parking passes early.
All attendees are invited to bring their own seats and choose their favourite vantage point to enjoy the games. A grandstand will also be available.
Tickets for the much anticipated Royal London Cup games at York CC on the 3rd & 6th August are released today.
You can buy your tickets and parking passes from the link below:
Spectators are encouraged to arrive early and are welcome to bring their own seats and choose their preferred vantage point on the day.
Yorkshire CCC will be releasing tickets for the games shortly through their ticket office and website.
Although we are all hopeful no restrictions will be in place Yorkshire are “space planning” the ground at present to assess capacities with and without social distancing.
Their social media will announce when the tickets go on sale.
Players of all ages from York Cricket Cub (YCC) will wear the York Mind logo on their shirt sleeves for the next three summers, hoping to raise awareness for mental health. Dr Nigel Durham, Chairman of YCC, confirmed, “the club are thrilled to be assisting such a revered and important charity promote mental health, and through working as a team with York Mind we hope to help vulnerable individuals, particularly following such recent tough times.” He added, “YCC will be running several raffles in the summer for the charity, but as importantly the club’s focus and ambition is to support people facing mental health or emotional difficulties, and to recognise the value of openness and talking to others.”
A York Mind spokesperson said, “York Mind are delighted to be teaming up with York Cricket Club to raise awareness of the vital mental health support we can provide in York.
As an independently run, local charity, it’s really important to us that people know where they can turn to when things get tough. We are proud to provide a range of free and low-cost support to anyone experiencing mental or emotional difficulties in York.
Whether you are…
…we aim to provide services which will help equip you with the tools you need for good mental health throughout your life.
You can access support from York Mind by self-referral here: http://www.yorkmind.org.uk/refer
We help anyone in York aged 8+, and our services are provided either free of charge (or offered at low-cost).
The first step to making positive changes to our mental health, is creating an environment where openness & sharing of our difficulties is encouraged. We are all on the same team.
Raising awareness of the local help available, together York Mind and York Cricket Club can invite more conversations about mental health, help people get the support they need, and ultimately save lives.”
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