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Nominate a Club to receive £150

The Nominate a Club Program aims to support grass roots cricket and is managed by Cricket Investoin association with its business partner Wells Farm Fine Foods. The first round of the scheme led to the nomination of 33 clubs in England across 14 counties, one of which will receive a gift of £150  and a donation of the high quality fresh produce from  Wells Farm from the Marquess of Abergavenny's Estate in Kent.  

The officials and members of nominated clubs will also receive gratis a year's subscription to the TheDraft magazine, Cricket Investor's quarterly insight into the World of the Business of Cricket and regular email updates of the work carried out by Cricket Investor and other organisations to develop the game and to empower individuals and communities across the world.

The clubs will be assessed across a number of criteria including the state of the ground, support for womens cricket, children and youth policies, disabled access, sustainability and engagement with the community.

The winner of the first donation in 2020 will be presented by Michael Lambert, chairman of Wells Farms Fine Foods, suppliers of high quality produce to many cricket clubs in England including the MCC and the Lords Taverners.

The winning club will be profiled in the following edition of The Draft after the award.

The cricket clubs currently in the running to receive the first donation are listed below:

Clubs nominated as at July 2020

Langley Mill CC Balcombe CC
Chatteris CC Lindfield CC
Sulhamstead & Ufton CC Plumtree CC
Bournemouth CC Cottingham CC
Purton CC Upwood CC
Felbridge and Sunnyside CC Town Malling CC
Bramley CC Weybridge CC
Sewerby Corsham CC
Notts Unity Casuals CC Pevensey CC
Illminster CC Eastbourne CC
West Chiltington and Takeham CC
Offham CC
Pocklington CC Over CC
The Wimbledon CC Kirby Portland CC
Burgess Hill CC Hellingly CC
Wormelow CC Sarisbury Athletic CC