Cricket Collective AwardsRecognising those volunteers who give their time to the game of cricket.
Opportunities to nominate volunteers for the ECB Cricket Collective Cricket Awards will reopen during the 2024 summer.
The ECB Cricket Collective Awards aim to reflect the achievements and efforts of the cricket community in their work off the field and provide you with a fantastic opportunity to nominate and recognise the volunteers who make cricket possible.
To say a big thank you to all those who have gone above and beyond in 2023, we will invited all nominees and a plus one to a Royal London Cup game at the Seat Unique Stadium on August 22nd. Check out the video below and news story here, which captured the celebratory event.
Gareth Dawson / Workforce Development Officer
Additionally, he will support the Gloucestershire Association of Cricket Officials (GACO) in developing an Officials Strategy that aims to grow the number of officials across the game. Increase the number of courses that are available to potential officials and work with GACO to transition volunteers from ‘course takers’ to ‘standing officials’.
Support the Gloucestershire Grounds Association in developing a programme of activity that supports ground staff across each year. Coordinate and manage both national and local Reward and Recognition events for all groups of volunteers. On top of practical delivery in schools, he will work with teachers to enhance their cricket delivery and work with universities/colleges to provide opportunities for students to gain qualifications and coaching experience.
Gareth is a Liverpool FC fan, a big follower of cricket around the world and plays his cricket at Hatherley & Reddings.