#GetSetWeekend is designed to bring clubs and local communities closer together, and ensure grounds and facilities are ready for the new season.
You may choose to run your #GetSetWeekend on a different weekend to the national initiative, which is fine. The most important thing is that you use the idea of getting your club together as a means of completing key pre-season tasks and harnessing the benefits and impact of bringing your membership together in a sociable but productive way.
If done well your #GetSetWeekend will encourage cricket supporters, their friends, and families to give something back to their cricket club by volunteering to undertake small or large renovations to clubhouses and grounds. It is a great way to bring the club together and make sure that the club is ready for the new season. How large the project is does not matter, it’s about bringing the club together at the start of the season and finding new volunteers while carrying out jobs that are needed.
We encourage all clubs to register for the #GetSetWeekend and there are often a number of incentives and prizes on offer for registered clubs to win.
More information about the 2024 #GetSetWeekend event will be shared in February 2024.
Scott Tremain / Club Development Manager
Now in his exciting role as Club Development Manager, he is responsible for leading the team of club development staff and working closely with cricket clubs across the county to provide direct support with the aim of creating sustainable clubs for the future. Furthermore, Scott leads youth competitions and the ECB Clubmark Accreditation and sits on a number of GCF Development Groups and Committees.
Scott is a big Plymouth Argyle FC fan and plays his cricket at Dumbleton.