Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket

Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket

‘Raising funds to improve cricketing opportunities for young people in Norfolk’

Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket have charitable aims to raise funds to finance opportunities for young people to participate in the game of cricket, irrespective of background, gender, race, ability or physical status.


FoNYC currently support Norfolk Cricket in the following areas:


Norfolk Cricket Board, via the Chance to Shine programme, actively promotes the game of cricket in both primary and high schools across Norfolk. FoNYC offers further support to schools, where necessary, to ensure school competitions are fully supported. FoNYC will consider applications from schools in Norfolk to assist with the purchase of equipment and kit, or to cover relevant expenses, such as travel.

Club Youth Sections

Small grants are available to clubs to promote youth festivals, sustainable coaching qualifications and genuine hardship applications for kits and equipment. Building on the success of girls County Age Group cricket, FoNYC are supporting girls’ cricket at club level and are keen to assist clubs with the introduction of girls’ teams.


FoNYC are keen to support cricket played by young people with disabilities. Norfolk Cricket Board currently run a number of initiatives for disability cricket and FoNYC will consider individual or group applications for financial support and assistance.

County Age Group

FoNYC will continue to support CAG cricket, where required. Currently, FoNYC sponsors a CAG team and more recently the U13’s tour to Cape Town. Individual hardships requests, via the Board, will also be considered for any CAG player.

Donations & Contributions

Contributing to Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket is a great opportunity for cricket lovers to show their support for the future generation of young cricketers in Norfolk.


To set up a standing order please click on the relevant article below.

For more information regarding Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket please email:

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Rocklands Cricket Club successfully applied for a Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket grant to host a Primary School competition this summer. Read the full report now and also find out more about the FONYC today.


Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket Online Donation
The Norfolk Cricket Board have now set up an online payment system where you can make an online donation to the Friends fo Norfolk Youth Cricket. Donate today and help Norfolk Youth Cricket!


Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket Standing Order Form
The Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket charity raise funds to improve cricketing oppurtunities to young people in Norfolk cricket. Please help them today by setting up a standing order.


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Friends of Norfolk Youth Cricket Annual Newsletter 2014
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