We stand against discrimination in all its forms and are committed to ensuring that cricket is a game for everyone. If you have experienced or witnessed discrimination you can report it through the ECB’s website.
Discrimination of any kind is unacceptable. If you are aware of or witness discrimination at any level of cricket in England and Wales, we want to hear from you. Whatever discrimination you are aware of or have witnessed, your report will be reviewed and dealt with by the relevant cricket organisation. Reporting discrimination will help us to ensure cricket is a welcoming, inclusive, and diverse game for everyone.
How to report discrimination
You can choose whether to report discrimination anonymously or alongside your name and contact details. Only by working together with players, spectators, coaches, officials, and clubs can we make the progress cricket deserves.
What happens when you make a report?
Every report we receive is reviewed by the ECB in order to determine who should deal with the report. Where the concern raised is a matter for the ECB to investigate, the ECB will investigate. Where the concern raised relates to other cricket organisation(s) and is a matter for such other cricket organisation(s) to review and/or investigate, we will share the report with the relevant cricket organisation(s) so that they can review and/or investigate the matter.
Any reports will then be triaged by the ECB and investigated by the relevant cricket organisation.
If you have any questions or queries about Discrimination, would like more information or would like to make a report, please contact Board Discipline Lead Mark Scott directly via the contact details below.
Norfolk Cricket Board Discipline Lead