The Norfolk Cricket Board is fully committed to supporting all Clubs in the County to increase the numbers of volunteers in the game without whom the game would not survive.
Volunteers play a vital role in the maintaining and running of Club Cricket. The NCB work directly with clubs to tailor plans and developments to increase the quantity of volunteers at clubs and we offer full support in making this happen, via club meetings, email support and follow up phone calls.
Volunteering in Cricket is very rewarding and can be anything from coaching, officiating, groundsmanship and many other roles within cricket clubs who will be happy to get you involved.
Without our fantastic army of volunteers, cricket simply wouldn’t exist. Here you can find guidance on how to recruit more volunteers for your club or team.
Please click on either link below for further information on Volunteering, the roles undertaken and how to get involved. Alternatively please contact Neil Irons (NCB Volunteer Development Officer) for further information.