ECB 100-Day Response to ICEC Report; A Cricket Wales Statement


Cricket Wales fully supports and endorses the response issued by the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today, Monday 25th September, following the publication of the Independent Commission into Equity in Cricket (ICEC) report three months ago.

The significant work undertaken, and the initiatives and investments already announced by the ECB, since the end of June 2023, clearly signal and underline cricket’s commitment to continue - and accelerate - transformational cultural change across the game in England and Wales.

Our Board and Executive remain resolute in our stated goal to ensure that Cricket in Wales is a place where everyone feels they are respected, belong and are treated fairly

You can read more about our progress, and recognition for our efforts, over the last 10 years here

As a reminder, any concerns of discrimination to which you have been subjected, or have witnessed, in cricket can be reported at this link.  You can report what you have experienced or witnessed anonymously by entering [email protected] in the email address field.  If you do wish to be identified and / or contacted in relation to what you have experienced or witnessed, please include your name and contact details. 

Cricket Wales will treat any reports submitted to us with the utmost seriousness, and we will ALWAYS deal with substantiated issues robustly and proportionately. 

Cricket Wales looks forward to participating in the next phase of ECB action plan development, remaining at the forefront of the delivery of new, or enhanced, initiatives in recreational and community cricket, and playing the fullest possible role in cricket’s continued positive evolution over the coming months and years.





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