Five club proposals to revitalise cricket in Hampshire grew out of Hampshire Cricket Unleashed events in autumn 2016 and the #MyHantsGameDay survey in summer 2017.
According to Survey Monkey's response rate calculator the survey would produce the same results 19 times out of 20 to within a 3% margin of error.
The findings also mirror 110,000 National Cricket Playing Survey responses since 2013 which include 3,500 from Hampshire.
Clubs will vote on the proposals at the Hampshire Cricket League AGM on Thursday 15th February at The Ageas Bowl (730pm in the Ageas Suite, 2nd floor, Shane Warne Stand).
FIXTURES: From season 2019 each division will consist of a maximum of 10 teams playing each other home and away
Proposer: Fair Oak, Seconder: St Cross Symondians
START OF PLAY: Start times in all divisions to be 1pm (with flexibility to start later or earlier by arrangement)
Proposer: Sparsholt, Seconder: Southampton Travellers
PLAYERS (Trial 2018): Players may transfer in Regional Divisions on a loan basis to assist short-handed clubs
a) Players of any age may participate in the loan scheme
b) Only players aged under 16 or over 50 (as at 31 August the previous year) may participate in the loan scheme
Proposer: New Milton, Seconder: Hook and Newnham Basics
DURATION OF PLAY: Regional Division 3 only: 35 overs entitlement to each side
Proposer: Lock's Heath, Seconder: Bransgore
WIDE BALL: Law 25 of the current rule of cricket apply except in Regional Divisions where wide balls will only be re-bowled in the last over of each innings. Each wide ball will count as 2 runs (extras)
Proposer: Portsmouth and Southsea, Seconder: Old Tauntonians and Romsey
Hampshire Cricket League Committee Proposals
The league's management committee are also making proposals which can be downloaded here.