Players Seek Changes in #MyHantsGameDay Survey

765 players set out how they want their cricket to change

765 current and ex players completed the 10 question #MyHantsGameDay survey, with results showing a clear desire to change.

Following on from the 2016-17 league AGMs and subsequent team withdrawals from the Hampshire Cricket League, the Clubs and Leagues Forum (consisting of leagues, officials, cricket board, county club) set up a Working Party to try to establish what players want from the game.

Working Party chair Tony Oxley, chairman of Fair Oak Cricket Club and director of Hampshire Cricket Board, presented the results to 200 representatives of over 60 clubs at The Ageas Bowl this week.

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The survey results are with the league committees and the Working Party will discuss the next steps and further action for the 2018 season. It's vital that players ensure THEIR views are represented by those voting at EGMs or AGMs.

Tony Oxley, Chair (Clubs & Leagues Forum Working Party)

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