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Women's Cricket

Derbyshire Women are an elite team led by the Derbyshire Cricket Board. As well as the Women’s team, the Club also have a number of teams in different age groups ranging from 11 to 17 year olds. Details of all of Derbyshire Women’s fixtures in 2015 can be located HERE on the Derbyshire Cricket Board website.

Briggs of Burton – Official Partner of Derbyshire Women’s Cricket

At the start of April, the Club launched its #WereBackingTheBid campaign for Derby to become a host city for the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2017. The Club unveiled a set of giant cricket stumps, manufactured by Briggs of Burton, on the gateway to the city on the Pentagon Roundabout as part of the bid.

Stainless steel specialists Briggs of Burton are a preferred partner of Derbyshire County Cricket Club and are an official partner of Derbyshire Women’s cricket.

The stumps are be funded by local businesses and private donors who have each pledged £500 to become part of the #WereBackingTheBid campaign and be involved in the development, unveiling and publicity surrounding the sculpture as well as featuring on the Partners Plaque.

Derbyshire County Cricket Club would like to thank everybody connected with Briggs of Burton for their continued support.

For more information about Briggs of Burton, stainless steel specialists, please visit www.briggsplc.co.uk.

 

Women's Open Day

 

Want to attract new members to your local cricket club? Clubs across Derbyshire will be hosting a Women’s Open Day on Sunday 23 August to get more girls and women into cricket.

The Open Day, which will be held in partnership with Derbyshire County Cricket Club and Derbyshre Cricket Board, will be an opportunity for girls and women of all ages and abilities to take part in a fun-packed day with the chance to play at a local cricket club.

Clubs will have the opportunity to attract new members and to raise the profile of Women’s Cricket as part of a fantastic social event at your club.

The day, which will be FREE to attend, will include an introduction to the sport, games of cricket rounders and refreshments will be available.

Any local cricket club that elects to host an Open Day will automatically be entered into a prize draw with prizes including a club Guard of Honour at a Derbyshire fixture, coaching equipment, coaching clinics and a gas barbeque.

Under-16s who choose to come along and join their local club will receive FREE Junior Membership at Derbyshire Cricket Club in 2016, while over-16s will receive two FREE tickets to a Derbyshire fixture in 2016.

Clubs wishing to sign up and host a Women’s Open Day on Sunday 23 August can contact Richard.Wood@dcbcricket.com for more information.

 

The giant stumps unveiling

 

Mayor of the City of Derby, Councillor Paul Pegg, members of the Derby City Council cabinet and Lord Lieutenant Willie Tucker were on hand to officially unveil the landmark set of giant stumps on the Pentagon Roundabout. 

The giant stumps, that measure six meters in height and weight over 1.8 tonnes, were manufactured by stainless steel specialists Briggs of Burton and were installed last Friday.

At the start of April, the Club launched its #WereBackingTheBid campaign for Derby to become a host city for the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2017. As part of the announcement, the Club unveiled their plans for the set of giant cricket stumps to be installed on the gateway to the city on the Pentagon Roundabout.

Over 60 local businesses have since thrown their support behind the project, each donating £500 towards the stumps and the Club’s bid.  The logo of each business that has pledged their support has been placed on a large plaque that is situated to the side of the stumps and in the entrance to The 3aaa Pavilion.

Derbyshire Chief Executive, Simon Storey said: “We are very grateful to all local businesses who have come forward and pledged their support for our exciting World Cup bid.

“The giant stumps demonstrates our commitment – together with our partners – to the City of Derby as a great place to live, work, enjoy sport and as a great destination for visitors from across the world.

With the business community coming together to deliver the giant stumps, we will be in an exceptionally strong position to demonstrate that the whole City is behind the ICC Women’s World Cup when the opportunity to submit our bid arrives later this year.”

There’s still time to pledge your support and back the bid. Please contact Maxine Holtam on 01332 388 121 or email maxine.holtam@derbyshireccc.com.

For further information about Women’s Cricket, please email: richard.wood@dcbcricket.com

 

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