Welcome to the SCB Publications' Page
Welcome to the section of the site dedicated to SCB publications. This purpose of this section is to provide all with an interest in cricket across the county with access to various publications created by the SCB. Communication between ourselves and our audience is key and in 2011 the brand new SCB Newsletter was created to inform and update Shropshire cricket fans/parents/players/coaches etc.
With a wealth of important information. You will also find included in the download section of this page an SCB feedback form. The way we as the SCB operate is based on the needs of clubs and those involved in cricket and we do appreciate your constructive feedback as to how we can work together to move things forward.
Contact Ian Gregory for further information: 01952 265676 | Email Ian
The brand new SCB newsletter was created and published during the 2011 summer. The newsletter includes up to date information about Club and County news, in particular reports on County Age Group games and performances, club reports, coaching updates… basically any cricket news that we feel is important and relevant to you.
The SCB newsletter is mailed out weekly during the cricket season and then bi-weekly once the season closes. The most recent copies of the SCB newsletter can be found top right, within the Download section. Below, are the archived issues available for download as PDF files.
Issue 1 - Issue 2 - Issue 3 - Issue 4 - Issue 5 - Issue 6 - Issue 7 - Issue 8 - Issue 9 - Issue 10 - Issue 11 - Issue 12 - Issue 13 - Issue 14 - Issue 15 - Issue 16 - Issue 17 - Issue 18 - Issue 19 - Issue 20 - Issue 21 - Issue 22 - Issue 23 - Issue 24
The SCB in partnership with Kidz in Sport and with support of affiliated clubs publish a directory which covers vital details such as club committee members/contacts, county age group fixtures, details of SCB officials and County Age Group squads.
Current Directory - Available as PDF download
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