PSUK Cricket Appeal to Female Staff
Police Sport UK Cricket currently incorporates the National side British Police Cricket Club and the National Knockout Annual Championship.
BPCC was founded in 1973 and continues today in the format of an Annual Tour where 50 over fixtures are played against the Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, Club Cricket Conference and a 1st Class County 2nd / Academy XI.
The Team has also played T20 fixtures against the Services.
In 1975 the Knockout Championships were introduced.
The Competition is open to ALL Forces in the UK whether single, joint or “Regional” teams.
2018 saw 20 teams entered with 25 forces being represented.
2019 will see an actual reduction in entries to 17 but an increase in Forces represented increased to 29.
AIMS OF POLICE SPORT UK CRICKET
To encourage Police Officers and Support Workers to participate in playing, officiating and supporting Police cricket and to benefit from the resulting social interaction.
Police Sport UK Cricket would like to form a Ladies Section to compete as a National Team and if there is enough support, to form a National Inter Force Competition.
I am therefore appealing to all cricketers who would be interested in becoming involved to contact me at:-
[email protected] or my mobile 07721 954849
You can find out more about the Section on our website British Police CC (Pitchero), on the dedicated Police Section under News at Cricketworld, social media - BPCC (Facebook) and @britishpolicecc (Twitter)
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