< >
CricketWorld.com, Latest Cricket News & Results
 

Insurance

Cricket Club Insurance: Latest news for 2023 regarding ECB, Howden and Aston Lark

With clubs beginning to think about their financial costs going forward this New Year, Cricket World recently caught up with our Cricket Club Insurance Expert, Colin Mico (Aston Lark) to find out how things are looking for 2023.
6 January 2023

Aston Lark’s prize draw is back: Win £1,000 for your cricket club for the 2022 season

For the third year in a row, Aston Lark is offering cricket clubs the chance to win up to £1,000 towards upgrading their coaching equipment.
24 February 2022

Win up to £1,000 worth of cricket coaching equipment with Aston Lark

At Aston Lark, we feel strongly about giving back to the cricket community.
21 January 2021

High Court finds in favour of Cricket Club Policyholders for Business Interruption losses

Great news for some cricket clubs, sports clubs and businesses, throughout the UK, as the High Court finds in favour of policyholders
15 September 2020

ECB CEO Makes Statement on Safeguarding Future of Cricket

The COVID-19 pandemic has left cricket facing its most significant challenge of the modern era. The game has already lost more than £100m, and the financial impact is likely to be £200m if there is further disruption next year, which many are expecting.
15 September 2020

Aston Lark Prize Draw: And the winner is… Camborne Cricket Club!

Congratulations to Camborne Cricket Club, winner of Aston Lark’s £1,000 coaching equipment prize draw.....
4 June 2020

Are you Organising a Firework Display in November?

If you are, it may be a good idea to check if your current policy provides cover for the liabilities arising from running such an event.
29 October 2019

“Do you consider your club or your business to be at risk of cyber attacks”?

A business is now 9 times more likely to have a cyber incident than they are a break in – Hiscox Cyber Claims Report 2018.
23 September 2019

Have you ever played in a game where one of your team mates or the opposition got injured?

We had a visiting senior public services employee break his leg trying to field on the boundary one week. Very painful and apparently he wasn't covered under his occupational sick pay scheme for his subsesquent loss of wages.
6 December 2017