Derbyshire CCC members forum to take place via videolink
Derbyshire County Cricket Club’s first Members’ Forum of 2020 will take place via video link, on Sunday 19 April; 10am start.
The opening forum of 2020 was due to take place prior to Day One of the County Championship match versus Leicestershire at The Incora County Ground.
While that fixture is currently postponed and The Incora County Ground remains closed as the club closely follows government guidance, members will still be able to raise questions to the Supervisory Board.
The forum, which is exclusive to 2020 Members, will provide an opportunity to receive updates on all club matters from Chief Executive, Ryan Duckett, and members of the Supervisory Board, including Cricket Advisory Director, Colin Tunnicliffe.
Chief Executive, Ryan Duckett, said: “This is a challenging period for everyone and it is important that we keep in contact with our Members and supporters.
“There is much uncertainty surrounding this season, but by carrying out forums such as this, we are able to keep Members informed and discuss matters on and off-the-field as we look forward to what we hope will be a return to cricket this summer.”
2020 Members will receive an email with further detail, including how to submit questions in advance and necessary software to join the forum.
It is currently uncertain when the cricket season will resume and the ECB has pledged cash support for both counties and district club sides across the country.
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