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cricket_news01WELCOME

to the Parker Building Supplies East Sussex Cricket League Play Cricket website.
Among the objects of the League are: To promote, encourage and foster the playing of cricket, interest in cricket generally and in particular in the County of East Sussex, and to organise cricket on a competitive basis within the spirit of the game.

We have currently 60 clubs in our membership made up from 113 teams in 12 divisions. If you are considering affiliating your own club to our league please contact the Hon. Secretary. If you want to learn more about the individual clubs and teams in our league you may wish to go to our own website which is to be found at http://www.escl.org.uk/index.htm - This is where you can access important messages, read the minutes, consult the fixtures, check your club’s details in the database (which because it is updated every week is always more up-to-date than the printed version), refer to the rules and appendices and much more. Please acquire the habit of visiting www.escl.org.uk regularly and often to ensure that your club has not missed some important announcement. This applies out of season as well as during the summer months.

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East Sussex Cricket League's proposal for the 2017 season

I wish to thank the clubs for responding to the vote in such numbers, even though we are in the closed season.
All of our sixty clubs voted and the outcome is that 40 clubs voted in favour of the proposals, 18 against, two clubs abstained.
That means that the required 60% vote was reached and even exceeded (66.67%).
The committee will now need to consider the administrative implications for the coming season and will then be writing to all our clubs early in the new year.

All sixty of our clubs have voted (FOR 40: Alfriston, Barcombe, Bexhill, Burwash Weald, Buxted Park, Chiddingly, Crowborough, Crowhurst Park, Dicker, Ditchling, East Dean & Friston, Eastbourne, Firle, Fletching, Forest Row, Gildredge, Glynde & Beddingham, Hastings & St Leonards Priory, Hellingly, Iden, Isfield, Kerala Strikers, Laughton, Lewes Priory, Lewes St. Michael's, Linden Park, Little Common Ramblers, Maresfield, Mayfield, Newick, Nutley, Pevensey, Plumpton & East Chiltington, Rottingdean, Seaford, Selmeston & Alciston, Sidley, Tunbridge Wells Borderers, Uckfield Anderida and Wadhurst); (AGAINST 18: Battle, Bells Yew Green, Blackboys, Denton, Hadlow Down MW, Hailsham, Heathfield Park, Herstmonceux, Keymer & Hassocks, Newhaven, Pett, Polegate & Stone Cross, Robertsbridge, Rotherfield, Rye, St Peter's, Westfield and Willingdon), (ABSTAINED 2: Ringmer, Tunbridge Wells CC). THE VOTE IS NOW CLOSED.

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