Every cricket club has its own hero: men, women and children without whom the operation simply could not function. This is your chance to get them the recognition they deserve
Nominations are now open for the 2022 Pride of Cricket Awards, with entries able to be made until September 1.
Every cricket club has its own hero: men, women and children without whom the operation simply could not function. This is your chance to get them the recognition they deserve.
The Cricketer and LV= Insurance have teamed up to present the LV= Club Hero, an award for contributions to the club game which go way above the call of duty.
Do you know someone who has single-handedly renovated ailing equipment?
Is there a member of your club responsible for launching youth or women's sections?
Is there someone without whom your club could not have navigated the pandemic?
The LV= Club Hero award is open to anyone of any age.
Nominations are open from May 26 and will close at noon on September 1.
To make your nomination, simply fill out the form below. You will be asked to write up to 500 words explaining why your nominee should win, and you can include pictures and videos to support your case.
Last year's LV= Club Hero was awarded posthumously to Jim Burroughs of Billingshurst CC in Sussex, for his incredible dedication to the club over 30 years.
To read Jim's story, and watch the video tribute to his life and achievements, click here.