ABOUT THE LV= INSURANCE PRIDE OF CRICKET AWARDS

Do you know a grassroots cricket hero? Now is the time to get them the recognition they deserve.

Nominations for the LV= Insurance Pride of Cricket Awards 2022 are open in six categories, highlighting the extraordinary stories of dedication, compassion and inspiration across the club and community game in England and Wales. 

The categories open are as follows:

LV= Pride of Cricket Award: An award for lifetime contribution to the grassroots game.

LV= Club Hero: An award for contributions to the club game which go way above the call of duty. Anyone of any age can be nominated for this award.

LV= Young Hero: An award for exceptional contributions to cricket among the under-18 community. Anyone nominated for this award must have been under the age of 18 on April 1, 2022.

LV= Fundraising Hero: An award designed to showcase feats of charitable brilliance. Anyone of any age can be nominated for this award.

LV= Community Hero: An award designed to highlight the work of individuals, groups, programmes and organisations to extend cricket's reach in the community - this could be through charities or schools, for example.

LV= Media Hero: An award designed to showcase the very best of cricket in the world of old and new media - this could be use of social media, improvisation, podcasting, or use of live streaming, for example.

The winners of the 2021 awards were announced on October 1. Click here to read their stories.

LV= INSURANCE PRIDE OF CRICKET AWARDS: CATEGORIES

The LV= Insurance Pride of Cricket Awards are split into six categories, each relating to different aspects of the game, and we are asking the public to nominate those individuals or groups who are most deserving of recognition.

The categories are as follows: Club Hero, Community Hero, Media Hero, Fundraising Hero, Young Hero and the Pride of Cricket Award.

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