Each of these districts has a District Development Group who work with local clubs, leagues and individuals to develop and promote cricket locally .  

What is a Cricket District Development Group (DDG)?

A group of people who come together to volunteer time and energy and take an ACTIVE part in the development of cricket, particularly junior cricket, in their local District.

Who is involved in DDGs?

  • Cricket Club Representative
  • Cumbria Cricket Board member
  • District Development Officers
  • Junior Team Managers
  • District Team Managers
  • Cricket Coaches
  • Competition Managers
  • League representatives  
  • Partnership Development Managers
  • CSP (Cumbria Sport)
  • Local Authority Sports Development Officers

Aim of DDGs?

"To increase participation and improve the standard of cricket within the local community by producing and co-ordinating a Local Community Development Plan and sharing good practice, resources and ideas"

Cumbria Cricket Board has 6 District Development Groups:

Allerdale, Barrow, Carlisle, Copeland, Eden, South Lakeland.  

If you wish to find out how to contact these groups or attend their next meeting please contact Bob Simpson ( Director of Cricket) who wil be pleased to help you find an appropriate contact in the group. Bob can be contacted via 07785 722252 (Mobile) , 015395 60066 ( Office ) or email:bob@cumbriacricket.co.uk