State schools unsure of cricketing future

“Government spending cuts mean that School Sports Partnerships, in place since 2000, and covering every state school since 2006, is being dismantled.

Hundreds of teachers and sports development professionals will lose their jobs, leaving a generation of children, to arrange their own cricket.”

Crispin Andrews investigates the uncertain future of cricket in state schools following government spending cuts. The latest issue of The Cricketer is available in shops now or subscribe here.

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