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Naturally, players talk and thus what club cricketers in Yorkshire earn floats into the ether and beyond. I’ve heard £10,000 a season bandied about and a few clubs believed to have wage bills of £75,000-£90,000. Without digging into accounts, it’s hard to substantiate but then the sums don’t actually matter.
Bromley Cricket Club is a private multi-sports club providing excellent facilities for over 500 members who want to play cricket or other sports. Everyone is welcome, from beginners to top quality players. Bromley BR1 3AS 020 8460 0281 Old Actonians Cricket Club The Old Actonians Cricket Club is considered to be one of the best venues in West London.
Managed Migration in Club Cricket (Overseas Players) Back in September 2016, Paul Bedford, National Participation Manager (Leagues and Competitions) for the ECB wrote to clubs advising that the Home Office had spoken to ECB regarding non-European Economic Area (EEA) players entering the UK using the Standard Visitor visa.