Kent Cricket sets high standards for itself and seeks to achieve them. In turn, we expect our young cricketers and their parents/guardians to meet those standards. It is important that we all know what we are delivering and what is expected of players. To clarify this, parents/guardians and players are required to sign up to a series of Charters.
We explain what our standards and expectation are in two documents:
We also require that all the necessary provisions are in place before any young person can take part in a match or event. Those issues of compliance are dealt with in a Registraton Form which we require Parents or Guardians to complete online.
All this is overseen by Andy Griffiths (Director of Community Cricket), Mark Dekker (Community Cricket Officer - Boys) and Helen Fagg (Community Cricket Officer - Girls).
Here are our policies: