HomeCricketVictoria preserves mighty cricket war chest, but for who?

Victoria preserves mighty cricket war chest, but for who?

Cummins acknowledged that much of the financial forecasting upon which CV’s 2020 cuts were based, imagining a 40 per cent drop in revenue, did not turn out to be accurate. At the same time, CV accepted an undisclosed amount of money from the federal government’s JobKeeper scheme.

In reporting a small financial loss for the year, Cricket NSW and its chair John Knox noted the retention of community staff and grassroots participation increases. “After allowing for affected competitions due to COVID-19, registered cricketers increased 3 per cent in NSW in the past season – this is above the results across the rest of the Country,” Knox wrote in the annual report. “Even more pleasing is an 8 per cent increase in registered children, well above the national average increase of 2 per cent.”

Cummins, no stranger to NSW having served as general manager for the Sydney Thunder…

Read more at www.smh.com.au


Most Popular