Cricket Wales

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Entrance to the SWALEC Stadium.

Cricket Wales (Welsh: Criced Cymru) is the national governing body of cricket in Wales.

It is an umbrella partnership body comprising the Welsh Cricket Association, Glamorgan Cricket, Wales Minor Counties, the Welsh Schools Cricket Association and Sport Wales. It regulates the sport of cricket in Wales and organises competitions up to national level.

Cricket Wales is based at the SWALEC Stadium, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.

It is affiliated with the England and Wales Cricket Board and is one of its Cricket Boards, alongside the English counties.[1] The ECB Association of Cricket Officials (ACO) has (alongside Cricket Wales) also a single association for Wales, which is one of five regional bodies (in England & Wales).[2]

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  1. ^ ECB Archived 2015-02-25 at the Wayback Machine. Cricket Boards, List of
  2. ^ Wales ACO