- WYCL Rules
The fixtures for the 2021 season have now been published here on the website.
This website will be used as the source for the latest version of the fixtures and contacts prior to the transition to the Play-Cricket website.
If you require access to the website to submit results or look up contacts, please contact us with your name, email address and the name of your club, and we will set you up with an account.
Note that user accounts are per person, not per club. A user may be affiliated to one or more clubs, and can manage results for their club(s).
You will soon be able to create accounts directly through the website; watch this space!
On the Fixtures tab in each division you will see a Reschedule fixture link alongside any fixture you can change; this will allow you to alter the date or change which team is the home team (e.g. if you’re reversing the venue for a fixture).
After agreeing a rearrangement with the opposition, please update promptly the date and venue. There is no need to contact the WYCL Administrator.
Please note that we will not be enforcing the 48-hour result deadline this season, which would normally have marked any late results as “Cancelled”.
Club contacts are available here on the website for registered users. Click on any team name, and you’ll see all the information for that team: Fixtures, Results, Location, Contacts. For combined-club teams, you will see the contacts for each of the clubs.
There is now also a central contact listing, available from the main navigation.
Logged-in users can also download a full contact list for the league.
You may now edit your own contact details; but if you see that the information for your club is incorrect, please let us know. We recommend checking the contacts and location map for your club to see if they are correct.
Please also contact us if the site doesn’t seem to be working as it should, or if you have any (reasonable!) suggestions for improvements.
The ECB have published their guidelines on playing cricket in a COVID-safe manner. Please see the links below for details:
They have also published a set of FAQs arising from the guidelines above: