Women's cricket is growing rapidly in Dorset. Last summer there were lots of festivals at local clubs. Players ranged from girls aged 12 to a grandmother over 70 who proceeded to whack the ball for six !
The festivals are Softball Cricket and this year some clubs have also entered a softball league too. Festivals are held at local clubs on Sundays and aim to have a fun, friendly , family atmosphere. The rules of Softball cricket are different to hardball cricket and they allow players to learn the skills of cricket whilst playing games. For example, if you are bowled out you would not stop batting  but just lose runs from the team total. 
This survey is designed to see if we can attract more women and girls to the game because local clubs are looking for more female members. 
Please read further and if appropriate leave your details, so that we can link you to a local cricket club. 

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Watch the video from 2017. 
This could be you this summer. 

If you continue with this survey we are going to ask for your contact details. Please indicate whether you are happy for us to share your details with local cricket clubs. 

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* 2. Further cricket information is always available via  Women and Girls Information page or by emailing katrina.cole@dorsetcricketboard.co.uk

To continue with the survey please select statements that apply to you. You may tick more than one.

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* 3. Please fill in your details below

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* 4. Please select your age bracket

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* 5. Do you currently play any other team sports for a club?  Please select

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* 6. Research has shown that women are more likely to attend a sports club if they know someone else that attends. Could you get a group of friends interested in playing cricket with you ? Please tell us if you could share this survey link via email or social media to other women or girls you think might be interested. What media would you use to spread the word?

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