Boundary Risk Assessment

Posted by Website Administrator on 29 April 2015

Cricket has been played on our Lonsdale Road ground since the 1880’s and it has been the home ground of Barnes Cricket Club since its inception in 1919. Over the years, cricket balls have often been hit over the boundary at the ground. However, in recent years it is perceived that there have been an increase in the number of occurrences. 

The committee has commissioned a Boundary Risk Assessment report by the ECB recommended sports consultants, Labosport Ltd.

As a result of this report, the Cricket Club will be taking the following actions which have been approved by the board of our parent club, Barnes Sports Club Limited.…

  1. Erect ball stop netting on the East side of the ground;

  2. Review during the 2015 season the number of balls landing outside the cricket playing area with an accurate count;
  3. Distribute the report to neighbours for comment and participation in the 2015 review.

The full report can be downloaded from member’s area of the BCC website www.barnescc.co.uk/members.

 

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