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Her Game Too Cricket are pleased to announce that we are joining forces with Essex County Cricket Club, the latest First-Class County to pledge their support for the campaign. 

Our alliance with Essex CCC marks a momentous step for Her Game Too Cricket, as we continue working with clubs, organisations and individuals across the game to fight against sexism and misogyny, making cricket a safer and more welcoming space for all.  

In partnering with Her Game Too Cricket, the county are affirming their commitment towards promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion within cricket and taking a stance against sexism/misogyny within the club and wider community. 

An official statement from Essex club reads: “Within the partnership, the Club is committed to working with the campaign to achieve the mutual aims of increasing women and girls’ participation and championing female role models. 

The partnership will also extend to the local community, with an aim of tying it in to the work already being done to promote women’s safety and encourage the growth of women’s recreational cricket. 

John Stephenson, Chief Executive at Essex Cricket, said: "We are very proud as a club to partner with a trailblazing organisation like Her Game Too. 

The women’s game in England has grown exponentially over the last few years, and we remain committed to ensuring that continues as we move forward. 

This partnership underlines our continued dedication to promoting, growing, and championing women and girls’ cricket, and we are excited about the future with it in place.” 

To read the full statement and to learn more about the partnership, you can visit the Club’s website: 

Her Game Too Cricket’s Ambassadors for Essex, Serena Mahandru and Noor Talib, are delighted to have the club on board with the campaign. 

Serena said: “I’m incredibly pleased that Essex CCC are partnering with HGT. 

As a female fan, it’s great to see Essex’s commitment to supporting Women’s cricket and ensuring a safe space for their female fans”. 

Noor added: “I'm very excited that Essex CCC are partnering with HGT. 

This is a great chance for the county to push the inclusivity and involvement of Women and Girls playing cricket." 

Her Game Too Cricket are thrilled to be able to support the county club’s drive to make cricket a truly inclusive sport. We are excited to work together and be a part their journey. 

Essex County Cricket Club have a dedicated system in place for reporting any incidences of discrimination within the county. 

If you experience sexism/misogyny at Essex CCC or within the county, Essex Cricket has a confidential email address - - for reporting discriminatory instances. 

Alternatively, if you would like to register your concerns anonymously, the Club has an anonymous reporting facility. 

You can also report discrimination, including sexism/misogyny, via a form on the Club’s website – FORM - or through the ECB’s reporting channel – HERE. 



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