The Cricket Supporters Association (CSA) is a fully independent, democratic, not for profit organisation which has been established to give all cricket fans a voice and have their rights represented.
A central pillar of giving fans that voice is their annual survey, the fifth edition of which will be launched this month having started in 2017. Tony Bishop @tonybishop1 meets Becky Fairlie - Clarke, co – founder of the CSA to find out two things:
- What has changed over the 3 previous issues and most importantly, what impact has it had and why cricket fans should ensure they take part
- What are the key issues to be covered in the survey and how can cricket fan’s still shape those?
The survey has grown in reach, depth and relevance since its launch and Becky explains exactly how the supporters voice on key issues gets to leading authorities in the game.
If you want your voice heard and feel that there is something vital to be included in the next edition of the survey, you can go here: www.cricketsupporters.com/haveyoursay or you can email the CSA here: email@example.com
But hurry, as the survey will launch in the third week of March.
You can keep up to date with the CSA on Twitter too @yourcricketsa