The Cricket Paper has received the ECB’s Excellent Newspaper Protection of Home Cricket award for the primary time since 2016.
The judging panel commented on our extensive protection of males’s and girls’s cricket including that its “home protection is exceptional whereas additionally giving helpful alternatives to cricket writers younger and extra skilled to advertise the sport.”
ECB Managing Director of County Cricket, Neil Snowball, stated: “These awards have showcased the standard of home cricket journalism for over a decade and I want to congratulate this yr’s winners who deserve their place on the honour roll.
“The depth and expertise of entries for the Christopher Martin-Jenkins Younger Journalist award was significantly putting this yr. The written and broadcast media play a helpful position within the well being of our recreation and it’s pleasing to see so many spectacular younger journalists coming by means of and getting alternatives to do this essential job.”
ESPN Cricinfo’s Matt Curler was awarded the Christopher Martin-Jenkins Younger Journalist of the 12 months.
The Cricketer On-line maintained its grip on the Excellent On-line Protection of Home Cricket award.
The Bolton Information received the Regional Newspaper of the 12 months for the primary time to maintain the award within the north west. The Liverpool Echo have been topped the 2020 winners and have been extremely counseled for its protection throughout 2021.
Adrian Harms (BBC Radio Surrey) was named the Christopher Martin-Jenkins Home Cricket Broadcaster of the 12 months.
ECB DOMESTIC JOURNALISM AWARDS WINNERS 2021
Christopher Martin Jenkins Younger Journalist of the 12 months: Matt Curler, ESPNcricinfo
Excellent On-line Protection of Home Cricket: The Cricketer
Christopher Martin Jenkins Home Cricket Broadcaster of the 12 months: Adrian Harms, BBC Radio Surrey
Regional Newspaper of the 12 months: Bolton Information
Excellent Newspaper Protection of Home Cricket: The Cricket Paper