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Player Survey: ECA Senior Competitions

Have your say in the future of the Senior ECA Competiton

Every opinion matters



Player Survey closing soon: Don't miss out on having a say

Last week we invited all current players in the ECAs senior competitions (except VETS) to complete a survey. This initiative is an outcome of a recent meeting of ECA Club Presidents.
The focus of the survey is about the composition of our fixtures - the mix between one-day, two-day and T20 cricket across all grades. Respondents are also invited to answer some other optional questions related to club culture and club allegiance.
We are delighted with the response rate so far, with more than 820 submissions across all grades made to date. Over one third of those submissions contain constructive written feedback in the 'any other comments' section. The average time taken to complete the survey is between 5-6 minutes. It can be easily completed on a phone or tablet also.
If you are a current senior ECA player, and haven't done so already, can I please ask you to take the survey. Your opinion matters and this is an excellent way to help us shape the future direction of the senior competition of the ECA. Your response is anonymous.  Please do not miss this opportunity.  For those players who have already completed the survey, thank you. 
The invitation was sent to the email address players have registered on the PlayHQ system.
For security and integrity reasons, we are not publicising the link to the survey here. If you have not received the email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. from the Comms team to request the link.
We have received queries as to why this survey excludes the Veterans competition, the Junior competition and the Womens competition. The committee of the Eastern Girls and Womens Competition (EGWC) which is co-managed by the ECA and Box Hill Reporter, commissioned a separate survey that was circulated about one month ago.
As for the Vets and the Juniors, these competitions are no less vital to our Association, but the priority of the Presidents from that meeting was for the senior competition. We will be in touch in the future about any futher surveys that may be done specifically for Juniors and VETS.

Kind Regards

Neil Dalrymple,
Eastern Cricket Association