Here is this week’s round-up of information for YCSPL clubs. 
 
Covid update. The ECB has now published the Step 4 guidance for recreational cricket. Whilst the guidance removes several current on-field requirements, the League strongly recommends that current practices continue. In any case, the umpires’ associations have confirmed that umpires will not accept caps and items of clothing from players on the field of play. 
 
Cup competitions update. This Sunday, 25 July, the YCSPL T20 Blast second group stage takes place, with the following games: 
 
at Shaw Lane, Barnsley Woolley Miners CC 
Barnsley Woolley Miners v Wakefield Thornes (10.00) 
Barnsley Woolley Miners v Cawthorne (15.30) 
at Northfield Road, Wickersley Old Village CC 
Wickersley Old Village v Tickhill (10.00) 
Wickersley OV v Appleby Frodingham (15.30) 
at Crimicar Lane, Hallam CC 
Hallam v Elsecar (10.00) 
Hallam v Treeton (15.30) 
at Abbeydale Sports Club, Sheffield Collegiate CC 
Sheffield Collegiate v Treeton (10.00) 
Sheffield Collegiate v Elsecar (15.30) 
at Baxter Field, Whitley Hall CC 
Whitley Hall v Cawthorne (10.00) 
Whitley Hall v Wakefield Thornes (15.30) 
at Town Fields, Doncaster Town CC 
Doncaster v Appleby Frodingham (10.00) 
Doncaster v Tickhill (15.30) 
 
Clubs please note - the Umpires fees are £60 each for the day, so each home club will contribute £60, and each away club £30. 
The team at the top of the table after Sunday's games will represent the League in the Area Finals, which will be held at Lincoln Lindum CC on Sunday 1 August. 
The top four teams after Sunday’s games will all go through to the YCSPL T20 finals Day at Doncaster Town CC on Monday 30 August 30th. 
The league tables are on Play-Cricket, and will be updated as soon as the results are uploaded. 
 
Also on Sunday there are two semi-finals in the President’s Cup (1.30 start): 
 
Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds v Kexborough 
Cawthorne 2nds v Penistone 
 
Equity & Diversity Survey. The survey has now been published, and we encourage everyone connected with our clubs – members, players or officials – to take a few moments to complete it. If anyone has any questions about the survey, or would like to discuss anything in connection with it, they should contact the Equity & Diversity Group - equity.diversity@ycspl.co.uk
 
National Village knock-out cup. Houghton Main’s quarter-final against Cheshire & Clwyd regional champions Alvenley could not be played last Sunday due to Covid issues, and Alvenley have now have conceded the fixture. Houghton Main will now play Neyland from Dyfed in the semi-final, which will be played on the Welsh club’s ground on 1 August. 
 
Play-Cricket. Next week is the last week for player transfers. Player transfers must be registered on the YCSPL Play-Cricket website no later than Saturday 31 July. 
 
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