Raise the bat campaign

We and UWMCC stand with the ECB in their #raisethebat campaign, to thank all of the keyworkers for their continued hard work throughout the pandemic, and for helping us to get back to playing cricket!

See our video showing our support below:


International Women’s Day

We have joined the #EachforEqual movement by striking the worldwide pose for this year’s campaign. This movement is centred on the idea of ‘collective individualism’: that we are all parts of a whole, and small actions can make big impacts on our society. UWWCC support this campaign in the hope that a positive change can be madeContinue reading “International Women’s Day”

Pride Week

In support of Warwick pride, we all came to training in multi-coloured tops, as well as supporting Stonewall’s rainbow laces movement and make sure sport is inclusive and welcoming to all.

Trans-awareness Week

In support of trans-awareness week, we wore pink, white and blue at today’s training session. We stand strong with #teamwarwick to help raise awareness of this campaign and speak out against discrimination. Everyone should be made to feel welcomed and included, both within and outside of sport.

This Girl Can

This Girl Can is a campaign aimed at getting all women active and involved in sports, no matter what their background or ability is. We’re proud as a club to be able to demonstrate the skills we have as female cricketers, as well as push for more girls to get involved in the sport. It’sContinue reading “This Girl Can”

Opening Up Cricket

Huge thank you to Mark from @openingupcricket for coming in today to talk about the importance of mental fitness in sport! Lots of valuable points to take home and implement to improve our performance in cricket and overall well-being 🏏

Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week

This week has been #SexualViolenceAwarenessWeek, and we as a club are showing support for the campaign by joining the movement that #itsnotokay to tolerate any form of sexual misconduct. It can happen to anyone, so it’s important that people know where to turn for help. We had a very informative talk this week from CRASAC – a coventryContinue reading “Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week”


Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.

Create your website with
Get started
%d bloggers like this: