Knife ban at Eastern Counties
The Eastern County Cricket Association will be hosting the first round of the Eastern Counties Cup on Saturday at St David’s County Cricket Club.
The ECCA would like to inform the public that, like Cup Match, no knives will be allowed inside the grounds on the day.
We ask that any food that needs to be cut is bought pre-cut. All vehicles entering the grounds of St David’s County Cricket Club will be liable to be searched.
In addition, all bags and coolers will be searched upon entry to the field. If any knives are found during the searches they will be confiscated.
The ECCA would also like to inform the public that we have secured Clearwater Middle School for parking for the match. We would like to inform the public that the police will be ticketing vehicles that are illegally parked along St David’s Road.
The ECCA asks for patience when entering the field as there will be longer waits then normal as the security process is completed.
Please be reminded our patrons safety is paramount as we want everyone to enjoy the game in a safe atmosphere.
• Press release from the Eastern Counties Cricket Association.
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