Emerging Cricket launches on Patreon

Become an Emerging Cricket patron and support independent coverage of Associate cricket & beyond

Enjoying our podcast? Love reading stories like Nishadh Rego’s in-depth piece on the rise of the Thailand women’s team, when Nick Skinner disproved the myth that a smaller world cup would result in more ‘competitive matches‘, or how Steve Menary set out the sad tale of cricket’s fate cricket in Morocco?

Well then, now you can be a critical part of our future by becoming an Emerging Cricket patron!

We have launched our Patreon creator page, allowing fans to contribute to EC’s future by making a monthly contribution, starting at US$2 per month.

Not only will your generous donation help us expand our independent coverage, allowing our main podcast and website to remain available to all (i.e., not behind a paywall or blocked by incessant pop-up ads) but you will also get access to exclusive patron-only content and experiences.

Moreover – sign up in the next month and you will receive a personal thank you note from us along with some of your own EC stickers – as seen on the bats of our Ambassadors, just like Kyle Coetzer seen below!

Scotland captain and Emerging Cricket Ambassador, Kyle Coetzer, acknowledges the crowd after reaching his half century against PNG during the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 hosted in his native Aberdeen 20 August 2019 (ICC/Ian Jacobs)

Already awaiting patrons is our extended chat with acclaimed American cricket journalist, ESPN Cricinfo’s Peter Della Penna. We talk all things USA cricket – using many D-words – in the wash-up of the men failing to proceed beyond the T20 World Cup regional finals in Bermuda and consider the administrative challenges that are emerging under the fledging governing body’s new board and recently appointed CEO.

If, in addition to – or in lieu of – your financial contribution, you would like to be part of EC please drop us an email.

Just click the button below to go to our Patreon page and join those already supporting the EC movement!

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