DRAKES League clubs will be put under the microscope during the next three weeks.
Officials are keen to ensure that standards of facilities are being maintained and improved upon.
Delegates at the League council meeting were informed that checks will be carried out before June at every venue.
Roger Peaker, on behalf of the Ground and Facilities committee, said all clubs in the Drakes Premiership, Frank Platt Championship and Cedar Court Conference would be inspected.
“We will be in touch with each club before we make our visit to make sure we can carry out a thorough check,” he said.
The League are inviting clubs to submit articles for their website, which is now up and running again after a re-vamp.
Officials are keen to keep the format as up-to-date as possible, but they also want extra information from clubs as cricket supporters from all over the country use the League site (as well as that of the Examiner) to keep in touch with what’s happening in the Drakes ranks.
Mirfield, formed at their current Memorial Park home in 1952, have been accredited with the prestigious ECB (England & Wales Cricket Board) Clubmark status.
This award is achieved after a rigorous assessment and monitoring process conducted by ECB representatives to ensure players can develop in a well-coached, safe environment.
Mirfield committee member Kevin Bell said “This award is a testament the hard work and effort of all at the club and builds on the extremely successful junior academy launched in 2008.”