In these very hard times, what on earth will happen to our county cricket clubs during this coronavirus crisis.? No season equals no money for our English game. The likes of Kent and all their recent money troubles, not to mention the smaller counties such as Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire and Glamorgan. I would not want to see any of our eighteen counties go to the wall but it is in these hard times that clubs must come up with a means to survive. In other words, think outside the box. I am worried for family and friends during this surreal period but I'm also concerned about our summer sport and the thought of no season at all affects our mental wellbeing too. As for cricket income and the future of cricket, well it could be said that the coronavirus killed our county game as we know it now to a more diluted cricket season in future years. Dark days indeed.
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