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2019 Club Accounts Published

2019 was another good year financially for Somerset County Cricket Club.

The latest accounts show that the Club once again achieved a strong pre-tax surplus of £301,145, compared to £300,806 in 2018, plus an EBITDA of £593,861, up by £65,768 on 2018.

Commenting on the accounts, Honorary Treasurer Nick Farrant said: “The 2019 financial year was one of investment and change.

“The ambition of the Club remains to provide financial results that will enable us to further develop the Cooper Associates County Ground and other facilities, to reduce the levels of debt, to continue to invest in cricket, and to inspire the South West community within which we are proud to operate

“The outlook continues to remain positive with the Club receiving further financial injection in the 2020 financial year in respect of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, the Club’s share of funds arising from “The Hundred” competition and also the updated Country-Wide-Agreement with the ECB.

“We have secured an excellent squad for the foreseeable future and are currently undertaking the recruitment of a new CEO. The executive team, with the support of myself and other Committee Members, are building a detailed budget and a focussed business operational strategy for the next five years with a focus on our three key “pillars” of Cricket, Venue and Community.”

Click here to view the full 2019 accounts

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