As part of the independent investigation process, the review team at Plan4Sport want to speak to anyone who has been treated differently because of their race or who has faced racism within cricket in Scotland. This includes former and current players, administrators, umpires, staff and volunteers or anyone else who has information or evidence that could contribute to the ongoing independent review of racism in Scottish cricket.

Racism and racial discrimination can take many forms including physical abuse, direct slurs, comparable differing treatment with other groups such as gaining less opportunities, or exclusion based on skin colour or ethnicity.

It doesn’t matter if you believe your experience is in some way too small or insignificant the review team want to hear from you.  Your stories and experiences can help shape the recommendations to improve things. They’ll be treated in full confidence and will not be shared with anyone directly involved in cricket.

Anyone who has been affected by racism or racial inequalities within Scottish cricket should in the first instance contact:

All contacts will be treated confidentially and will be responded to by the independent review team.

The independent review will ensure that lessons are learned and that action is taken to address the issues facing cricket as part of a report set to be published in July this year.