The numbers: the England and Wales Cricket Trust

The figures behind the charity that provides facilities for playing cricket and encourages other charitable purposes through the playing of cricket

The figures behind the cricket charity
The figures behind the cricket charity

£8.01m - The charity's income for the year ending January 2011, compared with £11.15m in the previous year

£4.45m - The donation received from the England and Wales Cricket Board. Other donations totalled £3.28m

£15.53m - Free reserves at year-end, equal to just under two years' expenditure. This was close to the charity's target - to hold at year-end reserves equal to twice the level of expenditure in the next year, plus the level of interest-free loans to be made to amateur clubs

£5.33m - The amount given in grants by the charity to county cricket boards. The charity also made £1.04m in grants to other cricket boards, and £1.79m to other cricket charities

£2.18m - The amount the trust had loaned to amateur cricket clubs by the end of the year.

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