Too much to do and too few volunteers?
Need more players, helpers, coaches or sponsors?
Most community cricket clubs face these same issues - and the first step to resolving them is a simple one.
Raising your club's profile in the local community generates interest, headcount and ultimately revenue.
Not only will we put your club in local and regional papers, but more importantly we will create high-quality content for your website and social media channels as well as 'hyper-local' online news outlets.
Stumped4Words is run by an experienced former Birmingham Mail and Coventry Telegraph sports journalist. He has also been involved in Warwickshire club cricket since 1980.
We therefore understand that this service must be affordable and easy to use - our approach ticks both boxes.
What We Provide
At Stumped4Words, we work hard to offer smart, flexible and affordable services that benefit all our customers.
Browse through our list of services, and call us today for an introductory discussion.
Saturday 1st XI cricket is your club's shop window so telling the world all about it is an essential first profile-raising step.
We provide professionally written match reports - often including quotes from key personnel - then release them to our extensive range of media contacts.
Along with a good quality photograph this hands local, regional and online publications - who often these days have very few journalists to do the job themselves - an eye-catching story for their sports pages.
Starting from as little as £20 per match, and with options to involve existing or new club sponsors, this is not to be missed.
From time to time everyone has a great story to tell.
By ensuring your local community hears it you significantly increase the chances of getting some new faces involved in your club.
Stumped4Words guarantees big stories and exciting news make it to the right people at the right time to deliver maximum benefit.
Prices start from £50 per item depending on workload involved.
Paul is an NCTJ trained journalist who worked on the Sports Desks of the Coventry Telegraph and Birmingham Mail.
He previously spent a season covering Northants CCC for the Press Association.
More recently Paul was Head of Communications at Premiership Rugby club Wasps. He also helped out Coventry Rugby as Interim Media Manager.
Paul's cricket life took in spells as 1st XI captain at Moseley Ashfield and Kenilworth Wardens, where he has spent most of his 41 seasons in club cricket.
He also spent 11 years as club captain of Warwickshire Imps CC and is currently 2nd XI captain of Warwickshire Over 50's.