HUNTERS ECB Yorkshire Premier League North 
The Yorkshire Premier League North cricket league is committed to protecting its members’ privacy. This notice which explains what information we collect about our players and officials, how we use it, and your rights. The Yorkshire Premier League North (‘the League’) is the data controller of the personal data collected by the League in connection with League administration and surveys, and the League website. 
About us 
The Yorkshire Premier League North organises open age league and cup competitions for its member clubs mainly in the North and Eastern parts of Yorkshire. We are the data controller for the purposes of data protection law and can be contacted as follows: 
The personal data we may process 
We may process the following categories of personal data: 
• Name (and any ‘known as’ name) 
• Contact details (eg address, telephone number(s), email address(es)) 
• Club, team, county cricket board, league or other cricket organisation (as applicable) 
• Role at club, team, county cricket board, league or other cricket organisation (if applicable) 
• Age or date of birth 
• Gender 
• Nationality, ethnicity and other equity and inclusion questions (if applicable) 
• Cricket skills and experience (if applicable) 
• Details of injuries (if applicable) 
• Eligibility to play or participate (if applicable) 
• Immigration status 
• Social media posts 
• Each club/team/competition played for/in (if applicable) 
• Matches attended (if applicable) 
• Details of any consents given or withheld (if applicable) 
• Actions advised to protect the individual in respect of the use of protective equipment 
• Conduct issues, including reports of incidents 
• Grievances/concerns raised 
• Evidence of grievances/concerns/incidents (including any video evidence) 
• Comments of or statements given or submissions made by the individual 
• Criminal offence(s) (if applicable) 
• Breaches of general conduct regulations 
• Breaches of ECB anti-discrimination code 
• Actions and decisions taken 
• Information in match officials report(s) 
• Sanctions and penalties imposed 
Where we may get your personal data from 
Examples of where we may get personal data about you include: 
• yourself 
• Play-Cricket 
• another Club, team, County Cricket Board, League or other cricket organisation (as applicable) 
• statements/submissions in disciplinary cases 
• other disciplinary officers/bodies/panels 
• appeal bodies/panels 
• Other participants, witnesses, spectators, complainants 
• Social media 
• Family members, in particular, in the case of juniors 
• umpires and other match officials 
• team captains/coaches and the management team 
Automated decisions about you 
We do not make any solely automated decisions about you. 
Our purposes for processing your personal data 
• Compliance: ensuring compliance with ECB regulations and policies including general conduct regulations, 
disparity policy and, where relevant, anti-corruption code 
• Participant and spectator welfare: dealing with any safety concerns, incidents and complaints 
• Disciplinary purposes: administration for disciplinary purposes and regulatory enforcement 
• Safeguarding 
• League statistical record-keeping 
• Equity & diversity surveys 
Our legal basis for processing your data 
The law sets out the potential legal bases for processing personal data. These differ depending on the nature of the 
personal data. The data processed by the League is defined as ‘ordinary personal data’ in the UK GDPR. There are two legal bases for processing ordinary personal data that apply to data processed by the League: 
• Article 6 (a) Consent: where the individual has given clear consent for us to process their personal data for a specific purpose (for example to publish club or officials’ contact details) 
• Article 6(f) Legitimate interests: the processing is necessary for our legitimate interests for example, player registration, safeguarding issues, disciplinary issues. 
To whom we may disclose your personal data 
Other than data published by the League where content has been given so to do, data will be shared only with the ECB, YCB and other leagues where necessary in connection with legitimate interests such as: 
• Player transfers 
• Disciplinary issues 
• Safeguarding issues 
How we will hold your personal data 
Contact details of club officials and umpires within the League are maintained by the LEB secretary and administration manager on a spreadsheet on secure private (non-network-linked) computers and devices, and are shared within the League with officials only in accordance with the above. We will keep your personal data for as long as we need it for the purposes set out above, therefore this period will vary depending on your interactions with us. We will not hold data for longer than is required for legitimate 
League business as described above. 
Whilst we do everything within our power to ensure that personal data in our possession is protected at all times, we cannot guarantee the security of the information that has been transmitted to us. 
The League uses its Play-Cricket site to communicate with players and officials belonging to the clubs within our league, and to record match statistics, in accordance with the Play-Cricket privacy statement 
Who’s the Umpire 
The League uses the Who’s the Umpire site to notify umpires’ appointments and to collect match reports from captains and umpires in the top divisions. The information obtained from reports is summarised and published by the League. The Privacy policy for Who’s the Umpire can be found at 
Your legal rights over your personal data and complaints 
Where you have given your consent to any processing of personal data you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time. If you do, it will not affect the lawfulness of any processing for which we had consent prior to your withdrawing it. You also have the right of access to your personal data and, in some cases, to require us to restrict, erase or rectify it or to object to our processing it, and the right of data portability. To exercise your rights or if you have any concerns or complaints about how we are handling your personal data please, please contact us at You can also lodge a complaint at the Information 
Commissioner’s Office. 
Contact Us 
If you have any queries on any aspect of our Privacy Policy, please the administration manager at 
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