They are all dedicated to supporting Glamorgan Cricket and the future of the game in Wales.
The St. Helen’s Balconiers is a supporters’ organisation dedicated to supporting and celebrating all aspects of Glamorgan cricket, and at the same time ensuring the continuation of first-class cricket in West Wales.
The Balconiers continue:- to organise the annual Swansea and West Wales Cricket Festival at St. Helen’s.- to run a programme of residential tours to Glamorgan’s away County Championship matches.- to recognise outstanding individual performances through our end-of-season awards presentation.- to support and celebrate all aspects of Glamorgan cricket.
Membership is only £5 per person and this helps the Balconiers to preserve first-class cricket at St. Helen’s, hosting the Swansea and West Wales Festival every year.
If you would like to be a member and be part of securing future cricket at St. Helen’s and supporting the Festival events, click HERE.
The Glamorgan Followers were formed in 2007, as the brainchild of Mr. David East, a former President of Glamorgan County Cricket Club.
It has over 200 members and provides Glamorgan County Cricket Club fans who live away from the area with the opportunity to be associated with the County.
The Followers objective is to provide financial support for Glamorgan County Cricket Club and, since its inception in 2007, donations have included:
The Tony Lewis GatesThe Glamorgan Followers ClockA contribution towards the Media Centre and National Cricket CentreSponsorship of match ballsDonations to players' development and benefit yearsA contribution to an Academy tourA sound system in the Wild Water Lounge
Membership of the Followers remains at a reasonable £24.00 per annum. Members receive a club tie or scarf.
If you wish to join the Followers, please telephone 029 2086 7975 or email email@example.com
The Glamorgan Travellers have followed Glamorgan home and away for 16 seasons, and in 2019 are the proud sponsors of Kieran Bull and Jack Murphy.
They have previously sponsored a number of young players over the years, including Kiran Carlson and Lukas Carey in 2018.
You can follow them on Twitter here.