Derbyshire County Cricket Club has recorded a profit of over £23,000 for 2012.
The latest figures are welcomed by the club, which saw a challenging 2012 due to a wet summer.
The announcement comes at a pivotal moment in the Club’s 142-year history as Members vote on a new model of governance.
– Simon Storey, Chief Executive
After a very challenging summer for English cricket, in which we were competing with both the weather and sporting spectacles such as the London Olympics and Euro 2012; our financial results for the year are very pleasing indeed.
‘The profit is testament to the hard work of everyone involved and it caps a special year for the county both on and off the field.’