Officials at Corbridge Cricket Club say it will bounce back after its facilities were virtually destroyed in the December floods.
The club is situated close to the River Tyne which overflowed as a result of Storm Desmond.
The club estimates it will need between £15 - 20,000 just to to get back up and running but the overall repair bill is expected to be much higher.
It describes the response from local people and the wider cricketing community as 'fantastic', with offers of support coming in from many sources.
The club has been on its riverside site for more than a century. It was also flooded in 2005.
It has just a few months to have the pitch and other facilities ready for the start of the 2016 season.
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