The Hampshire Cricket Board has launched a new survey to discover what players want from the recreational game.

Fair Oak chairman Tony Oxley's controversial recent suggestion that cricket teas should be scrapped to save clubs money and players time attracted several national follow-ups.

Now Oxley, who is also a non-executive of the Hampshire Cricket Board, wants more ideas to improve club cricket in the county via the #MyHantsGameDay survey, from teenagers in particular.

He said: "We have had some excellent feedback and direction from the #MyHantsGameDay survey but need more Under20s and ex players to get involved."

To take part, access the survey HERE