The ECB have today announced that no professional cricket will be played in England and Wales until at least July 1 and that the suspension of recreational cricket due to the COVID-19 pandemic will remain in place until further notice.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the ECB board yesterday who say that the season remains subject to ongoing advice from government and health experts.
It means that all Gordon Rigg Bradford Premier League matches up to the end of June have been cancelled.
League officials revealed in last week's newsletter to clubs that they have a number of fixture models for July and August starts and will continue to refine these.
It is the league's aim to provide a guaranteed amount of competitive cricket to all clubs if and when the Government's health officials and ECB deem it safe to do so.