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League Fixtures for 2017 are here.
Saturday Helpdesk (Pre-Match only) number: 07444 322905
A load of photos taken at the 2016 Presentation night are on Facebook here.
The order form for balls for 2017 is here. The League Secretary will update all clubs on the process via a mid-winter Newsletter but basically you copy the form, enter your requirements and send it to Neil Pullen at Readers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Moores, ex-England and now Head Coach at Nottinghamshire CCC will speak at the B&DCL Umpires meeting to be held at Cuckney CC on Saturday 4th February 2017 commencing at 2.30.
All are invited to attend what should be a very interesting meeting.
It's time again for the Club Support New Year Giveaway where 31 lucky clubs will get to start the New Year with a little gift from the ECB and Club Support Team. To go into the draw to win the prizes below, click here.
2 X large flat screen TVs
2 X large fridges
4 X microwaves
5 X £100 Amazon gift voucheres
6 X flat sheet covers supplied by Stuart Canvas
2 X boundary ropes supplied by Durant
10 X First Aid kits
South Normanton CC are looking for a couple of top order batsmen to play in div 4 next season to finish off over winter team rebuilding.
Anyone interested can contact Andrew Coope on 01773 782169 or 07710525110.
THE guest speaker at the January 7 meeting of the Bassetlaw Umpires Association will be PAUL BALDWIN who is on the current first class list. The meeting will take place at the Cuckney Cricket Centre at 2.30 p.m.
Paul was elected to the first class list in 2014 and has created a good impression since moving up the scale. He started umpiring in 2000 and was appointed to the ICC Associates and Affiliates International panel in 2005. Whilst serving on that panel he officiated in 18 one day internationals and 9 Twenty/20 games.
Being one of the youngest umpires at 43 on the first class list there is every chance that he might well progress to the elite list which means he may well be umpiring all over the world in Test Matches.
There are still places available on all the following local coaching courses this winter:
Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Childrens Cricket – Cuckney CC
Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Young People & Adults Cricket – The Minster School, Southwell
3 Childrens CPD Modules, YP & A CPD Modules – Trent Bridge
Specific dates and times for all courses are attached or can be found on the NCB website: http://www.nottscricket.com/page/coach-education/coaching-courses/be-part-of-crickets-future-12010/
To book a place on any of the courses above, please go to our online booking page and select the appropriate course: https://www.clubpay.co.uk/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=368
There is still a bursary available, for anyone who successfully completes a Level 2 course, receiving a 50% rebate, provided they haven’t received for any other coaching bursaries. I have also attached some additional information on ECB courses, which may be useful when choosing the right course or alternatively go to the ECB Coach Education pages for more information: https://www.ecb.co.uk/be-involved/coaching/coaching-courses
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Coming Soon: The future of junior cricket!
Cuckney CC are offering their facilities at special rates to Bassetlaw League affiliated clubs.
Individual indoor Cricket lanes £17 per hour
Individual indoor lanes with bowling machine £24 per hour
Whole hall hire £50 per hour (3 lanes or indoor cricket)
Whole hall hire £58 per hour (3 lanes and bowling machine)
Booking enquiries to Julie Cheetham on email firstname.lastname@example.org or
An announcement from the Nottinghamshire Cricket Board regarding Zing Bails.....
Flashing Zing Bails
It has been brought to our attention that on the packaging of the Backyard Zing bails, the warranty clearly state that it is for use with a soft ball or a tennis ball only.
We have contacted Zing and they have pointed out that the product is a less sophisticated version than the Zing bails used in the professional game, that is it ‘designed down’ to make the product more affordable.
We are therefore banning the bails from hardball league competitions due to the potential safety of players. A version of the Zing bails are currently being developed which will be advertised for use with a hard ball. Cost and sate of release are still unknown, however they won’t be available for this summer.
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It’s that time of year again when clubs are looking to bring in overseas players and start to make arrangements. Many clubs will want the Overseas player to help coach their juniors – which is great as it helps them share their skills, is a boost for the club, and provides professional development and CV building material for the Overseas players, many of whom are young and setting out in life. As with any coaches working with children, the Overseas players must be vetted. Obviously they cannot obtain a DBS certificate as they do not live here.
What they need to provide to us in the ECB Safeguarding team is
The absolute key message is for people to get a Police Certificate before they leave their country. Trying to do this once they are here can take months, and the season is over before the process can be completed. The documents should be sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org inbox at the earliest possible time. We process hundreds of these each season so we do require the documents to be provided correctly as set out in the Non UK Residents Form. The Safeguarding team, once satisfied that the individual may work with children in cricket, will then make a manual entry on the database, ‘vetting’ the individual until the 30th September, that is, until the end of the season.
Please note – no vetting is required for somebody who will play only, but please be aware that many clubs bring players over only to then realise it would be very helpful if they could also coach. It is important clubs who wish to use an overseas player for coaching check that the visa type that player has does permit coaching. Not all visa types allow an overseas player to coach. So for example, someone on a Tier 5 professional player / coach visa can run a formal coaching session whereas someone with a Youth Mobility Scheme or Standard Visitor Visa cannot run a formal coaching session.
Through the NCB clubs can now get a card machine at a very low cost.
With no landline rental and no monthly costs there is just a 1.5% fee for money taken (only £1.50 if £100 is taken). We have negotiated this cheap rate through the NCB and clubs would have to go through us to get this deal. It is already being implemented in a number of clubs who are going to use it for yearly subs, weekly match tax and for using behind the bar.
It relies on 3G signal through a mobile phone and links with an app to transfer the money.
A link can be found here: http://www.nottscricket.com/page/izettle-1355/?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0
Previously, the Board's policy prevented any players in the Under-12 age group from playing in open age cricket but having reviewed the issue, it has been decided that some players would benefit from playing at this age group.
Closing date 9.00am Monday 21st December 2015
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At Teversal Cricket Club [Est. 1922] we are working towards strengthening our youth policy for the 2016 season, and are looking for volunteer coaching staff to build upon our existing coaching structure and run our hard-ball under 12's and 13's cricket teams next season. The new coach[es] whilst running these teams will be assisted by the existing UKCC1 coaches who will be recruiting and coaching the next youngsters for soft-ball cricket at under 11's. Ideally already qualified to UKCC2 with supporting Safeguarding and First Aid qualifications, applicants with UKCC1 level qualifications can also apply, and we are open to assisting with fees to upgrade your existing qualifications under ECB and NCB registered courses.
With 4 senior teams and 3 youth teams, we are well placed to celebrateour 100th anniversary, why not be part of it?
If you are interested in applying for this role, please contact AndyGregson at firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on our club, please visit our web site address; http://teversal.play-cricket.com/
Teversal Cricket Club Secretary