Stubbs Parkin & South Whitchurch Bowling League 2021

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WHITCHURCH & DISTRICT BOWLING LEAGUE

MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Tuesday 29 January 2019, 7.30pm at Archibald Worthington Club, Whitchurch

 

1.         President’s Welcome.  The President welcomed everyone. 

 

2.         Minutes Silence.  A Minutes Silence was held in memory of those who had passed away during the last year.

 

3.         Apologies.   Apologies had been received from David Fisher, Chester Road.

 

4.         Minutes of 2018 Annual General Meeting and any Matters Arising.  The Minutes were agreed as a true record and there were no matters arising from them.

 

5.         President’s Annual Report.  On behalf of the League, Peter Williams thanked our sponsors, Stubbs Parkin & South, and all those who had advertised in our handbook and on the website.  He also thanked the League Officials for their contribution to the smooth running of the League and anyone else who had helped in any way.  He congratulated all the League Champions, Runners Up, League Competition Winners and Runners Up, and commiserated with all those who had proved to be the strongest team in their divisions by holding everyone else on their shoulders.  This next season would be the time for them to bounce back.  He noted that the Civic Centre had again been the venue for the Annual Dinner and Presentation Evening and had been enjoyed by all those who attended.  He particularly thanked the caterer for providing an excellent meal.  When it comes to the Election of Officers, the League would be seeking a new President, Chairman and Secretary, the latter two positions being vital in running our League.  He trusted that Clubs had given the election of these new officers plenty of thought during the last few months and that you and your Clubs would support whoever was elected during the coming months.  Outgoing Chairman George Edge and Secretary Alison had served the League for several years and he thanked them both on his own behalf and that of all fellow bowlers for their hard work over the years.  Finally, he thanked the League for giving him the honour of being the President for the last ten years and sent good wishes to his successor.

 

6.         Chairman’s Annual Report.  George Edge thanked everyone on the Executive Committee and all the Club Delegates for giving up their time and attending the various meetings etc.  He thanked Peter Williams for his role as President over the years and Alison Hine who had done a wonderful job as League Secretary, keeping the League running from year to year.  Finally, he wished all the incoming Officers ‘all the very best’ for the future of the Whitchurch & District Bowling League and hoped that allmembers of the League would have a very enjoyable year of bowling in 2019.

 

7.         Secretary’s Annual Report.  Alison Hine began her report by thanking John and Ann Mitchell for the huge amount of work they put in to produce the Fixture Books, score cards and results sheets each year.  She noted that soon after last year’s AGM Cheswardine had withdrawn their B team and also that a new Prees team was entered in Division 7.  Malpas also withdrew their C Team.  The 2018 season had been generally quiet although it went on longer than normal as a result of bad weather during mid-September.  Various matches were also rescheduled as a result of the surprising success of the England team in the World Cup.  The Annual Dinner was attended by more people than last year, so it seemed that bringing it forward to the week before the Shropshire half term worked well as did reduced meals for Under 16s and the very successful disco.  It was announced at the Executive Meeting in December 2018 that it was intended to do the same for 2019 but since then it has been necessary to change the Whitchurch League Dinner to Friday 29 November due to a clash of dates with the Drayton League.  Looking towards the new season, we had been advised of the withdrawal of four teams from the League, AWC E, Hanmer D, Victoria C and Preston Brockhurst, but both Edgmond and Joules had entered new teams in Division 7.  Notification had also been received from Chester Road that in future all their teams would be mixed, although it was recognised that this might take some time to work through.  The teams will be shown as A, B. C, D, E, F, G and H and the greens will known as No 1 and No2.   DBS checks for North Shropshire Clubs were scheduled to take place at the District on 9 February between 12.00 and 2.30 pm.  Time slots were filling up so anyone requiring a DBS check should contact the League Secretary to book a place.  The County Secretary had asked that all Clubs be reminded of the need to update their Club page on the County website, as this information will be used to update their CR1 form, and also to inform her if they change secretary. The County AGM would take place on Monday 4 February; Clubs not represented would be fined.  Finally, as this was her last AGM as Secretary Alison thanked the outgoing President, Peter Williams, and the outgoing Chairman, George Edge, together with all the League Officials and the Club Secretaries for their help and support over the last seven years.

 

8.         Treasurer’s Annual Report.  Peter Lawrence noted that there was £20,557 in the Bank and that the League had reduced its overall loss to £215.17.  The proceeds of the respective raffles had been sent to the British Heart Foundation, St Alkmunds and the Air Ambulance.  Competition entries were down and particularly in the Jubilee Doubles where we had paid out more than we had taken in.  This would be addressed to some extent by the proposed rule change to be discussed later.  Fines had also been down and had been redistributed to the host clubs affected.  The Dinner had made a slight profit (£12.20) in 2018 so the ticket pricing had been about right.  At the end of 2018 it had been agreed that referees should be paid for their time: £30 per match. This was voted on and carried. A new grants scheme had been proposed; the details were read out and would be placed on the League website.  He proposed that the Honoraria should be increased by the RPI which was agreed.  The Accounts would be submitted to Stubbs Parkin South in February for auditing. The accounts were proposed, seconded and agreed.

 

9.         Fixtures/Results Secretary’s and Webmaster’s Report.  Mike Beckett reported that weatherwise 2018 had been very kind for bowling with very few matches having to be postponed. The exception was the week of 18 September when torrential rain meant that over half the matches had to be postponed. These were completed by the end of the first week of October.  Unfortunately, there were 65 Walk Overs during the season which could at times make it unfair on an opposing player when they turn up expecting to play and end up with no game.  This can also lead to an advantage for some teams when they automatically receive 21 chalks:  last year in Division 7, two teams received eight Walk Overs whilst one team received only one. This could mean that a team moves up to a position where they receive prize money or even get promoted.  This was the reason why he was proposing the rule change for 4.3 to assist those teams that have a problem raising a full team some weeks due to holidays or sickness.  Many Leagues that he covers operate a very similar system and now that it is all computerized it is very easy to monitor. This should then encourage a club not to withdraw a team due to shortage of players at times.  Finally, he noted that he was continually having to modify the website design due to most users viewing the information on tablets or phones and that technology is forever changing. If anyone had a problem viewing pages they should let him know.

 

10.       Competitions Report 2018.  Phil Scott thanked all the officers, hosts, groundsmen and players for their contribution to another successful season of competitions, Individual and club.  The Senior Inter League team won the hastily rearranged competition hosted by ourselves at the last minute; many thanks to Bridgewater and the District for hosting on the day.  We had two teams in the competition itself, captained by Dale Booth and Jamie Brookes.  Dale’s team managed to win their group and progress to the final against Tanners League. After the first four blocks Whitchurch were two behind, Man of the final Chris Jones beating Martin Lloyd 21-12 to win the individual trophy, but Whitchurch had a strong back 4 and two good wins from Neil Boxall and Paul (Chummers) Latham meant we just won by 6.

Well done to all for our first win since 2013.

Tanners Claret Shropshire

Score

Score

Whitchurch A

Chris Jones

21

12

Martin Lloyd

Tracy Ryan

21

18

Dave Hanson

Adrian Jennings

18

21

Mike Dulson

Will Tyler

14

21

Chris Stretch

Nigel Ferrington

21

16

Derek Wright

Dan Jones

21

14

Ian Macdonald

Karl Jones

10

21

Neil Boxall

Clair Barker

12

21

Paul Latham

Games

4

4

Games

Aggregate

138

144

Aggregate

Points

0

2

Points

 

The Junior Inter League teams both played well down in Shrewsbury.  The A team won their group at Oxon winning all their games, even beating the very strong Ludlow side in the group decider. The B team who played at Bicton also did very well with a team of newcomers; there were some great performances winning one group game against Mid Shropshire C.  Onto the final which was held at Hanwood against local players from the Tanners.  Our team, led by captain Edward Proudlove, did very well to get to the final but with local knowledge of a difficult green the Tanners team just got the better of our A team .

 

 

Whitchurch A

Score

Score

Tanners Wines A

Josh Warner

18

21

Keiran Jones

Jack Purcell

12

21

Rhys Marshall

Ben Hinton

16

21

Kelly Price

Wayd Pawlowski

5

21

Charlie Hotchkiss

James Shepherd

21

5

Kian Parsons

Edward Proudlove

13

21

Emmet Mckinley

Games

1

5

Games

Aggregate

85

110

Aggregate

 

The Veterans Inter League hosted by ourselves at Chester Road and AWC in September was also a very enjoyable day of bowls. At Chester Road in the group stages our B team led by Eddie Broad just won their group by having a bigger aggregate of +46 compared to Wem League and North Shropshire Ladies, who also won 2 matches apiece.  In the other group of three teams it again came down to aggregates; all had won one game and after much deliberation Mid Shropshire had a 7 shot advantage over our A team to progress to the final at AWC.  In the final against the much experienced Vets team from Mid Shropshire our own local lads did the league proud battling all the way to just miss out on the title, hopefully 2019 will be our year.

 

Whitchurch B

Score

Score

Mid-Shropshire

Les Markham

16

21

Dave Brown

Alan Faulkner

20

21

Les Mumford

Edward Broad

21

14

Ian Delves

Richard Evans

16

21

Elsie Pugh

Mike Mullock

21

18

Peter Spragg

Barrie Thomas

19

21

Anthony Roche

Graham Dulson

18

21

Graham Turner

John Bushill

15

21

Mick Jones

Games

2

6

Games

Aggregate

146

158

Aggregate

Points

4

12

Points

 

On the League Competitions firstly we held our trophy in memory of Norman Ford at Prees.  We had a first again this year when one of our talented Juniors Ben Hinton from District beat local lad Adrian Bromfield from Press in the final. Congrats to Ben for a tremendous accomplishment beating some good players on the way.

 

Final

1

Ben Hinton

21

18

Adrian Bromfield

 

Semi Final

1

Adrian Bromfield

21

12

Alan Boulton

2

Ben Hinton

21

19

Colleen Harding

 

Under 21 Merit winner was Dan Beeston Hanmer beating Josh Warner Prees in the final.  Under 25 Merit Winner was Jack Hewitt Malpas Sports who beat defending champion Tom Hardy 21-20 in the final at Woore, Ben Hinton won the Consolation.  Judith Purcell Doubles saw Donna Bennett and Paul Bradley Malpas Sports successful defend their title from 2017 after beating clubmates Gaynor Smith and Julian Goodwin in the final.  St Alkmunds Trophy winners were Mike Reeves AWC and Deanna Simcock Chester Road who beat Carl Preece and Paul Higgs in the final at the District.  Over 60’s winner was Cedric Bancroft Woore who beat Deanna Simcock in the final.  Josh Warner won the Under 15 Merit  again in his last year in this comp also winning the Under 18 merit also. Young Wayd Pawlowski Wem USC won the Under 12 Merit.  Donna Bennett won the Ladies Merit at Whixall after beating Mandy Hare Joules in the final.

The League Doubles was won by Jack Hewitt and Julian Goodwin Malpas Sports who only gave away 25 points over the 4 matches they had to play to win it remarkable!!  The Mixed Doubles at Ellesmere was won by Julian Goodwin and Gaynor Smith Malpas Sports.  The individual merit at Audlem attracted a good field where at the end of a long day Tim Jordan Hadnall beat seasonal Runner up Gary Whitehall in the final.  The end of season finals comprising Jubilee Doubles , Presidents Cup and Shropshire Star  saw Prees A win their first ever Jubilee Doubles title.  Calverhall won the consolation Cup.   Wrenbury won the Presidents Cup and Wem USC won the Shropshire Star Final

 

Prees A

Score

Score

Audlem A

Matt Blackhurst
Dan Blackhurst

21

14

Dave Condrey
Sue Condrey

Jason Davies
Joan Groom

21

16

Jimmy Stretch
Tony Wrench

Ben Grocott
Luke Grocott

21

7

David Salmon
Dennis Murray

Chris Allmark
Tim Hocknell

21

16

Mike Katterloher
Lesley Davenport

Brian Hickson
Grant Hickson

16

21

Mick Pearce
Allan Davenport

Andrew Hayward
Tom Cooper

21

8

Andrew Icke
David Hardman

Games

5

1

Games

Aggregate

121

82

Aggregate

Handicap

0

15

Handicap

Total Points

121

97

Total Points

 

 

 

 

 

Wrenbury

Score

Score

Calverhall

Nigel Ashley

11

21

Robert Yeomans

Jamie Glover

21

12

Ruth Hulme

Keir Glover

16

21

Bill Bowen

Mark Pass

21

4

Gladys Burrough

Ryan Wrench

21

13

Stephen Eaton

Penny Allington

21

9

John Tomlinson

Shaun Hodgkins

21

8

Jim Ford

Alister Johnson

21

16

Dan Dubicki

Matt Johnson

21

18

Stuart Proctor

Jordan Warburton

21

19

Roy Harris

Mark Harris

21

4

Andrew Tunks

Philip Merrill

21

11

Colin Fletcher

Games

10

2

Games

Aggregate

237

156

Aggregate

 

 

Wem U S C

Score

Score

Bridgewater

Chris Brettell

19

21

Stuart Bailey

Dave Hanson

21

11

Dave Gourlay

Fred Bailey

20

21

Andrew Foster

Scott Thomas

19

21

Ian Williams

Colin Smith

14

21

Craig Hope

Colleen Harding

21

19

George Whalley

Barrie Thomas

12

21

Julian Willis

Graham Dulson

5

21

Tim Stokes

Craig Ashley

21

13

Stuart Hodges

Phil Bryan

11

21

Greg Fordham

John Bushill

21

2

Adrian Field

Derek Wright

21

11

Adrian Smout

Games

5

7

Games

Aggregate

205

203

Aggregate

 

Finally, he thanked all the players who entered, especially all the Malpas Sports players who continuously enter the league competitions.  More entries from other clubs would be good!   He also thanked all clubs who had hosted competitions and anyone who had helped in any way, and also North Shropshire’s referees: Isobel Jones, Tony Weaver, Eddie Broad, Christine Sayers, Bob Fousert and for their time this year.  There were no changes planned this coming year as there is no room for any more competitions and we all have enough bowling as it is. Our only proposal is was  to make the Presidents Cup Handicapped.  The Judith Purcell would be at AWC this year and St Alkmunds at Chester Road.  The Norman Ford qualifiers would be invited in the next four weeks via their Secretaries.  He again thanked all his team (Jamie) and fellow selectors and wished everyone Happy bowling everyone in 2019.

 

11.       County Delegates’ Annual Report.  Phil Scott reported that another year of County meetings had flown by.  All four proposals had been passed at the AGM, including a new ruling on who could become President.  The other three were about the Code of Conduct, including banning players who don't pay their competition fees. Isobel Jones became the new President with Mike Beckett the new Deputy President. The entry fee at Senior County games were reduced to £2.  New grants were awarded to 11 clubs, paying out £5,000 in total. This has meant a deficit of £1,500, mainly from the high cost of travelling to county games, so this would be reviewed for next season. New coaches have gone on the level one course now run by CoachBowls. It had been a successful year for coaching.  This year did have it controversies. Firstly, the County Cup game between Newport and Castlefields, which will not be happen again after rule changes were implemented, with players having to have played at least one game by the 1st round now.  The County Merit finals were to be held at Meole Brace, but as they had qualifiers the County agreed to move it to Greenfields.  In future, the final venue will be picked after the qualifier. The Junior Merit Finals had to be moved from a Sunday as it clashed with the Ladies Championship, and again this won't be repeated next season. The Senior Inter League venues came under scrutiny and the format was changed which meant some teams withdrew as players weren't willing to travel that distance twice. The Market Drayton League then withdrew from hosting and the Whitchurch League had to step in, running a successful competition with just 8 entries. The format has now changed to a 8 a side knockout played on various Saturday nights at a neutral venue; the rules are still to be finalised, but more details on this will be reported at the March Meeting.  The Veterans Inter League was also postponed because of the very hot weather and was played in September here in Whitchurch where a very successful day ended with Mid Shropshire just beating our B Team in the final. The Junior Inter League was another good day for our youngsters with our A team winning their group and progressing to the final against the hosts Tanners on Hanwood which was always going to be a hard green. They just lost out but overall in the Shropshire Inter Leagues Whitchurch did great with three finals, winning one and just losing the other two. Let’s hope 2019 is even better!  A new safeguarding officer has been found in Phil Scott, as well as a new referees delegate. Welfare Officers are now called Safeguarding officers, and are encouraged to go on a safeguarding course. There are DBS check dates coming up with Phil Scott, details are on the county website if you are in need of renewing.  Deputy President next year will be Wendy Icke from the Market Drayton League with our own Mike Beckett stepping up to President.  Mark Thomas has stood down as County Selector, with two Premier League bowlers Andy Smith Chester Road and Keith Walton Castlefields interested in taking on the role, maybe with current selector Mick Jones who has said he would do it for another year. But this will be cleared up and voted on at the AGM. Derek Wright has also retired from County selection, congratulations to him on a wonderful county career, obviously helped by the quality bowls he has had to play in our league! Referees are still extremely low in numbers, with a referees seminar planned on 26 March at Tilstock to help boost numbers, but have found a delegate to sort referees out for leagues.  Looking ahead to the next season, good luck to our Premier League Champions Castlefields and County Cup winners Sir John Bayley in the BCGBA World Club Championships at Spen Victoria, with our county possibly having more entrants due to 2 wildcards being entered, drawn at the BCGBA AGM. The Midland Masters qualifying has moved to the regular third Sunday in June date after an unsuccessful attempt at running it in July. We have just the four qualifiers for the Senior Individual Merit Finals at Rolls Royce in July. Prees will be the 2019 Midland Masters Finals venue. There are no proposals for the County AGM, just an increase of 2.2% in honorarium. Registrations for 2018 were currently about the same as 2017.

 

12.       Shropshire Crown Green Referees/League Welfare Officer’s Reports – Isobel Jones reported on future arrangements for North Shropshire:

  • Wednesday 20 March: Audlem BC had arranged a Rules Revision Evening with Mike Potter and Rob Ellison.  Anyone interested in attending should contact Sue Condrey.

  • Saturday 23 March: Shropshire Bowls Coaches would be at Bridgewater BC from 10.30 am to 1.00 pm.  All ages welcome. Anyone interested should contact Isobel Jones.

  • Monday 25 March: a Referees Seminar has been arranged at Tilstock Bowling Club but at the moment only two people have shown an interest.  Isobel will try to arrange for them to apply to another county.

  • Isobel intends to ask the League to arrange a Rules Seminar before the start of the season.

 

13.       BCGBA and Referees Society Report.  Phil Scott reported on the recent BCGBA Meeting.  A National Administrator post had been created.  Following the merger with BCGBA, the BCG Ladies BA is no longer listed as a County association. The Ladies competitions officer and also the British Parks CGBA would be represented on the BCGBA Management Committee.  Past presidents and life members were no longer to vote or receive expenses for attending meetings.  Club fees are to increase to £30 in 2019 and £35 in 2020.  New player registration fees are increased to £12.  BCGBA will be able to amend policies without having to go through a rules revision meeting.  All team members in BCGBA competitions must wear the same uniform; formal rules for BCGBA Champion of Champions.  Shirts with current sponsors logo must be worn to BCGBA events (if provided).  Suitable footwear must be worn; this does not include sandals or other open toed footwear or hard or block heeled footwear.  Shorts may be worn if they are black and knee length.    

 

14.       League Applications/Resignations and Format of the League for 2019.  Mike Beckett noted that a slight problem would be caused for the League’s structure as four teams had now withdrawn and only two new ones were joining.  Ideally no division should consist of fewer than 12 teams.  He proposed that the structure for 2019 could be implemented as follows:

  • There will still be two teams promoted from each division.

  • Division 3: only one team, Wem Albion, would be relegated leaving 14 teams in that division.

  • Division 4: only one team, Ash B, would be relegated leaving 14 teams in that division.

  • Division 5: two teams, AWC D and Calverhall B, would be relegated from Division 5 leaving 13 teams in that division.

  • Division 6: Hanmer C and AWC E have withdrawn from this division and Chester Road Ladies C are due to be relegated leaving this division with only 11 teams.  If District D, who had finished third from bottom in Division 5, was relegated to Division 6 this would mean Divisions 5 and 6 being balanced at 12 teams each.

  • Division 7: this would remain at 12 teams.

Rob Ellison commented that if there were fewer teams in each division there might be more entries in the competitions eg Jubilee Doubles and the President’s.  The whole structure should be looked at.

 

15.       Fixture Book 2019: Format and Content.  John Mitchell noted that as a result of GDPR the Club Secretaries’ addresses should be removed.  The League Secretary and himself would hold the whole database.  It might also be necessary to remove more of the history from the Fixture Books in order to reduce size and cost.  He advised Clubs to think carefully how many books they would want.

 

16.       League Rules.  The outcome of voting on the proposed amendments was as shown below:

1.7b.  Where proposed Rule changes will apply only to particular divisions, the proposals may be voted on only by Clubs with teams in the division(s) or the division immediately above or below the division(s) concerned.

For: 43. Against 11 Abst 1.  Carried

1.8 Any Club failing to be represented at a League Executive meeting or the Annual General Meeting shall be fined £10.  Apologies will not be accepted in lieu of attendance.

Carried unanimously.

2.3 Delete ’30 pence’ insert ’35 pence’

For: 21 Against 40   Not carried.

3.3 Insert new sentence at end:  NB Occasionally, in exceptional circumstances and at Management discretion, it may be necessary to promote or relegate more than two teams in order to maintain a balanced divisional structure.

Carried.

New 4.3c:  It is expected that clubs will fill teams by drawing players from the teams below them.  In the event of the LOWEST team of a club being unable to field a full team for a match, its captain may put face down four or more cards with the name of players who are prepared to play twice that evening.  The opposing Team Captain will draw from these cards a player who is allowed to play twice.  If more than one player is required, he/she may continue to draw from the remaining cards.  The points that these players score will count towards their team total, but six points will be deducted from the total aggregate for that match for each player who has played twice.

Note 1.  The person entering the match result on the website will select a player called Played Twice for the second game and enter the name of the player concerned in the box shown.

Note 2. The players who play twice must also have played at least 50% of their games for that team to date; this will be monitored by the Results Secretary and if they have not played the required number of games up to the date of the match the result will be declared a Walk Over for the opposing team. 

Note 3. The individual player’s score from their second game will not count in their individual averages.

4.3d  Existing Rule 4.3c to be renumbered 4.3d.

For: 29. Against 23 Abst 9. Carried.

4.5.  To be amended as follows: 4.5a.  All matches must be played on the published fixture date.  In exceptional circumstances only and subject to the agreement of both Team Captains and the Fixtures Secretary it may be possible to play a match in advance of the due date.  NB See Rules 4.6 and 4.7 for the only allowable reasons for postponement of matches.

4.5b.  Matches shall commence at 7.00pm and shall be completed in one evening (weather permitting).  Not less than four games shall be in progress by 7.15pm and no more than 15 minutes shall elapse between completion of one game and commencement of the next.

Carried

5.2.5  Insert new rule: 5.2.5. For 2019 the entry fees for the following competitions will be £10: Individual Merit, Ladies’ Merit, Over 60s, Under 25 and Under 21.  The entry fee for all doubles competitions will be £12 (£6 per player): the League Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Judith Purcell and St Alkmund.

For 30  Against 16  Carried

5.3.  Amend to read: Entrance fee £10 per team.  For 25 Against 22 Carried

5.4.  Delete ‘£5.00’ insert ‘£10’.  For 26  Against 15. Carried

5.4.6.  Insert new paragraph: 5.4.6. The Presidents Cup is to be played on a Handicap basis, according to the position of that Club’s highest team in the League:

Division 2    Scratch

Division 3    12 on

Division 4    24 on

Division 5.   36 on

Division 6    48 on

Division 7    48 on

For 28. Against 16.    Carried

 

17.       Elections of Officers 2019

Vice Presidents

As per Fixture Book

 

President

Mrs I Jones

 

Chairman

Mr P Scott

 

Vice Chairman

Mr D Wright

 

Secretary

Mrs J Swire

 

Assistant Secretary

Mr J Mitchell

 

Treasurer

Mr P Lawrence

 

Auditor

Stubbs Parkin South

 

Fixtures/Results Secretary

Mr M Beckett

 

Competition Secretary

Mr J Brooks

 

Management Committee

Mr S Fullard

 

County Delegates

Mrs J Swire/Mr S Fullard/Mr D Wright

 

Shropshire Referees Delegates

Mrs I Jones

 

League Welfare Officer

Mrs I Jones

 

Junior County Selectors

Mr P Scott

 

Senior Inter League Captains

Mr D Booth & Mr J Brooks

 

Junior Inter League Selectors

Mr P Scott/Mr S Fullard/Mrs I Jones

Miss M Matthews/Mr R Proudlove/Mr P Fenwick

 

Veterans Inter League Captain

Mr G Edge/Mr E Broad

 

         

 

18.       Dates of Future Meetings:

    • Dates of Executive Meetings 2019

      • Tuesday 19 March

      • Tuesday 8 October

      • Tuesday 3 December

    • Date of AGM 2020: Tuesday 28 January 2020

       

      19.  At the end of the meeting, Phil Scott as the new Chairman proposed that Peter Williams, George Edge and Alison Hine should be nominated as Vice Presidents.  This was carried.

       

      Meeting closed: 21.10