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The latest meeting of the Bradford West CDG took place on Thursday 29th June 2017. The following items were covered during the meeting:

  • Matters Arising from the Previous Meeting - There were no major issues arising from the previous meeting, although there was lots of interesting matters discussed. If you want to see these again click on the link that follows! Notes of the Bradford West CDG Meeting 23 March 2017
  • Election of Officers - Shiv Krishan was re-elected as Chair of the Group and  David Allen as Treasurer. Ed Duguid, the Group's Secretary, stood down from the Group after 11 years of service. Those present thanked Ed for all his work. It was decided, in view of the amount involved in the Secretary's job, that a review would take place of what was involved and it may be that some payment would be made to a willing volunteer if no-one had the time to devote to the role in the meantime. It was fully understood that everyone was very busy with their own Club matters.
  • Report from the YCB - Steve Archer had been unable to attend the meeting, but Ed had forwarded the latest news from the YCB. (Click on this link to see Steve's Report). Mark Jobling who was present also updated everyone on the latest position with the "All Stars" initiative and Chance to Shine in case anyone further wanted to involved. News items in Steve's report included; The NEW ECB Innovation Fund, Seeking nominations for the OSCAS, New initiatiuves for Women's and Girl's cricket, a NEW Disability Hub at Bckfoot School and the launch of the new Online system for running Clubmark.
  • Educational Courses - Shiv reported on the success of the 1st Aid and Safeguarding courses held at Steeton CC and asked members to  think about what else they would like to see run by the CDG in the coming autumn, following the cricket season.
  • Reports from the CDG's Clubs - There were reports from all the Clubs present about their actvities and developments over the last six mionths or so. Notable amongst these were reports from Steeton, Bingley Congs, Haworth, Tong Park Esholt and Sutton in Craven regarding a variety of upgrades to their facilities, with other clubs in the Group also making good progress with their development plans or indeed planning to make progress in the near future! A more detailed note on Clubs may follow in the near future.
  • Date of the Next Meeting - Thursday 21st September 2017, 7:30 at Zara Sports Centre

The latest meeting of the West Yorkshire Leagues Council took plasce on 19th June at Cleckheaton CC. There is a fairly standard Agenda for these meetings, covering reports from any of the Leagues in the West Yorkshire area, as well as from the YCB and the various Cricket Represenative bodies. Potentially these can raise any issues which are currently a concern from these bodies in addition to providing an update on their activities and forthcoming events. For more information please read the attached Minutes of the meeting via the link below. the next meeting is at Blackley CC on Monday, 18th September

Minutes of West Yorkshire Leagues Council Meeting 19th June 2017

The latest meeting of the Bradford West CDG is taking place on Thursday  29th June at Zara Sports Centre, 7:30pm. Topics covered at this meeting will include:

  • The Quarterly Report from the YCB - News on latest National Cricket Initiatives, Funds, etc.
  • A Report on the latest news from the West Yorkshire Leagues Meeting (just taken place)
  • Latest Updates on Developments at Local Clubs
  • The Election of CDG Officers for the Next Year

Please also find below by clicking on link:

The Notes from our March meeting

Copy of latest YCB Update Report

Full Report of Meeting to follow soon! 8 Clubs attended and key issues covered were: Clubmark Accreditation, Small Grants scheme awards, new "All Stars" Cricket Programme launch, Drop-in" event feedback, update on latest courses run by CDG, including Safeguarding, 1st Aid and Coaching Courses, progress with new website, Club Development Reports.

Dates of our future meetings will be published shortly.

Haworth CC has some old, second-hand scorebox numbers no longer needed.

There are three small 12" boxes that have 10" numbers up to 12, look tatty but the mechanisms and numbers are all good and work very well. 

We also have an assortment of 18" boxes and numbers which are 15" high. The boxes mostly don't work but, knowing how bad it is when the half numbers crack, we thought there may be a club in need of spares?

Free and Collection only from Haworth CC ground - Please contact Kath Gower on 01535 642965 before Friday 7 April.