The WDCU end of season forum took place at Meikleriggs on Sunday 6th of October. 23 representatives from 16 clubs attended the forum. A further two members of WoSACO were also in attendance. There was keen discussion on a number of topics and the notes of the meeting are attached below for perusal.
WDCU is sad to report the passing of Howard Jefferson and Malcom Renny. Both were past presidents of the club and gave a lot of time and energy for the betterment of the club. They were regular supporters and could be seen most weekends at Cambusdoon, old and new, supporting the teams. Thoughts go to both families at this sad time.
The above forum, to which representatives from all clubs in the West are invited, will take place on Sunday 17th November. The venue for the event is Titwood and the forum will commence at 2pm and conclude around 5pm. Full details can be found in the link below and It would be great if there was a full house!!
The Cricket Society of Scotland has once again planned an exciting programme of speakers for their winter meetings. If you have the time come along and listen to the likes of Roger Knight, Peter Baxter and England legend Phil DeFreitas, The full winter programme is attached below and all are welcome to attend.
Greg Chambers from Falkland CC is trying to something a lot of players didn’t manage in the entire season. He is completing a 12 hour Batathon to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease. Please look at the flier and if you can give him and MND Scotland a boost by supporting his effort!
Renfrew CC are also on the look out for a Head Coach. If you think you are the person for this role please read the attached flyer send your CV and supporting letter to club secretary Sai Majeed at;
Closing date for applications is 12-10-2019
Stenhousemuir CC are on the lookout for a Head Junior coach to continue the development of their young cricketers. If you feel that you are right person for the post and can make that vital difference then please read the attached advert and submit your CV to Iain McDonald at –
firstname.lastname@example.org by the 31st October 2019
Cricket Scotland has established a disciplinary working group to consider player behaviour and discipline throughout the country. The aim of the group is to provide Cricket Scotland with recommendations on how to: –
- Reduce the number of on and off field disciplinary events taking place and
- To review and if appropriate simplify disciplinary procedures used throughout Scotland with the aim
of developing a consistent approach.
To help inform these recommendations Cricket Scotland has produced a questionnaire for league associations, clubs and individuals to complete.
WDCU has responded to the questionnaire and an edited version has been sent to clubs to complete and return it to the WDCU administrator at email@example.com by 31/10/2019.
Should any individual wish to contribute their views then please complete part 3 of the questionnaire and return as above.
Many thanks for your assistance with this research.
Please find attached below the final placings on the fair play league tables for season 2019. Have a look and see how your teams got on.
This was the first year the WDCU has used this system to monitor fair play and playing within the spirit of the game. Whilst it took a little while to bed in some very useful information was received. The system will be used again next year with the information received being fed back to clubs on a more regular basis.
Well done to Calero Tech Kelburne who had the highest average score of the season at 4.83 (out of 5).
Notification has been sent to clubs regarding the WDCU end of season forum. This year it will be held at Meikleriggs on Sunday the 6th of October with a start time of 2pm. The agenda will be compiled by the CMC and sent to clubs towards the end of September.
The agenda is now available: