This exciting role seeks an energetic and experienced individual who can deliver across East Renfrewshire Cricket Club’s key objectives. The ideal candidate needs to have an understanding of sports development and must be able to maintain and build new relationships. A sound knowledge of cricket pathways that allows for integration at all levels is preferred. Closing dates for this post are Friday 19th January 2018 with interviews taking place Monday 22nd January 2018.
For more information on the job and person specification please contact Ammar Ashraf on the details below. To apply, please send a CV and supporting letter to – email@example.com. This role will involve regulated work with minors; therefore all candidates will require PVG Scheme membership to be considered for the position.
Further to the recent communication setting out the WDCU League structure for 2018 we are delighted to be able to issue WDCU League fixtures for 2018. The fixtures will also be available on the WDCU website Document Centre/League & Cup Fixtures tab.
In line with recent seasons and the Cricket Scotland playooffs, the leagues will commence on Saturday the 28th of April and run through eighteen weeks to Saturday the 25th of August. All teams will have a full fixture card scheduled. Teams in the Fourth Division have been randomly allocated games in weeks eight, nine, seventeen and eighteen.
Due to ground unavailability outwith their control over some parts of the season the CMC received requests from some clubs to consider their predicament and allocate fixtures accordingly, The CMC agreed that where possible these requests should be actioned. Some, but not all of those requests have been able to be handled, however it does mean that there are some teams that have a run of home or away games, which is unfortunately but unavoidable. We hope that you are understanding of the reasons.
Stenhousemuir Cricket Club are looking for a committed, experienced and enthusiastic Head Coach to join its volunteer coaches who work on a range of programmes over the winter. The programmes take place throughout the year and if a Coach is qualified to Level 2 or higher and has a passion for helping to develop young cricketers then they should forward their CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WDCU will be offering the following cup/league competitions in 2018 for clubs to participate in.
Responses should be made to the WDCU Administrator (email@example.com) no later than 5pm on Friday the 12th of January 2018 with clubs’ wishes for 2018 competitions. Please note that a null response will result in a club NOT being entered into any competitions in 2018.
If clubs could also please advise the name of the team(s) that they wish to register under each competition.
The 2018 competitions available are:
Sunday League: Open to all clubs. No restriction on number of teams per club. Midweek League: Open to all clubs. No restriction on number of teams per club. Rowan Cup: Open to all clubs in Group A below. One team per club. McCulloch Cup: Open to all clubs in Group A below. One team per club. (Maximum of 16 teams.) Western Cup: Open to all clubs who have a first XI in Group B below and all 2nd XIs of clubs in Group A below. One team per club. (Maximum of 20 teams.) Greenwood Trophy: Open to all clubs who have a first XI in Group B below and all 2nd XIs of clubs in Group A below. One team per club.
Group A: All clubs who played in 2017 Premier and First Division, excluding St. Michael’s CC, but including Helensburgh CC. Group B: All clubs who played in 2017 Divisions 2 and 3 excluding Helensburgh CC, but including St. Michael’s CC
The funeral service for Bobby Hill will be held at 12pm on Tuesday the 5th of December 2017, at St. Andrews and St. Marnock Church, St. Marnock Street, Kilmarnock, KA1 1DZ (next to the Police station), and thereafter, at 1pm, at Holmsford Bridge Crematorium, Dreghorn, KA11 4EF.
Kilmarnock CC and the WDCU are deeply saddened to announce the death of club Life Member, former President, Captain, and Scottish internationalist, Bobby Hill.
Bobby came from a family intimately connected with the club, and he was closely associated with it as a player, President, committee member and supporter for his whole life. As well as gaining several Scottish caps, he also served as Chairman of Selectors and kept a close interest in the game throughout his life. His son Alan and nephew Jim remain heavily involved with both the club and WDCU.
WDCU Chair Alex Miller said: “Bobby was such a nice guy – a pleasure to play against, and have a drink with. It is another sad loss to Scottish Cricket.”
Our sincere condolences go to his wife Liz, Alan, Alison, Jim and the rest of the family.
WDCU Premier Division Champions: Prestwick CC
WDCU First Division Champions: West of Scotland CC
WDCU Second Division Champions: Helensburgh CC
WDCU Third Division Champions: Whiteinch
WDCU Premier Reserve Champions: Titwood
WDCU First Reserve Champions: Deanpark
WDCU Evening League First Division Champions: Victoria CC
WDCU Evening League Second Division Champions: Glasgow Accies CC
WDCU Evening League Third Division Champions: Hillhead CC
WDCU Sunday League First Division Champions: Victoria CC
WDCU Sunday League Second Division Champions: Clydesdale Development XI
WDCU Premier Division Batsman of the Year: Richie Berrington (Clydesdale CC)
WDCU Premier Division Bowler of the Year: Mitchell Rao (Prestwick CC)
WDCU First Division Batsman of the Year: Chris Brockwell (St Michaels CC)
WDCU First Division Bowler of the Year: Callum Grant (Stenhousemuir CC)
WDCU Second Division Batsman of the Year: Paul Flanagan (Kilmarnock CC)
WDCU Second Division Bowler of the Year: Patrick Druce (Galloway CC)
WDCU Third Division Batsman of the Year: Zarak Ahad (Whiteinch)
WDCU Third Division Bowler of the Year: Andy Fielding (Bute County CC) / Gareth James (Inverclyde CC)
WDCU Premier Reserve Division Batsman of the Year: Gowtham Rai (Bothwell)
WDCU Premier Reserve Division Bowler of the Year: Callum Henderson (Cambusdoon)
WDCU First Reserve Division Batsman of the Year: Ian Wilkinson (Williamfield)
WDCU First Reserve Division Bowler of the Year: Iftikhar Khan (Torrance House)
The WDCU Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday the 16th of November 2017 at Poloc CC, Shawholm, at 7pm, followed by the annual awards presentation. The minutes from the last AGM and EGM, and a list of nominees standing for election can be found here: WDCU AGM and awards night files. (Accounts and reports from the various committees, the WDJCU and Cricket Scotland will follow later.)
No additional nominations to those proposed by the Executive Committee have been received for any of the office bearer roles or committee positions due for election. If any club has changed Secretary or other contact and has not notified the WDCU, could it please do so, both to the Secretary, and also via the WDCU Administrator email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), or, if a club’s AGM is forthcoming, please remember to advise the WDCU of any changes to contact details.
Stenhousemuir CC are currently advertising for a Head Coach to help drive forward their growing youth section. The club have made significant strides in the last two to three years with their junior membership growing rapidly and an ethos developing around the club that is welcoming, fun and at the heart of the local community.
The club run junior teams that compete in WDJCU and national cup competitions, and also deliver an extensive schools coaching programme that exposes local children to cricket and transitions them to the club. The club are part of Cricket Forth Valley that sees six local clubs work together to share best practice and grow junior cricket opportunities in the area, and they also participate in the “Thriving Clubs” programme that contracts the support of Sports Marketing Network to assist clubs to become more visible, vibrant and viable.
The current growth in junior members has now seen the club reaching capacity in terms of it’s coaching provision. Therefore, they are looking for a dedicated coach that can coordinate and lead a quality junior coaching programme and also help build the coaching capacity to ensure sustainable junior structures for the future.