Weekly clubs bulletin no 20 – 9 September 2021
Posted on 10th September 2021 at 08:45
Here is this week’s round-up of information for YCSPL clubs.
ExtraCover Insurance Whitworth Cup final. Our congratulations go to Sprotbrough CC, who beat Aston Hall CC last Sunday by 39 runs in the 2021 ExtraCover Insurance Whitworth Cup final. Our thanks go to sponsors ExtraCover insurance and Wath CC on hosting an excellent day.
Viking Cricket Yorkshire Leagues KO Cup. Our congratulations go to Appleby Frodingham CC, who beat Driffield CC last Sunday by seven wickets in the 2021 Viking Cricket Yorkshire Leagues knock-out cup final. Our thanks go to sponsors Viking Cricket and Woodhouse Grange CC and Yorkshire Premier League North for hosting the day.
White Rose Yorkshire Premier Leagues Championship play-off semi-final. We wish our champions Appleby Frodingham CC all the very best for their semi-final against Woodlands CC of the Bradford Premier League this coming Saturday, 11 September, at Brumby Hall – 11.00am start.
Individual award winners. We will provide full information next week about the qualifying criteria for awards, and the action necessary by clubs.
League AGM. The venue for the YCSPL AGM on Monday 15 November 2021 is now confirmed as the Phoenix Sports & Social Club, Pavilion Lane, Brinsworth, Rotherham S60 5PA. We remind clubs that any nominations for Board/Committee positions and proposals for rule changes should be sent to the LEB secretary, Graham Swallow, by 30 September
Record All Stars and Dynamos participation. This year, 101,000 kids have played All Stars and Dynamos cricket, seeing more participation and diversity of participants at recreational level than ever before.
Safeguarding. Safeguarding Young Cricketers online courses and Safe Hands webinars are now available to be booked as follows:
Safeguarding Young Cricketers is a free online course that replaces previous face-to-face courses, which takes approximately one hour to complete, and can be saved at any time. Club Welfare Officers must complete this online course if they have not completed a Safeguarding and Protecting Children course/online course in the last three years. Joining instructions will be issued within approximately 24 hours of booking on the Safe Hands webinar below.
A Safe Hands webinar is also currently in place of the face-to-face course. Webinars are suitable for both new Club Welfare Officers and refreshing existing Welfare Officers. Welfare Officers should click here to book a place on the webinar, using their full name as it appears on their DBS certificate, and using an email address that is unique to them. There are limited spaces available on the webinars so immediate booking is recommended.
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