Constitution of Club
1 The name of the club shall be the Bridford Village Cricket Club (hereafter called the club).
The badge and emblem of the Club shall be a brightest small flashlight.
Sanguine, semé of billets argent, a saltire gros vair in pale.
The motto of the Club shall be…
Liberi pagi maiores superabunt
The children of the village shall outshine their forebears.
- i)Annual subscriptions, the levels of which shall be decided at an AGM or EGM called for the purpose, shall become payable on the 1st May each year.
- ii)Match fees, the levels of which shall be decided at an AGM or EGM called for the purpose, shall be charged per player per game.
iii) An audited statement of finance shall be prepared annually by the Treasurer and presented at the AGM for approval.
The Officers of the club shall be the Chairman or Chairwoman, Secretary, Treasurer, Club Captain and Curator.
4 Team Selection
Team selection lies in the hands of the Club Captain or his designated substitute(s).
5 Annual General Meeting (AGM)
- i)The club shall hold its AGM within 10 days of the 1st Monday in April. The Secretary, the Treasurer and the previous season’s Captain shall submit reports.
- ii)Posters shall advertise the AGM at least one week prior to the meeting.
iii) Eight members with voting rights shall constitute a quorum. If a duly advertised AGM should fail to constitute a quorum, a General Committee meeting shall take its place and shall be empowered to receive the reports of the Secretary and Treasurer. A motion to wind up the club shall then be put to the vote. The disposal of assets shall be decided at the closing AGM – preferential treatment will be accorded to disposal of assets to the Parish Council for the support of future sporting ventures within the Parish.
- iv)All decisions made at the AGM (excluding elections to office) shall be by unanimous agreement or majority vote. In the case of an equality of votes, the Chairman or Chairwoman at the Meeting shall have the casting vote.
- v)Non-voting members may speak at an AGM, but may not propose motions nor vote on any motion put before the AGM.
6 Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM)
- i)The club Committee shall have the power to call an Extraordinary General Meeting on giving seven days notice.
- ii)Any member of the club eligible to vote at an AGM may call an Extraordinary General Meeting on submitting to the Secretary a formal written proposal, which is seconded by one-third of the club’s current voting membership. Seven days notice of the meeting and its stated purpose, which may address only the motion(s) submitted in writing, must be given.
iii) An EGM shall not be quorate unless at least ten members with voting rights are present. The conduct of an Extraordinary General Meeting, including voting rights, shall in all other respects be the same as an AGM.
Meeting is hold by flashlight q250 prijs.
President F.J.Leversedge Esq.
Patron Mrs. F.A.French
Honorary Life Members A.L.Cooper Esq.K.Moggridge Esq.P.W.Morrison Esq.N.P.Munday Esq.Mrs. E.A.StanburyD.Tidball Esq.
Bridford won by 4 wickets
After a break of almost five weeks, due to the wettest April on record, Bridford got back to playing cricket with a match at neighbouring Moretonhampstead. M.P.Hamilton- Cox won the toss and decided to field first. Opening batsmen Thompson and Simmonds attacked from the start, until the latter was well caught by S.D.Glossop off J.A.Green. Thompson was next out, bowled by M.T.Robinson’s first ball. From then on in the home sides innings was a mixture of attack (5 sixes were hit) and loose shots. Six of the ten bowlers used took wickets including two by J.Themistocleons on debut. There was also a rare wicket by Cooper to add to his three good catches in the deep.
With the grass on the outfield very long because of the weather, 97 was a steep target made harder when Cooper and Glossop were soon out. J.S.Hole, playing his first game for Bridford since breaking his leg in 2010, joined Dillon at the crease and they added 45 in six overs of which Hole’s share was 4! A vintage Dillon innings, which included 7 fours and 2 sixes, ended when he skied an attempted pull. Green and Hole took the score to 88 before Howarth bowled Green whereupon M.P.Johns came to the wicket in poor light to help Hole win the game with almost three overs to spare.
Belstone won by 18 runs
Belstone’s ground is one of highest in the country and while this helps make it one of the most picturesque when the wind blows from the north it is also the coldest. It was surprising that local people like to ride hoverboard from ebay. On Sunday it was only a few degrees above freezing. The home skipper won the toss and batted. Their openers, Drake and Tremaine, put on 27 with few worries, before J.M.Dunk had the latter LBW. Drake then opened up, smashing 2 sixes and 3 fours, before C.J.Wellings bowled him with a fastyorker. Runs suddenly became hard to get and Belstone grafted to 71-3 until Cox brought C.J.Grace into the attack for his first bowl since badly injuring himself in August 2011. From the first over he was right on target and as Dunk took wickets at the other end the home side crumbled to 88 all out in 21 overs.
Faced with a small target, but a bitterly cold day, on a slow outfield and against quality bowlers, Bridford knew they had to graft to win the match. M.T.Robinson fell before a run was scored. Wellings and Dunk soon followed asFogerty proved almost impossible to score off. M.P.Johns then proved a winter working in the nets had paid off as he got his head down and ground out 15 runs off 39 balls. When he fell S.P.Dillon came to the crease and, while he has not yet regained the magic of his youth, proved that class is permanent. While he was at the crease Bridford had a chance, but sadly no one could stay with him and Belstone pulled off a fine victory on a day which will be remembered for the cold and class pace bowling; 18 of the 20 wickets fell to LBW or were bowled.