Club Information 2017

Ground

Bartestree Village Hall Get directions


Matches:

Team

Times
Matches U9s Sunday mornings - 10.00 am
Matches U11s Sunday mornings - 10.00 am
Matches U13s Tuesday Evenings - 6.00 pm
Matches U15s Monday Evening- 6.00 pm

Training:

Team Times
Training U9s - U11s Thursday Evenings 6.30 - 8.00 pm
Training U13s and U15s Wednesday Evenings 6.30 - 8.00 pm

Membership & Fees

To be a registered member of Bartestree & Lugwardine Cricket Club, each player must fill in the Club registration form. Please ask your team coaches for this form, or they can be downloaded here:

Registration form 2017
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These will need to be completed, printed and signed before returning to the club secretary.

By registering with Bartestree & Lugwardine Cricket Club you will be allowed to use their facilities and are insured for injury whilst on their premises and if being coached by or playing for B&LCC. B&LCC membership is annual and the subscription fee below must be paid at the same time.

Noted below are the current fees - weekly subscriptions apply to training and matches. These help cover the cost of coach training, insurances, repairs to the clubhouse and grounds, club operational costs, replacement and upkeep of kit and equipment. Match and training fees can be paid each week.

Annual fees are to be paid in advance at the start of each season.

Annual Membership Fee
Weekly Subscriptions
U7 - U15
£20.00
U7 - U15
£3.00 per session
NEW...PAY U13s and U15s SUBS ONLINE
Click here to go to make online cricket subs payment for U13s and U15s

Committee Meetings

Committee meetings are normally held once a month on a Friday evening at 7.30pm.
The venue is normally the Cricket Pavilion but this may change so please check beforehand. Parents are always welcome, so please come along and see how the section functions and organises itself.


Sponsorship

Every year equipment wears out or new training/coaching courses need to be paid for.
Sponsorship of equipment, no matter how small is most welcome.
If you can help in any way please contact a committee member or your team coach.


Mission Statement

To provide coaching and support for all current and potential Cricket players, irrespective of size, shape or ability, from the ages of 7 to 16 with the objective of developing the game of Cricket within Bartestree and Lugwardine and the surrounding district.


Age Groups

Age groups are based on the age of the player on 1st September 2016

Children in the CURRENT school years will be the following teams:

Year 3 or 4 will play with the U9s.
Year 5 or 6 will play with the U11s.
Year 7 or 8 will play with the U13s.
Year 9 or 10 will play with the U15s.


Code for parents and spectators

1, Never force a child to play.

2, Always remember: children play Cricket for their enjoyment, not yours.

3, Teach your child that victory isn’t everything, playing as well as you can
is just as important, defeat is no disgrace.

4, Never yell at a player for making a mistake. Never sneer or use sarcasm,
remember they are not playing for your benefit.

5, Applaud good play - by either team.
Back up the umpire : don’t publicly question the umpire’s fairness or
ability. Children learn best by example. Set a good example.

6, Stay off the pitch. Coaches and umpires are qualified to be there.
If you want to get involved in junior cricket, join them and learn how.
Otherwise don’t interfere.

7, Don’t abuse anyone - especially the umpire: like the coaches, he is unpaid
and he has given up his spare time.
Without these volunteers there is no junior cricket.


Safety & Welfare

Our philosophy at Bartestree & Lugwardine Cricket Club is to enjoy the game of cricket and to encourage players of all standards. We aim to provide a safe environment for all and everyone who has a part to play in this; Committee Members, coaches, helpers, players, parents and guardians.

All players MUST wear the correct footwear and safety equipment when batting or wicket keeping.

We strongly encourage all parents who coach on a regular basis to gain
ECB coaching qualifications. The majority of teams have at least one
qualified coach, who will have covered the following elements:

• Coaching and developing players.
• Injury prevention and basic first aid.
• Child protection.

All coaches and committee members have undergone a Criminal Records Bureau check

All parents who help out with teams regularly have a Criminal Records Bureau check.

If you are not staying to watch, you must make sure that the team coach or manager has an emergency contact number.
 
Ron Williams
Bartestree & Lugwardine Cricket Club Junior Section, Child Welfare Officer