Come along and watch MANCHESTER UNITED v CHELSEA FC on our new 40" BAD BOY TV at the Rottingdean Pavilion on:
WEDNESDAY 21st MAY @ 6.30 pm!
There'll be FOOD, FUN and a FANTASTIC ATMOSPHERE!
See you there!
Yet another European night for an English Club. Manchester United v Chelsea FC. Come and watch it at the Pavilion 6.30pm 21st May 2008 on our new 40" Bad Boy TV. Turn up for fun, food and more!
Sunday 6th April saw a chilled group assemble to put the new static nets up. Unfortunately so did the snow clouds so with none of us willing to risk touching metal we de - camped to meet the following Sunday. Thanks to Barry Harper and Tony Hall.
Week 2 saw helpers galore turn up to help which was just as well as there were more people to look for the missing parts.Highwire Rogers , Legolas Ledden and Backflip Beal (having done a full risk assessment) perched on top of ladders (No not Lawes) 12ft in the air to put the brackets on. It was not easy in the high wind especially as Buck seemed to be carrying a couple of sails. All the while Sir David re-knitted the roll on net. So they are ready to use so all club members use them but be careful. Thanks to Steve Grantham ,Stix ,Keith and Kenny Rogers ,Roger Beal , George Ledden ,Charles Kendall , Graham Harris Sir David Watson and any others who turned up to help.
Written by: Dorian Ledden - 15/04/2008
Welcome again to Rottingdean Cricket Club and we hope you are looking forward to the season ahead Our two Managers, Pat Green and Johnny Lawes are looking for more junior cricketers between the ages of 8 to 18.We are holding nets at the Cricket Development Centre, Sussex County Cricket Club on Sunday evenings from 9th March with a coach and these will be open to all Junior members ages 12-16. (For timings please call 01273 309325 and ask for Abbie Ledden)
Your Annual Membership fee will enrol you in the club for a year and cover all colts match fees for the season. Nets (run by qualified coach) will be charged separately at £2.00 per session.
The younger players aged between 6-11 will begin Sunday morning training sessions with Nigel Medhurst in May. More information for this age group will be on online nearer the time.
Abbie Ledden - Membership Secretary, Rottingdean Cricket Club
Welcome to Rottingdean Cricket Club and I hope you are looking forward to the season ahead.
If you would like to sign up as a player for RCC I would ask that you complete the attached membership form. Please can you return this together with your cheque made payable to “Rottingdean Cricket Club” for your annual subscription before 31st March 2008. (Please see attached fee table for full details). If you would prefer to pay your subscription in 4 instalments, please complete the attached standing order form and return with your membership form. (address is on the form)
You will have the opportunity during the season to cut your cost of cricket playing by taking up our incentive scheme. Members will receive 1 free match-fee should they attend a full work session at a car boot sale or RCC club workday. The theory is that if you attend 4 club “volunteer” sessions you can save £32.00 on your cricketing costs over the season. A full adult playing member helping and supporting the club can effectively reduce their membership fee to under £60.00.
Have a great season!
Abbie Ledden - Membership Secretary
Click on the forms to download them
Adults nets are now on at Rottingdean Cricket Club, Falmer Road, Rottingdean weather permitting. They take place on a Tuesday evening 6.00pm to 8.00pm and it is a great way to get ready for the new season.
We have 6 sides playing weekly and we can accommodate all ages and abilities so come along and see if you like set up. We will be splitting the nets up in the next month or so on ability having a designated evening for the 1st and 2nd XIs.
If you are new to the club and would like more information please ring 01273 309325 or just turn up.
Abbie Ledden - Memberhsip Secretary
Cricket's new Club Development Planning System is live and fully functional since April 1.
The new System replaces the Club Development Planning module on the ECB County Board Management System (CBMS) from this year’s current 2008 / planned 2009 data entry onwards.
Thank you for bearing with us over the past few months, it has been a lengthy process updating the new System your patience is much appreciated. We welcome any comments and feedback you may have.
Cricket club users:
The new Club Development Planning System is available to all ECB affiliated clubs
Cricket clubs will access the new System through their own www.play-cricket.com website
Before being able to access the System, club users must assign ‘reader’ and ‘writer’ roles to club members who will be involved in writing the club’s Development Plan. This will be managed by the club’s existing play-cricket site administrator in the play-cricket Club Members database.
Clubs will be able to attach documents to their Club Development Plan as well as print all or bespoke sections of their Club Development Plan.
Cricket Development Managers / Officer users:
Professional Officers will access the new Club Development Planning System through the ECB County Board Management System (CBMS)
Professional Officers will have ‘reader’ access only to Club Development Plans
Professional Officers will be able to view published Club Development Plans for clubs in their own County only.
Content of the new Club Development Planning System.
The sections of the new Club Development Planning System are as follows:
Club Mission Statement
Aims and Objectives
Sports Development Partners
Local Community Links
An audit of the current outdoor and indoor facilities at the club and in its community cluster
Current and required personnel at the club
The current and planned age group teams at the club
The current talented players at the club
The current and planned schools activity across the clubs community cluster
5 Year Future Objectives
The planned 5 year growth at the club
Contact your club’s play-cricket site administrator to get started.
Left click on the link to open it or right click and select 'Save Link As..',
to save the file to disk rather than opening it.