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STATUS OF THIS DOCUMENT

In accordance with the provisions of the club constitution, a copy of which is available on request or can be found on the Engadine Dragons Cricket Club Web Site (www.engadinedragonscc.org.au), the information contained within this document has the power of being cited as regulations of the club. Thus, in the event that any matter herein is referred to or called upon in any inquiry or hearing conducted by club management in the exercise of its authority, matters herein may be referred to as the Engadine Dragons Cricket Club Regulations.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The club is an incorporated body operating under a constitution approved by the Department of Fair Trading vides the Associations Incorporation Act 1984. In accordance with the club constitution all members, (which includes both players and non-players) are required to abide by the requirements of the club. The constitution provides that members of the club includes the parents of all junior players and those parents of players less than eighteen years of age playing senior cricket.

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

The club is managed by an annually elected management committee. The committee comprises an executive of president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer/public officer together with other office bearers carrying out specific activities to provide for the needs of members. All club members are encouraged to stand for election. The club’s annual general meeting is held in June of each year prior to the commencement of the cricket-playing season.

AFFILIATIONS

The club is affiliated with the Sutherland Shire Junior Cricket Association (SSJCA) for the purposes of participating in the association’s junior competition, and with the Sutherland Shire Cricket Association (SSCA) for the purposes of participating in the association’s senior competition. These affiliations are acknowledged within the club constitution and thus the club and all members are subject to the authority of the parent associations as set out in their constitutions, rules, regulations and competition practices.

EDCC PRIVACY POLICY

The Engadine Dragons Cricket Club (EDCC) is a community based cricket club seeking to provide a service for, and indeed encourage, people of all ages and skills to participate in the playing of competition cricket.

The club respects the privacy of all members. Nevertheless it is in the best interests of the club to promote the game and to publicise its activities and efforts. Club management acknowledges the potential for a conflict between respecting privacy and promoting the game. Accordingly, the club undertakes as a matter of principle a privacy policy that respects the privacy of all members with respect to the collection, access, storage and use of personal information obtained as part of its ongoing activities.

Any club member having concerns regarding invasion of privacy or breach of privacy laws is asked to make known any concern prior to the commencement of the cricket season. All such wishes shall be respected. Concerns on this subject may be brought in confidence to the club secretary

PUBLICATION OF MATERIAL

The club in promoting the playing of cricket and encouraging participation in the sport reserves the right to use all material initiated by the club or supplied by club members. The use of such material shall extend to include the EDCC website; local community newspapers; club newsletters; yearbook and Sutherland Cricket Associations publications, provided all such material is not defamatory or injurious to any person.

DUTY OF CARE

At a time when there is greater focus within the community on social responsibilities within sporting clubs and organisations, it is appropriate the management committee set out its views on this matter.

Apart from the obvious responsibilities exercised by the elected club officials, it is important to identify the commitment made by those who voluntarily undertake coaching and/or team management tasks. Theirs too is a responsible role. Other club members less involved sometimes overlook the extent of that responsibility.

Hence, it is important in supporting the good work of our coaches and managers, that the management committee identify potential areas of concern and require the cooperation of all parents and players so that everyone understands, accepts and applies the guidelines set out.

Fundamentally, whilst a player is involved in a club organised activity, whether it be practice or a match situation, those club representatives responsible for the team have a duty of care which is answerable at law should an incident or accident occur which has repercussions.

While the club accepts this onus, and acknowledges it within the scope of its incorporated identity, all parents and players need to be aware of the limitations from the club perspective and, in turn, their responsibilities in addressing these matters.

DROPPING AND PICKING UP PLAYERS.

Team coaches and managers are volunteers and provide an important role but that role does not extend to include a domestic care service. Hence it is important that players, especially, young players are not left alone at training centres or match venues. The club policy is that no child will be left alone without proper supervision whilst in club care. We therefore expect the cooperation of parents in keeping to the time scales announced for the activity involved. Whilst it is appreciated that occasions can occur where, for a variety of reasons, a late arrival may happen, coaches and managers are encouraged to bring frequent occurrences to the attention of the management committee for action.

BEHAVIOUR OF JUNIOR PLAYERS WHILST ENGAGED IN CLUB ACTIVITIES.

At all times, whilst engaged in club activities, all junior players are under the control of club appointed coaches and managers, whose responsibility it is to supervise the behaviour and actions of all team members. It is equally important that parents reinforce this with their children. Occasions have occurred in the past where players have appeared to lack awareness that they have a responsibility to accept the directions of the coach or manager.

While the club is aware of its legal obligations and the need to exercise a duty of care in the conduct of its sporting activities, and thus maintains appropriate insurance cover, the club does not accept responsibility for the acts of players who disregard reasonable directions and requirements.

FINANCIAL MATTERS

PAYMENT OF FEES

All fees must be paid on registering. Failure to comply means that the player will not be guaranteed a team placing. This is consistent with the club constitution. Receipts will be issued for all payments received. All players and parents are advised to ensure they receive and retain receipts to avoid any problems at a later date. In the event of a query over alleged non-payment of fees the club will require the receipt to be presented to prove a claim of prior payment.

HARDSHIP

No person will be deprived of the opportunity to play cricket due to financial difficulties. Confidential representations may be made to the club secretary who will see that the request is appropriately and sensitively handled.

FUND RAISING

Fundraising is kept to a minimum. All members are expected to fully support any such Club fund raising activity.

REGISTRATION AND JUNIOR AGE GROUPS

CLUB REGISTRATION FORM. All players (junior & senior) including casual players are required to complete the club registration form.

AGE GROUPS (JUNIOR PLAYERS).

The SSJCA conducts cricket in age groups spanning two years, thus 10 & 11 year olds play in the under 12 age group, 12 & 13 year olds in the under 14 age groups and, 14 & 15 year olds play in the under 16 age group. The cut-off date for age groups is midnight 31 August. Thus a person born 1 September 1994, is at 31 August 2006 11 years old and therefore an under 12 player. Conversely, a player born 31 August 1994, at midnight on that date (31 August 2006) is already 12 years old and must register as an under 14 player.

PROOF OF AGE (JUNIOR PLAYERS)

Proof of age is not a requirement for junior EDCC players re-registering. Neither is it required for those who have prior SSJCA registration through other clubs. All new players must supply as soon as possible a birth certificate (photocopy only) or passport (photocopy only).

CLUB POLICY ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

GENERAL POLICY.

The saying, “if you can’t play sport, be a sport” underpins our primary policy on playing. Win or lose – be a sport! The club expects parents to support this policy. The coach represents the club management and will exercise the policy that all team members get even handed treatment. No player is expected to stand down more than once in any season regardless of ability. However, attitude and behavior at training are criteria a coach is entitled to use in determining team composition.

FINALS.

Upon a team qualifying to play in a final, the club policy is specific. The strongest available team must be nominated.

“A GRADE” TEAMS – JUNIOR PLAYERS.

The high degree of competitiveness at this level and its relativity to selection for representative cricket demands the general policy be modified to provide appropriate opportunities and at the same time remain competitive. Accordingly, the age group structure utilized by the SSJCA leads this club to give preference to “second year” players in favouring older and more experienced players when formulating team selections and batting and bowling orders.

SELECTION & GRADING POLICIES

The club determines the placement of players in teams through appointed grading committees. Each committee is charged with the responsibility of assessing skills, competency and potential. In turn, these factors are balanced against the need to ensure each player is graded at a level that will enhance his/her enjoyment of the game and provide opportunity for self-esteem and personal satisfaction.

JUNIOR TEAMS GRADING.

It is essential that all players attend irrespective of the weather and/or rain interference. Every effort will be made to grade as programmed. Grading committees make recommendations only. The management committee makes the final evaluation and determination in consultation with the grading committee chairperson. Upon request and personal representation by a player or parent/guardian, and on the provision of valid reasons, the club executive may review all grading decisions. It should be noted that earlier participation by a group of players in a previous team or other sport does not necessarily constitute valid reason for retention in the same team or level at the current assessment.

SENIOR TEAMS GRADING.

Nominated senior teams are ranked by the EDCC grading committee and registered with the SSCA who grade the teams accordingly.

EDCC CODE OF CONDUCT

GENERAL PRINCIPLE.

The club does not tolerate bad behaviour or misconduct on or off the field whilst a registered player is engaging in a club organised activity. This includes cricket training. Misconduct includes the use of bad and/or offensive language and improper respect for umpires, be they official, duty, or parents acting in that capacity.

SPECTATORS.

Parents when attending as spectators are officially club members and required to comply with this code of conduct. While we encourage parental support and involvement, club officials must handle all matters regarding the conduct of matches. In particular, this includes concerns for umpiring decisions. If there is need for complaint, that matter must be taken up through the club coach and/or manager and not by personal representations to officials or parents of the opposition team.

SENIOR TEAMS.

Captains of senior teams are responsible for on and off field behaviour of team members at practice sessions and at matches. Alcohol is not to be taken to grounds for consumption during the course of a match.

SLEDGING.

The club deplores sledging. Sledging is defined as the giving of comments and insults by a player aimed at personally offending a player from an opposing team. Cricket is a game for sportspeople. It should be played hard and aggressively but absent of foul language, personal abuse, and offensive gestures. Sledging is against the Code of Conduct and the spirit of the game.

SMOKING AT SPORTSGROUNDS.

Smoking bans apply to all spectator areas at sportsgrounds and other recreational areas when they are being used for an organised sporting event. Penalties of up to $550 apply to individuals who smoke in spectator areas at public sports grounds or other recreational areas during organised sporting events. For further information refer to the below link.
No Smoking at Sportsgrounds Factsheet

EQUIPMENT

SUPPLY & CARE OF EQUIPMENT

The club makes available equipment kits (See Batting Helmets) but for hygiene reasons recommends that all players provide their own Protector. Each junior cricket kit is worth upwards of $800-$900, with senior kits even more. All club members are asked to assist in taking care of club gear.

CRICKET BALLS

Cricket balls remain the property of the club at all times. Even after match use they remain so for practice use. “Souveniring” is stealing and is not permitted. Requests for old balls may be made of the club secretary.

BATTING HELMETS.

In accordance with a direction issued by SSJCA (derived from Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW safety policies) all junior players with the exception of the Under 8 Age group must provide their own correctly fitted batting helmets.

These must be worn at all matches and at all training and grading sessions when batting. It is recommended that players and parents in purchasing helmets should buy them from a recognised supplier and ensure that the batting helmet meets Australian standards.

The exemption of the Under 8 Age Group is due to the use of a softer ball.

DRESS STANDARDS

JUNIOR PLAYERS

The SSJCA sets the rules for junior players, i.e. white cricket trousers, shorts or culottes, EDCC playing shirt, white socks, predominantly white shoes or boots. A club cap, white hat, helmet that meets the Standards Association of Australia requirements, may be worn. Coloured football socks, jumpers and tops, which are other than white, are not permitted.

SENIOR PLAYERS.

Similar rules apply for seniors (no shorts!). All senior players are expected to dress neatly and correctly with regard for the club’s image. The same applies when undertaking duty umpiring. As a representative of the club, duty umpires are expected to dress appropriately.

HATS/CAPS.

As all players are representing the club it is expected that all will wear a club hat or cap. These are available in different styles and can be purchased from the club’s uniform officer. The wearing of baseball caps and similar styles other than club headgear is not permitted.

COMMUNICATIONS

CLUB MEETINGS

All members and players are welcome at monthly meetings conducted by the club in accordance with its constitution. Meetings are held in our clubrooms at the Anzac complex on the first Wednesday of each month.

ATTENDANCE AT CLUB MEETINGS

All teams must be represented at club meetings. For junior teams that representative should be either the coach or manager (preferably both) and for senior teams, the captain, or manager (if appointed) or, some other team member nominated to attend as the team spokesperson.

WEBSITE

Our website address is www.engadinedragonscc.org.au. The site is regularly updated with all the latest news and information.

CLUB NEWSLETTER

This is published fortnightly on our website commencing with round 1 of the season. It contains match reports on all teams, photos and a review of team and individual performances. All teams are requested to submit their match reports and any relevant photos to the Club Publicity Officer at day nominated after the conclusion of each round.

ADVERTISING ON THE CLUB WEBSITE.

Advertisers are welcome and invited to contact the Club Secretary for information. All members are encouraged to support the local business and sponsors that advertise in our newsletter, for their financial support ensures that fees are kept to a minimum.

CRICKET PLAYING SEASON

JUNIOR TEAMS.

The season consists of ten rounds of cricket plus one weekend of finals where the teams finishing first and second play off to determine the season premier. There are no finals for U/8 cricket. The season commences in September and concludes in March with a break over the Christmas period coinciding with the school holidays.

SENIOR TEAMS.

The season usually consists of twelve playing rounds and two duty umpire rounds. It commences in September and concludes in March. A series of one-day games are played in the middle of the season around the Christmas period and generally long weekends are game free.

DUTY UMPIRING.

This is part of the season and all senior players must participate and attend matches at the direction of the team captain. Accordingly all players are encouraged to gain an adequate knowledge of the laws of cricket to fulfill responsibilities. The club encourages all senior players to qualify as umpires by attending the appropriate course and passing the necessary exam. Failure to carry out Duty Umpiring results in a loss of points.

PRESENTATION NIGHTS.

The club celebrates the end of season with two presentation nights that are generally conducted in May at the conclusion of each season. The junior presentation is held on a Friday evening and acknowledges the achievements of our junior teams, players and officials with the presentation of awards.

The senior presentation and club night is held on a Saturday evening and all club members are welcome to attend and celebrate the achievements of our senior teams and players with the presentation of awards. This evening is generally held at a local licensed venue featuring a meal and entertainment.

YEAR BOOK & ANNUAL REPORT.

The Yearbook and Annual Report highlighting team reports, individual and team performance will be available online on our website at the conclusion of the presentations.

GRIEVANCES & CONCERNS

A complaint concerning any matter relating to the management of the team should be brought first to the attention of the team manager or coach. If not resolved, or concerns are of a broader nature, the matter should, in the first instance, be brought to the attention of the club secretary or, if unavailable, the club president. Senior players are advised that they should direct all such matters through their captain in the first instance, otherwise through the assistant secretary or the club president.

PERPETUAL TROPHIES AND AWARDS CRITERIA

Note:

The Management Committee reserves the right to withhold the allocation of any award where in its assessment the criteria have not been met or for any other valid reason.

Where the assessment of the award calls for nominations, all such nominations must be in writing, with reasons in support. Nominations must be forwarded to be in the hands of the Secretary or Assistant Secretary by no later than two weeks after the date of the final last played or any other such date as the Committee may announce or publish.

In the absence of nominations the Management Committee shall consider the merits of each award and may determine a recipient on its knowledge of the available candidates.

The Management Committee may make any special award it sees fit to acknowledge special circumstances or to provide encouragement.

All considerations of the Management Committee and/or the Executive are confidential. Neither body shall be required to give reasons for the acceptance or rejection of any nomination.

GENERAL CRITERIA:

To provide a measure of objectivity and consistency throughout all levels of the Club for the determination of performance awards, the following criteria shall apply uniformly: Where a bowler is competing with a batsman and/or wicket keeper for a Club honour, the following system shall apply:

For each 10 runs scored: – 1 point

For each wicket taken: – 1 point

For each catch/stumping made: – 1 point

Where two batsmen or two bowlers are vying for a honour/award the Management Committee will take into account the ratio of runs to innings, and/or wickets to overs noting the strike and economy rates and in each instance make judgment based on its assessment of all circumstances. The above may also be used for determining “All-rounders” but with respect to the junior, intermediate and senior divisions it is to be read in conjunction with the criteria specified.

INDIVIDUAL TEAM AWARDS:(Personal Trophies)

Junior and Intermediate Divisions:

For all junior and intermediate teams engaged in SSJCA competition cricket there will be four awards presented. One for batting and one for bowling plus two others to be nominated by the Team Management (Coach and Manager). The Coach and Manager may recommend two awards from the following four categories;- Most Improved Player, Most Consistent Player, Team Player and Best Fielder. For Batting, and Bowling the award will be based on the highest aggregates derived from the official Scorebooks. Aggregates include both innings but exclude finals. In the case of more than one player sharing the highest aggregate the player with the highest average will be awarded the trophy. No one person may win more than one of the above awards.

In addition, consideration will be given by the Management Committee to recognizing “all rounder” skills where the efforts of an individual player provide justification for an All-rounder award. As a guide, within the Junior Division, minimum 100 runs scored and 10 wickets taken (wicket keeper a minimum 7 catches/stumpings). Intermediate Division, minimum 150 runs scored and 15 wickets taken (wicket keeper a minimum 10 catches/stumpings). All awards shall be based on aggregates and be inclusive of first and second innings but exclusive of finals. The Management Committee will look at situations that parallel these performance levels and take such efforts into account.

Senior Division:

To each team there shall be available awards for batting, bowling, and, where earned, All-rounder. For Batting, and Bowling the award will be based on the highest aggregates derived from the official Scorebooks. Aggregates include both innings but exclude finals. In the case of more than one player sharing the highest aggregate the player with the highest average will be awarded the trophy. To qualify as an All-rounder the recipient must have achieved in the season, no less than 200 runs scored and 20 wickets taken (wicket keeper a minimum 15 catches/stumpings). A player who represents the club in more than one team shall have all efforts credited. All awards shall be based on aggregates and be inclusive of first and second innings but exclusive of finals.

JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE DIVISIONS PERFORMANCE AWARDS:

(Perpetual trophy and personal trophy) Six (6) trophies awarded.

Batting Award:

Shall go to the player within the Division nominated who scores the most runs in the season. There is no weighting for grade. The most runs will be the aggregate of all runs credited to the batsman as shown in the official score book and shall be inclusive of first and second innings. Runs scored in finals shall be excluded.

Bowling Award: :

Shall go to the player within the Division nominated who takes the greatest number of wickets in the season. There is no weighting for grade. The greatest number of wickets will be the aggregate of all wickets credited to the bowler as shown in the official score book and shall be inclusive of first and second innings. Wickets taken in finals shall be excluded.

Wicket Keeping Award:

Shall go to the player within the Division nominated who as the wicketkeeper is credited with the greatest number of dismissals in the season. There is no weighting for grade. The greatest number of dismissals will include all catches and stumpings credited to the keeper as shown in the official score book and shall be inclusive of first and second innings. Finals shall be excluded. In the event of two keepers or more having an identical tally, byes but not leg byes shall be taken into account and the award made to the keeper with the lowest number of byes.

Note: In all cases above, in the event of a tied aggregate, the award will be determined on average.

SENIOR DIVISION PERFORMANCE AWARDS:

(Perpetual trophy and personal trophy) three (3) trophies awarded.

Batting Award:

Shall go to the player within the Division nominated who scores the most runs in the season. There is no weighting for grade. The most runs will be the aggregate of all runs credited to the batsman as shown in the official score book and shall be inclusive of first and second innings. Runs scored in finals shall be excluded.

Bowling Award:

Shall go to the player within the Division nominated who takes the greatest number of wickets in the season. There is no weighting for grade. The greatest number of wickets will be the aggregate of all wickets credited to the bowler as shown in the official score book and shall be inclusive of first and second innings. Wickets taken in finals shall be excluded.

Wicket Keeping Award:

Shall go to the player within the Division nominated who as the wicketkeeper is credited with the greatest number of dismissals in the season. There is no weighting for grade. The greatest number of dismissals will include all catches and stumpings credited to the keeper as shown in the official score book and shall be inclusive of first and second innings. Finals shall be excluded. In the event of two keepers or more having an identical tally, byes but not leg byes shall be taken into account and the award made to the keeper with the lowest number of byes.

Note: In all cases above, in the event of a tied aggregate, the award will be determined on average.

SPECIAL CLUB AWARDS:

Senior Club Champion:

(Perpetual trophy & personal trophy). Determined by the Management Committee. Derived from an examination of the Scorebooks. Awarded to the most outstanding senior cricketer in the club who, through efforts with bat or ball has proved competitive at the higher levels of the SSCA Competition. In determining the merits of a batsman relative to a bowler (or wicket keeper) for the purpose of assessing this award the general criteria set above shall apply. While first and second innings shall count, finals will be excluded.

Club Champion (Junior and Intermediate divisions):

(Perpetual trophy & personal trophy). Determined by the Management Committee. Derived from an examination of the Scorebooks. Awarded to the most outstanding cricketer in either the junior or intermediate divisions, who through efforts with bat or ball has proved him/herself competitive at the higher levels (A or B Grade) of the SSJCA Competition. In determining the merits of a batsman relative to a bowler (or wicket keeper) for the purpose of assessing this award the general criteria set above shall apply. While first and second innings shall count, finals will be excluded.

Club All Rounder (Junior and Intermediate divisions):

(Perpetual trophy & personal trophy). Determined by the Management Committee. Derived from an examination of the scorebooks. Awarded to the most outstanding all round performance in either the Junior or Intermediate Divisions. As a guide a minimum of 150 runs scored and 15 wickets taken (wicket keeper a minimum 10 catches/stumpings). In the event of a bowler/wicketkeeper qualifying the standard is set as a combination of wickets taken/wicket keeping catches/stumpings equaling a minimum of 15 dismissals. For the purpose of assessing this award the general criteria set above shall apply. In addition 1 point will be awarded for each fielding catch and run out (the Thrower). While first and second innings shall count, finals will be excluded.

JUNIOR & INTERMEDIATE CLUB AWARDS:

Most Improved Team: (Perpetual trophy, and personal trophy awarded to players, coach & manager) Determined by the Management Committee. Awarded to the team that on results shows improvements in the second half of the season relative to the first half. While the points scored acts as an indicator, the grading and age group of the team will be taken into account.

Bob Price Encouragement Shield:

(Perpetual trophy and personal trophy) Nominations are sought. Awarded to a player within the Junior and/or Intermediate Divisions. Determined by the Management Committee. The award recognises the need to encourage players. Any player may be nominated but the Management Committee will take into account age, performance, level at which played, years of experience. Commitment, effort, enthusiasm for the game are key determinants. Basically, and as simply as possible, the award is designed to encourage a young cricket to follow his love for the game through playing as long as possible. Generally, a more established player, playing at the higher levels would be seen to be in less need of encouragement than one coming through the levels.

Greg Heffernan Fielding Trophy:

(Perpetual trophy and personal trophy) Nominations are sought. Determined by the Management Committee. Awarded specifically for fielding effort. The number of catches taken is a factor but for a wicketkeeper allowance is made for the advantages of gloves. Considerations include alertness, speed and accuracy of returns, determination, and encouragement of fellow players, in particular bowlers.

Rookie of the Year:

(Perpetual trophy and personal trophy) Nominations are sought. Determined by the Management Committee. Awarded to a player who has completed their first ever year of competitive cricket and has displayed potential and enthusiasm for the game.

SENIOR CLUB AWARDS:

Senior Rookie of the Year:

(Perpetual trophy and personal trophy) Nominations are sought. Determined by the Management Committee. Awarded to a player in the first full year ever of senior cricket who displays a high level of skill, ability, and potential.

EDCC SERVICE AWARDS:

Club Service Awards: Introduced in 1996/97, the Service Award acknowledges continuous club playing service and seeks to promote pride in the club. The awards are in periods of five years, ie: five, ten, fifteen, twenty and at twenty-five years Life Membership may be awarded.

Club Member of the Year:

(Perpetual trophy & personal trophy) Nominations are sought. Awarded to a club member who, gives freely of his/her time and energies in supporting the club in its activities. Management Committee members may be nominated in which event the Club Executive shall determine the recipient.

Life Membership:

While any club member may nominate any other club member to be a Life Member such nomination is to be in writing with reasons in support. The Management Committee is not bound to accept nominations or give reasons for rejection. In considering any such nomination it will be guided as follows.

  • The basic merits of each nomination.
  • The years and nature of service to the club rendered by the nominee.
  • Generally, but not exclusively, no less than ten years continuous club service is seen as a minimum.

EDDC BRADMAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP:

This scholarship is to select two players eligible to compete in the under 12 age group, preferably from the highest graded team, and send them to attend the Talented Player Coaching Camp conducted by the Bradman Foundation. The course is conducted at Bowral during school holidays. The Club will cover all player costs associated with the camp.

Preference will be given to selecting A grade players with special consideration directed towards those in their second year in that age group, although the grade is not the sole factor. Primarily the scheme seeks annually to identify two keen cricketers within the club, who will benefit from this experience and are deemed to have potential. At the same time they must be seen to be interested in pursuing cricket at the higher levels, eg. Representative and ultimately Grade.

The Management Committee with input from relevant coaches will make the selection at the end of each season. Selections are subject to informal acceptance by players and parents prior to places being reserved, funds committed and a formal decision being announced. The selection process is at the discretion of the Management Committee and no correspondence will be entered into.

WESLEY ADAMS MEMORIAL TROPHY:

(Junior and Intermediate divisions): (Perpetual trophy & personal trophy). Nominations are sought.

This award seeks to reflect values that Wes held dear. It seeks to recognise a spirit of endeavour and pride in effort taking into account fair play, teamwork and sportsmanship. It is meant for the aspiring player who shows preparedness to put in the hard work and commitment which one may expect will lead to accomplishing the goals for which he or she aims.

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