|Grant for travel and accommodation costs (only) incurred by “elite” athletes for an event or mandatory training as part of their pathway to representing Victoria in National competitions.
Paul Knight – Vermont CC Coach & Special Guest Co-Host
Tim Snow – Blackburn South CC Coach
Chris Box – Heatherdale CC
Please note that Permit Conditions do not change for these rounds regardless of selection in the Shield Grades for the Sunday 17th November matches.
As we reach the fixtures associated with One Day matches a reminder of the Line Marking obligations for all clubs participating in 40 Over One day games – Refer BHRDCA Senior Rules 3(n)…
A 27.5 metre Fielding restriction circle is to be adopted in all 40 Over One Day matches.
- Area of Restriction; the restricted area shall be the area around the pitch within semi-circles, one at each end, and straight lines, one on each side.
- Semi-circles and line measurements; the radius of each semi-circle shall be 27.5 metres from the centre stump and the extremities of its base shall meet with the straight lines of pitch length, at points either side of the pitch in line with the bowling crease.
- Marking of area limits; The limits of the restricted area shall be clearly marked by a white line or by flat discs. The discs shall be 30 in number (min) and approximately 7 metres apart with one disc at each extremity at the bases of the semi-circles.
- For the first eight overs of each innings no more than two players may be outside the circle; and
- For the remainder of the innings no more than five players may be outside the circle; and
If the fielding team is in breach of these restrictions when the ball is bowled a NO-BALL will be called
Clint Proctor – Koonung Heights CC Captain
Mark Patterson – Blackburn CC President
Vicky Goyal – MyClubTap
Russell McManus – Forest Hill CC Captain
Germaine Symon – Laburnum CC Captain
Peter Rosenthal – BHRDCA President
Peter White – Veterans Co-ordintator
On Monday evening the Delegates of the BHRDCA voted unanimously to rename the current A Grade competition – The Peter White Shield, in honour of the great work Peter has done for the BHRDCA over many seasons.
As a consequence of this renaming, A Grade for the 2019/20 Season has now also been renamed as The Peter White Shield, with the rest of the grades below rolling down from B Grade to J Grade (One Day Grade)
Please note that the 2019/20 Ray McIntosh Shield, Howard Wilson Shield, Dorothy McIntosh Shield & “A Grade” Fixtures have now been released & published on MyCricket. Other Grades will follow within the next week or so as additional affiliation & fixture requirements are finalised.
As of 24/9 this a.m., B Grade, C Grade & D Grade fixtures have also been released & published on MyCricket.
All Clubs with Super 7 teams,
The supply of balls for this seasons Super 7 competitions (via Kookaburra) is yet to be confirmed for delivery. As an alternative Clubs may use a Gray Nicholls ‘Fusion’ 130g ball. Supplies of this may be ordered through the usual BHRDCA Ball outlets.
The 2019/20 BHRDCA Junior Rules have been updated to include all revisions agreed to at the recent Delegates Meeting and are now posted on the BHRDCA Website. They can be found at Club & Playing Resources > Juniors > Junior Competition Rules
A reminder that for any player moving from one BHRDCA Club where they were participating in the 2018/19 season to another BHRDCA Club for the 2019/20 season MUST HAVE a MyCricket Clearance submitted for approval by their previous Club
To all Clubs,
Please note the supply of Cricket Balls for the 2019/20 competition grades, inc. Seniors, Juniors, Veterans (Over 40’s), T20, Stage 2 (Fast 9’s) and Stage 1 (Super 7’s) have been summarised and provided on the link under the Club & Playing Resources > Policies
We loved seeing the post this week from Laburnum Cricket Club, see below how they have utilised association sponsor Childsafe to endorse Child Safe Policies.
Hello to all members of LCC,
The committee recently held an extraordinary meeting where we focused on the responsibilities of the club in relation to the findings from the final report of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Cricket Australia has provided guidance to community clubs in relation to our response and commitment to Safeguarding Children and Young People, and we subsequently undertook to obtain support from “ChildSafe”, endorse this policy, and adopt the Cricket Australia recommendations.
The Committee made the following official endorsement:
“That the Laburnum Cricket Club endorse and adopt (1) Australian Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children and Young People, (2) Australian Cricket’s ‘Looking After Our Kids’ Code of Behaviour for Affiliated Associations and Clubs, and (3) Australian Cricket’s Commitment to Safeguarding Children and Young People, effective as at 25 June 2019”.
Our success in making our club a safe place for children and young people relies on all members and we look forward to working with you to make this work at LCC.
Further details are available via the club website http://laburnumcc.vic.cricket.com.au
c/o Laburnum CC Committee
The BHRDCA CoM is currently awaiting clarification from CA/CV with respect to its position regarding the ICC’s ruling on the application of the new British Standard Helmet and their mandated use. We will advise Clubs/Players on the BHRDCA stance re this ruling, once this clarification is received and a decision is determined.
Please note the next BHRDCA Delegates Meeting will be held on Monday 29th July at the East Burwood Sporting Club, commencing at 7:45 p.m. sharp.
Club Presidents are also encouraged to attend to be updated with the latest news associated with the Cricket East Metro development.
Please note that the 2019/20 BHRDCA Senior competition rules have now been updated to reflect changes voted in at the 2019 AGM, and posted on this site for application in the forthcoming season. Refer Club & Playing Resources > Rules & Regulations > Senior Rules
The MyCricket operational season has also been updated to reflect 2019/20
Minutes of the 2019 BHRDCA Pre AGM & AGM have now been uploaded onto this site > Club & playing Resources > Past Meetings > 2018/19 Meeting Minutes
Check out the latest extract by Heritage Chairman; Steve Tully, who has produced a list of 1st Grade premierships by player, when the player has been the recipient of three or more Premierships. The list is headed by Nunawading Cricket Club great; Doug Bosworth, who in a glittering career played in seven 1st XI premiership wins for his club.
The table can be found at Heritage/History & Records>Records & Statistics> BHRDCA 1st Grade Individual Premiership wins (2018/19)
Please note the following dates for the 2019 BHRDCA pre AGM & AGM
The 2019 pre AGM will be held at 8 p.m. on Thursday 9th May at Heatherdale Cricket Club, while the 2019 AGM will be held at 8 p.m. on Wednesday 29th May at East Burwood Sporting Club.
Any Rule change submissions should be sent to the BHRDCA Sec. or Admin. Mgr. by Monday 6th May.