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BHRDCA return to play update

With recent Government announcements, and assuming health metrics are met, we are planning for:

  1. Outdoor training can resume October 26, exact size of group(s) are to be determined
  2. Matches will commence November 14

A working party of 7 club presidents and the CoM have determined:

  1. Play will commence on Saturday November 14, under the assumption health metrics are met and the rules of the day allow
  2. The season will consist of 14 one day games, including finals, there will be no two day cricket
  3. 80 and 70 over grades only will be offered in the one day format

Junior cricket will be aiming for the same start date pending further information and understanding they can probably cope with less pre season. Juniors are a little different from a fixturing perspective with the need to work more closely with RDCA & ECA. Veterans cricket is to be advised but will take a strong lead from Saturday afternoon cricket in terms of timing.

The season start date and one day cricket only is consistent with Cricket Victoria recommendations and also aligned with other metropolitan competitions.

There are ongoing meetings between Cricket Victoria along with state and local government seeking clarification about resumption of training and matches. We are also seeking clarification on Covid practices clubs and venues will need to have in place to ensure training and games can proceed.

Continual updates are being shared with your club presidents and will be provided as the picture becomes clearer.

With regional Victoria easing restrictions, including non contact sport commencing, as well as other states, and territories, starting their seasons we will have real examples of how the new environment looks and operates to help us get our season going.

Stay safe.  BHRDCA CoM

 

Safeguarding Children/Young People

All Clubs,

A new link has been established on the BHRDCA Website, under Club & Playing Resources > Policies > Safeguarding Children/Young People to provide an overview of the BHRDCA’s adoption of the new CA policy for safeguarding Children and Young people. It includes the PowerPoint presentation conducted by Clint Kennon (CV Cricket Mgr.) as a component of the new Policy and the extract of confirmation from the most recent BHRDCA CoM Minutes indicating that the policy was formally adopted by the CoM.

All Clubs are required to commence the processes associated with compliance of the policy immediately.

Further inquiries on the implementation of the policy at your Club should be directed to Clint Kennon (CV Cricket Mgr.) on 0473 040 593.

BHRDCA CoM.

Child Safety & Eastern Metro Regions presentations

All Clubs,

Please find below links for you to communicate among your members to the two presentations conducted by Clint Kennon (Inner East Cricket Mgr.) at Tuesday nights BHRDCA President’s Meeting.

Clubs Document

Safeguarding Children and Young People – Region and Association Forums

Any follow up inquiries on either of these presentations should be made to Clint on 0473 040 593

BHRDCA CoM

 

2018/19 MyCricket Season set

All Clubs & MyCricket Administrators,

Having completed all administration and closed all outstanding matches for the 2017/18 season, the administration season for MyCricket has now been set to 2018/19, as has the default MyCricket season for all BHRDCA Member Clubs.

If anyone has any issue associated with this update please contact the BHRDCA Admin. Mgr.

Regards,

BHRDCA CoM

2017/18 MyCricket season set

To all Clubs & MyCricket Administrators,

Having completed all administration and closed all outstanding matches for the 2016/17 season, the administration season for MyCricket has now been set to 2017/18, as has the default MyCricket season for all BHRDCA Member Clubs.

If anyone has any issue associated with this update please contact the BHRDCA Admin. Mgr.

Regards,

BHRDCA CoM

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