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The BHRDCA turns 130

Happy Birthday to the BHRDCA – on this day (5th September 1890), the BHRDCA was founded

130 summers later as we prepare for season 2020/21 the challenges we face administering & playing under COVID conditions will be unusual, different and feel strange and awkward to many Clubs, Officials and players, however the competition has survived the ravages of World Wars, Bush Fires, Depressions and other disasters and gone from strength to strength over thirteen decades.

Stick together as Clubs, Officials and Players committed to the great sport that is cricket and we will get through the current challenge as well as our predecessors did when confronted with theirs.

Happy Fathers day to the Dads this weekend also…

BHRDCA CoM

Mukti Australia Cricket Project


Mukti Australia is a Christian organisation seeking to provide hope and a better future for disadvantaged woman and children.

The BHRDCA and Topline Cricket are joining forces with Mukti Australia’s Cricket Project to send cricket gear to Sri Lanka.

If you have any cricket equipment or clothing (junior gear only) that you no
longer use or are upgrading, please consider donating to Mukti Australia
to support this worthy cause.

Any gear can be dropped off at Topline Cricket, 31 Burgess Rd, Bayswater North
(when Covid19# restrictions allow – cut off date to follow)

Personalised Face Masks

Check out the mask created for the BHRDCA.
They can be personalised for your club.

For more information pleases contact ryan@sportingfineart.com.au

 

BHRDCA Competition Season in MyCricket set to 2020/21

All Clubs & MyCricket Administrators,

Having completed all administration and closed all outstanding matches for the 2019/20 season, the administration season for MyCricket has now been set to 2020/21, as has the default MyCricket season for all BHRDCA Member Clubs.

In a program change provided by MyCricket Support, this update has also copied across all recorded 2019/20 Office Bearers, so should Clubs have altered these positions since the completion of the 2019/20 season, the Club MyCricket Administrator will need to update these records.

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

Regards,

BHRDCA CoM

TOPLINE CRICKET Coaching Program for BHRDCA players

The BHRDCA have been very active over the past months with zoom meetings ensuring that we are in readiness for an October 2020 start for both the seniors and juniors.

I will be organising a delegates meeting for the 3rd/4th week of July when we have the all clear from the appropriate authorities in July where we can interact with each other.

Topline Cricket are once again sponsoring the BHRDCA for the 2020/21 season, Jim has sold the business to Lal Jayasinghe who is a Level 3 High Performance Coach with 32 years of International experience behind him.

Attached is a pre- season coaching flyer that Lal is offering for all age groups, can you please forward this onto the appropriate club persons so that they can be made aware of this offer.

I will be in touch again over the next couple of weeks with specific dates/details.  Tom Anderson

Grant Professionals update on $1000 Survival Package for Clubs

Hi all

The Victorian State Government has just announced the details of the Victorian Community Sport Sector Short-term Survival Package. From our experience it appears to be a grant well worth applying for. This short-term $1,000 survival program is designed to support the ongoing operational viability of clubs throughout the COVID-19 shutdown period and beyond, ensuring organisations are equipped to recommence the delivery of their activities to the community following the lifting of restrictions.

FUNDING AVAILABLE
Victorian clubs and community sporting organisations delivering sport and active recreation can apply for $1,000 in Government assistance (Associations – please refer to a separate communication).

Financial support will be provided to assist the organisation remain operational during the eligibility period, and to support readiness to return-to-play in adherence with Victorian Chief Health Officer restrictions and advice. For more information, see: https://sport.vic.gov.au/our-work/return-to-play

WHAT CAN BE APPLIED FOR?
Eligible expenses are those that have been paid, are unavoidable during the eligibility period (1 March to 31 August 2020) and are essential to maintain operational viability.

Funding can be used for:

  • fixed costs (e.g. rent/utilities/insurance)
  • essential salary costs (not match/player/coach payments)
  • current affiliation costs and
  • any other costs that keep the club viable and ready to function once restrictions ease.

Please note that equipment and uniforms are not eligible to be applied for.

Wanting to apply?
If you would like us to apply on your behalf, please respond to us ASAP with an idea of what you would like to apply for from the list above.  Following this, we will be in touch with you directly to have an interactive conversation around any further details which may optimise your application.

If you are unaware or unsure of our terms, please note that we work on a ‘success fee’ basis to complete the grant application i.e. we will only charge your club if the application is successful.  No charge for the work undertaken if the grant application is unsuccessful or for any other work / advice. Our fees are 20% of the first $1,500 of a grant won plus 15% of the remainder (+ GST).

Please note that this grant will close on the 15th June or sooner if funds are exhausted, so we would recommend that you act as soon as possible to maximise your likelihood of success.

Yours Sportingly, Omee Garcia, Grant Professionals  03 7019 8718

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