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BHRDCA O40 Grand Finals

Good Afternoon All,

Congratulations to all teams that have made their way to Grand Final in each Division

Below is the games to be played this Sunday February 20 2022 with the nominated venues.   We will upload this information into MyCricket and ask all clubs to check the information provided and let us know of any ground changes that need to be corrected.

In relation to umpires we will work with the Box Hill Reporter District Cricket Association umpires to stand umpires in each game – further advice to follow.  Umpire fee is $130 for a single umpire to be shared by both clubs ($65/team).

A reminder of the criteria for player eligibility is a minimum of two games for that team and if you have any doubts then you should contact Michael Whitehead (0419 523 183) for clarification/permission to move from that position.  It would be a shame to see a reversal of a game due to not asking about eligibility.

Good luck to all teams participating.

BHRDCA O40 Grand Finals

 A Grade

Lower Eltham v Bulleen Templestowe –Eltham Lower Park

 B Grade

Park Orchards v Box Hill North/Superkings – Domeney Reserve

 C Grade

Heatherdale v Deakin – Heatherdale Reserve

CONGRATULATIONS MATTY – Vermont South Cricket Club

👏👏👏CONGRATULATIONS MATTY! 🔵🏏🔵
The club would like to congratulate Matt Williams on receiving a 2020 Deakin Community Award. A Life Member of the VSCC, Matty has been a hardworking volunteer for over 20 years as a player, committee member and coach. Matt served 8 years on the committee, including two years as President, has been heavily involved in coaching at a junior and senior level and has also been a long term sponsor of the club.
Appointed as senior coach in the 2016/17 season, Matty has spent countless hours working with and developing our younger players. These efforts led to our First XI winning the BHRDCA Wilson Shield in 2018/19 and being runners up in 2019/20.

The awards are supported by Federal MP for Deakin

Michael Sukkar and celebrate & honour the contribution of our community’s unsung heroes, who serve others without expectation of reward.

Well done & well deserved

Matt Williams

Please click the link for the Presentation. https://youtu.be/Md2zNx91WJA
A massive thank you to James McLeod from Tobin Brothers for allowing us to hold our virtual presentation at their Ringwood venue.
Also to Paul Hooper for all his hard work putting this virtual event together. Excellent job 🙂
We hope you enjoy watching, also congratulations to all the award, trophy, medal & Flag winners for season 19/20
We look forward to being together in April for the 2020/2021 Presentation at the

Mulgrave Country Club

2020/21 Special General Meeting Minutes etc al…

All Clubs,

Please note the Minutes from the 2020/21 Special General Meeting, held on 10th Nov. at Vermont CC, just before the commencement of the BHRDCA’s 130th season, are now posted in the Past Meetings folder on the Website (Club & Playing Resources > Past Meetings > 2020/21 Meetings)

Among items of note from the Meeting…

  • All proposed Rule changes for the 2020/21 season were passed unanimously (inclusive of a free hit for any No Ball call in all Shield Grades (only)), and
  • A shift to Online processing of Umpire Match Payments
  • The approval of Affiliation Fees, Honoraria and Umpire Match Fees for 2020/21

The final and most significant decision on the night occurred, when the Delegates voted unanimously to support the bestowing of the BHRDCA’s 38th Life Membership on the current serving President; Peter Rosenthal.

Congratulations Peter on a thoroughly well deserved honour after a decade as BHRDCA President and years more contribution to the BHRDCA on and off the field.

Finally, a reminder to all Clubs, and to assist those Clubs who are e-Scoring this season please ensure your Team Selection lists are posted on MyCricket by 8.00 p.m. Friday night prior to Weekend matches and as soon as possible prior to Junior & Veterans Matches.

Good luck to all the Clubs, Teams and players for the 2020/21 season.

BHRDCA CoM

2020/21 Cricket Balls

ALL CLUBS,

After agreeing to focus the BHRDCA’s competition for the 2020/21 season on One Day matches (in support of the CA/CV recommended direction) and to meet the desire of Clubs whose senior grades, where designated, seek to play in coloured attire, the BHRDCA has updated its Ball Provision policy for 2020/21, inclusive of White Ball arrangements.

Please refer to Club & Playing Resources > Policies > Cricket Balls for the most recent update to this policy

BHRDCA CoM 

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

 

UPDATE From BHRDCA CoM 26th March 2020

We are living in amazing and unprecedented times that are providing enormous challenges for everyone in every aspect of daily life.

 Cricket may well be the least of those for some people and that is acknowledged.

Many clubs have had to cancel presentation day, or night, which is a tough call especially when we should be celebrating individual and team success.

Similarly, the BHRDCA presentation night, scheduled for April 3rd, cannot proceed in the current environment.

We do propose to hold this in the future and acknowledge those that have achieved success this season, our valued sponsors and other key stakeholders that are strong supporters of the association. The timing of this is, however, unclear today.

There has  been emails sent to our sponsors in the interim thanking them for their support and assuring them that when the sun comes up again, we will be here and we hope our partnership continues. We will continue to promote them where possible via the website and social media. If an opportunity presents to support them then I am sure they would love to hear from anyone within the BHRDCA community, and let them know you are part of the BHRDCA community.

The CoM are planning as we normally would for the pre AGM and AGM although the challenge of how to hold those events is still to be resolved. No doubt clubs will be faced with similar challenges and we will work through the logistics as best we can or consider postponing the scheduled events based on Government advice and rules imposed.

We trust that everyone, and your loved ones, stay safe through the turmoil and we all get out the other side bigger and stronger. With the absence of AFL and many other local sports, it underlines what an important role sporting clubs play in the local community and why so many volunteers give their time to ensure it is a thriving and vibrant environment within each club. It will be a great day when the clubs are populated and buzzing again.

Let’s stay the course together and look out for each other.

Regards

BHRDCA CoM

 

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