- Published on 12 October 2014
- Written by Richard Verrinder
THE RAYLEIGH CRICKET CLUB
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Rayleigh Cricket Club will be held on MONDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2014 at the Clubhouse starting at 8pm.
In order to allow members to be given chance to consider matters to be discussed at the AGM, a further notice will be issued two weeks before that date detailing all matters for discussion.
In accordance with the Club Constitution any resolutions for consideration at the meeting, including changes to the Club Constitution, must be made to Richard Verrinder, Hon Secretary, in writing, with the name of the proposer and seconder, no later than Monday 27th October 2014.
E-mails will be accepted but please ensure they have been received by the due date. Proposals for amendments to the resolutions, but not new resolutions, can be accepted at any time prior to voting on the matter provided the amendment is seconded.
All Club members are encouraged to attend. Elections for all Club officials and team captains will be held at this meeting. The business conducted at this meeting will affect the running of the Club for the whole of next year and if you want to influence the way the Club is run - this is your chance.
Please note Rule 4.2 (see below) of the Club Constitution concerning voting rights at the meeting:
4.2 The Club shall have the following categories of membership on a non-discriminatory and fair basis: Life member, Adult playing member, Women & Girls playing member, Colt playing member (under 15), Student / Unemployed playing member (15 and over), Associate member, Clubhouse member, and Vice-President. The Club will keep subscriptions at levels that will not pose a significant obstacle to people participating. Male playing members will not be permitted to vote for officials in Women & Girls teams, Women & Girls playing members will not be permitted to vote for captains of Mens teams. Any female member wishing to play regularly in Mens or Colts cricket shall be regarded as an Adult or Colt playing member as appropriate. Colt playing members and Clubhouse members will not be entitled to vote at any General Meeting.
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- Published on 31 August 2014
- Written by Brian Dawbarn
Two wins and four defeats for the Saturday League sides with the 5th XI topping Division 11. The Under 11As win their semi-final.
T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 1. The 1st XI entertained high flying Burnham Sports 1st XI, who batted first and scored 208 all out, Richard Abley taking 3-51. Rayleigh never looked likely to reach their target only Rhys Howard (26) troubling the visitor's attack and they were bowled out for 98. This result means the 1st XI finish 4th in the table.
T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 3. The 2nd XI visited Broomfield 1st XI who batted first scored 132, with Adam Dudmish taking 5-36 and Josh Jones 4-28. James Ellis (22) gave the 2nd XI a good start but a mid order collapse looked as though they would lose the match. However the tail wagged led by Max Jones (19*) to give Rayleigh a win by 2 wickets. The 2nd XI finish 3rd in the table.
T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 5. The 3rd XI travelled to Great Waltham 2nd XI and batting first were bowled for 196, Steve Gosling (50) top scoring. In a close finish the hosts passed this score with 2 wickets remaining. The 3rd XI finish 6th.
T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 8. The 4th XI entertained second in the table Rainham 2nd XI ,who batting first scored 231-7. In reply the 4th XI scored 173-6, Brad Walker (39) and Steve Rothon (38). The 4th XI finish 6th in the table.
T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 11. Great Totham 3rd XI were the visitors to the 5th XI,who batted first and scored 236-9, Rob Wilson (90) and Tony Catling (43) top scoring. The visitors were bowled out for 134, Tony Catling taking 4-20 and Sam Martin 3-12. This win confirmed them as Champions of the Division and promotion to Division 10.
T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 12. The 6th XI visited Great Baddow 4th XI . The 6th XI batted first and were always struggling against an accurate bowling attack and were all out for 108, which total the hosts passed for the loss of 1 wicket. The 6th XI finish 6th.
Southe Essex District Cricket Board Under 11 semi-final. Belhus Under 11A, who topped the West section League entertained Rayleigh Under 11A, who were runners up in the East section. Belhus batted first and totalled 289-5 net score 264. In a very close finish Rayleigh scored 291-5 net 268 to win by 4 runs, Matthew Bumpus scoring 25.
- Published on 21 September 2014
- Written by Brian Dawbarn
Come on down to the Club next Saturday 18th October 7.30 for 8 pm for our annual Presentation Evening to players in our 7 Saturday sides, Women & Girls XI, Midweek XI and Under 15 Colts.
All are welcome to celebrate another good season for the Club.
Also put in your diary Monday 24th November 7.30 for 8 pm - Club Annual General Meeting
Winter coaching (2015)
Please note Sunday session not being held because of poor support in 2014.
Sessions will start at Fitzwimarc School as follows:
From Saturday 31st January
9am to 10am Adult nets
10am to 11am Under 9 and Under 11 Coaching
11am to noon Under 13 Coaching
From Monday 2nd February
6pm to 7pm Under 15 Coaching
7pm to 8pm Women & Girls and Adults - 2 nets each
- Published on 14 September 2014
- Written by Brian Dawbarn
At the beginning of the week, prospects of getting four friendly fixtures looked decidedly poor. Two scheduled opposition sides had pulled out and the remaining side insisted on playing at their ground although the game should have been at Rawreth Lane. Matt Walker came up trumps with three more games which resulted in one win, two defeats and a draw on a beautiful sunny afternoon.
A 1st XI visited Shepherd & Neame side Ardleigh Green1st XI, who batting first amassed 320-7 in their 40 overs, Sam Verrinder taking 2-58. Rayleigh finished on 237-9 with Rhys Howard (43), Steven Lynch (35) and Richard Verrinder (32*) leading the scoring.
A mainly 2nd and 3rd XI entertained Herts & Essex League side Nazeing Common 2nd XI and batting first Rayleigh were bowled out for 160, Steve Adams (30) and James Wratten (28) top scoring. In a tight finish Nazeing were bowled out for 157, Matt Gilmore taking 4-36.
A mainly 4th and 5th XI entertained Northants League side Spencers CC who batted first and scored 254-8, Gary Bush taking 3-24. Brad Walker held the reply together with a dogged 57 but Rayleigh finished on 210-8 to lose by 44 runs.
A mainly 6th and 7th XI went to Chalkwell Park to play a strong Westcliff XI in a time game. Westcliff won the toss and elected to bat and scored 236-7, Paul Cox taking 4-60 and Chris Slough 2-32. Rayleigh struggled to score against accurate bowling but Andrew MacDonald (56) held the innings together and Chris Slough batted out the last 20 overs to secure an unlikely draw.
- Published on 07 September 2014
- Written by Brian Dawbarn
One win and two defeats in the Saturday friendlies and the Under 11As lose their final by 19 runs.
An XI captained by Mike Law hosted a Tillingham XI in a 40 overs game and batting first scored 266-7, Jon Cook (92) and James Ellis (32) top scoring. In reply Tillingham scored 244-9, Adam Keeley taking 2-9 and Steven Lynch 2-22.
An XI captained by Paul Davies hosted a Rettendon XI in a 40 overs game and batting first were bowled out for 139, only Tony Catling (49) troubling the bowlers. The visitors passed this score in the 38th over for the loss of 5 wickets.
An XI captained by Brad walker went to play an Eastwood XI in a 40 overs game at Belfairs Park. Batting first, Eastwood scored 253-4. In reply Rayleigh scored 203-6, Alan Brown (64*) and Tom Gosling (57) leading the scoring.
South Essex District Cricket Board Under 11 final. Hadleigh Under 11s won the toss and elected to bat on a misty morning. Some excellent stroke play and quick running between the wickets took them to 310-3 net score 295 to set a very demanding target. Rayleigh Under 11As, were never quite up with the run rate and despite valiant efforts by Matthew Bumpus and Adam Sullivan they finished on 301-5 net 276 to lose by 19 runs. Some excellent cricket was played by both teams and they were a credit to their clubs.