Community, participation and performance








  1. President’s Welcome.
  2. Apologies for Absence.
  3. To approve the Minutes of 2016 AGM
  4. To receive the Chairman’s 2017 Report.
  5. To receive, and if approved, adopt the accounts for 2017, with the Examiner’s report.
  6. To elect the President of the Club, upon nomination of the Management Team
  7. To elect the Vice-Presidents
  8. To elect the Chairman of the Club.
  9. To elect the Management Team of the Club.
  10. To elect the Captains for the 2018 season.
  11. To fix subscriptions for the 2018 season
  12. To elect the Independent Examiner.
  13. To consider any other business at the Chairman’s discretion.

Could all Members please note that either ‘Any Nomination to the Committee/Team Captains or any resolution to be considered at the Annual General Meeting must be proposed by one member and seconded by another and notified to the Secretary at least seven days before the meeting. Notwithstanding this requirement, the Chairman may accept further resolutions at his sole discretion, provided they are duly proposed and seconded as above and relate to the business of the club.’


L Griffiths General Secretary Rowledge Cricket Club Tudors Little Green Lane Farnham Surrey GU9 8TE (01252 710534). E-Mail:

Note for Vice-Presidents: Under Rule 2.5 of the Club Constitution, Nominations as Vice President must be proposed by one member and seconded by another and notified to the Secretary in writing at least seven days prior to the AGM.

Standing Vice Presidents will be automatically re-elected unless the Secretary is notified otherwise.

IMPORTANT: The Draft Minutes of the 2016 AGM are available to all Club members on the Key Club Documents page of the Club Website

Winter nets schedule 2018

Please click here for the nets schedule for 2018 to assist you in pre-booking your training sessions.

There are a few notes for some of the year groups so please take a moment to look at the following:

a) Girls cricket teams

As of this year there is a change in year groups to U11 (incrediball), U13 (hardball) and U16 (hardball) in line with new regulations from North Hants league.

Girls U11s/13s

The girls U11 winter nets will be incrediball/ softball training and the girls U13 winter nets will be hardball training. Please register your daughter according to both age and ability for hardball or softball training. Due to anticipated numbers for the U13 hardball net sessions, each girl will be allocated 4 out of the 6 sessions and you will receive confirmation of dates once sign up has been completed (if space allows we will try to allocate further sessions to the girls). U11 girls (softball) will have the full 6 sessions allocated to them. Please contact Jackie Coffey or Josephine Stevenson with any questions you may have.

b) Boys U11s

Due to the anticipated high numbers for U11s winter nets, we have organised 8 training sessions and each boy registered will attend six out of eight sessions in rotation. Becky King will send out details of each childs six allocated dates once sign up has been completed. Please contact Becky King with any questions you may have.

c) Boys U13s

Due to the anticipated high numbers for U13s winter nets, the sessions will be split into 2 groups of 4 sessions each. Each child will therefore sign up to a total of 4 sessions and Chris Finney will contact you to advise you of your session dates once registration has been completed.

Registration for the Winter nets

We will be pre-registering again this year, to ensure we have suitable space and coaches available to enable us to run productive training sessions. The cost of the course remains the same as last year at £6.00 per session.

To secure your/your childs place please complete the following 2 tasks by 31st January 2018:

-Pay the full sessions fees of £36 to RCC direct*

- For the U13 girls and U13 boys please pay £24 to RCC direct*

-Email to the name and year group of your child and confirmation that payment has been made. Please also inform me if your child has any medical condition(s) we should be aware of.

*Payments should be made direct to RCC via a bank transfer:

HSBC Account:- 71768743

Sort:- 40-21-05

IMPORTANT: Please include the following payment reference: "U11YourSurname".

Please let me know if you are/your child is currently attending RCC Academy / County / District / Performance training.

NB 1

In some instances, it may be helpful for coaching if some elements of the training (particularly bowling action) are filmed. Coaches will play back the video and discuss technical issues with the boys / girls to identify areas to improve. This video will not be used outside of the coaching session. Please let us know if you do not agree to this.

NB 2

For any non members enquiring into our winter nets, please contact me direct to arrange an assessemnt with the coaches during the winter nets sessions before signing up.

Any questions/queries you may have, please do let me know.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible.

Haidee Goodwin

Tel: 07850351271



Here is our final newletter for this season! We ahve had another great season, please take a read to see all our acheivements as well as ongong information.

NewsLetter 2017 Issue 3

Rowledge Cricketer and Barman taking on the Marathon

Your barman is running the London Marathon on 22nd April 2018. After working behind the club bar for 4 years I have got to know some of the regulars well and thats part of the reason I have stuck around and enjoyed doing it. I have chosen to put myself through the pain of running 26.2 miles for two reason, firstly as a personal challenge to complete such a challenge but most importantly to raise as much money and awareness for MS-UK (Multiple Sclerosis).

This is a charity close to my heart.

My best friends mum suffers with MS and has done ever since I’ve known her (which is close to 17 years). She has daily struggles with mobility but despite this she is one of the happiest people I know and is always smiling!

MS-UK is a charity that supports people living with Multiple Sclerosis and by running the London marathon I will be contributing to helping people get the help and support they need.

If you could take a moment to have a read of my page and if you are able to donate something, no matter how much, that would be amazing!!

Thanks and I will keep you all updated


Clubman of the year 2017.... Carlo Bruno

Congratulations to Carlo for receiving Clubman of the year at this years Presidents Day on Sunday 6th August.

Peter Brinsden had these words to say about Carlo.

"Carlo has captained the third team for the last 9 years. They are now in County Division 4, the highest they have ever played at. He has done great job in not only in leading the team but also the solving the weekly headache of putting out a team. Availability is an increasing problem which Carlo has to deal with every week. In addition in recent years he has been a great supporter of the junior players and always tries to give everyone the opportunity to contribute.

Thanks Carlo... great work!"

Photo: Carlo Bruno receiving Clubman of the Year from our Special guest at Presidents Day, Zafar Ansari, former England player former English cricketer who played for Surrey County Cricket Club and the England national team.

VOLUNTEERING- please read this!!

Over the years, the club has been blessed with a number of key volunteers who have done a tremendous job covering all sorts of areas and been hugely committed to RCC.  They have proved the bedrock of our club.

Some of these volunteers have decided to “retire” and we need more people to step up and take over.

There are some key posts we are looking to cover:

  • Most importantly…. running the Bar.  This is a PAID POSITION
  • 3 hours a week May to September…. stock ordering, cash reconciliation, working behind the bar 3 hours per week, organising bar staff rota.
  • Helping to organise the admin of our youth fixtures…. about 2 hours per week April to July.
  • Running the Friday Sweet Stall…2 hours a week May to end July.
  • Volunteers for coaching.  Courses paid for by the club.

Please contact Haidee-  Tel: 07850351271 for more information on the volunteering positions

New funding from EWCT Small Grant SCheme supported by Waitrose

Rowledge Cricket Club are delighted to have received a grant from the EWCT Small Grant Scheme 2016 - Supported by Waitrose. We would like to thanks them for their support in raising funds towards providing more qualified coaching and improving equipment to support the local community and our growing membership.

To see our official 2016 Official certificate from EWCT Small Grant Scheme, please click here.

Calling local women cricketers – we need you!

The Rowledge Women’s XI are looking for new players to join their team playing in this summer’s Surrey Trust League Gold Division. Are you an experienced player who’s taken time out? Or new to the area and want to play again? Or do you play at school and want to get involved in club cricket?

We are a friendly, social team, looking to increase our numbers to ensure we can continue to compete in the League this summer. Matches are played on a Sunday afternoon, with training on Tuesdays. Players need to be over 13 years old.

If you are interested, please contact Carl Baker: / 07768325701

Presidents Pint Prize

The new President David is having a new free Presidents pint prize for any league match for anyone who get a fiver or 75 runs + in a Saturday league game.

This will be for all the three teams but must be drunk at the Club on the night of the achievement.

Go for it everyone and all have a great season.

Best of luck.

Rowledge Recreation Ground-Procedure to Hire

Community use of the Recreation Ground is encouraged by both Rowledge Cricket Club (RCC) and the Rowledge Recreation Facilities Consultative Committee (RRFCC). The Committees are pleased to note a year on year increase in use by community groups including nursery schools, cubs, scouts and what has recently become annual use by Surrey and Hampshire schools for inter schools sports tournaments since WBC granted the Lease in 2011.

The Committees agree the Rec is an exceptional community asset and with completion of RCC’s drainage project, expected at the end of summer 2016, we should look forward to more community use going forward.

If you or your organisation would like to become a Permitted User or Hirer, using the Pavilion or Rec for functions or for club or business purposes an application should be made to RCC Events Manager, Haidee Goodwin, who will guide you through contractual arrangements, insurance and licence requirements. You can contact Haidee on

Please note - If applicable to use all hire fees are kept separate to RCC income and are spent on Recreation Ground projects agreed by WBC.

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