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POINT WESTON CREEK CRICKET CLUB News Magazine

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4SELECTION POLICY 1980-81The Club Committee has decided to adopt the SelectionPolicy of the 1979-80 season for use this year, as outlinedin 'Cover Point', September 1979:-"The club has two broad objectives which will have an_ influence on all selections.1. Tb foster and develop our junior cricketers.2. To provide cricket to all our members.With these two objectives in mind, the teams for the19S0-S1 season will be selected on the following criterion.**The form and attitude of the individual and theneeds, of the teams**The three areas will be considered concurrently atselection meetings."The Selection Committee, consisting of all teamcaptains and the Chairman of Selectors, and the formatof selection meetings remains the same as last season.The Conmittee meets as early as possible in the week priorto the start of a match.This year it has been decided to nominate a vicecaptainin each team. This person will not only performthe normal function associated with the vice-captaincy,but generally ensure that any tasks that would assist thecaptain's role of controlling his side during a match,are done.Duties would include such things as:-1. Collection of fees.2. Checking and recordingthe availability ofplayers.3. Appointing and controlling team scorers andumpires when necessary.


5Completing all paperwork at the end of a day'splay and passing it to the appropriate body.Note that I have said that the vice-captain is to


FINANCIALLY SPEAKINGI am happy to report that the club's finances are ina reasonably healthy state, and, providing members maintainthe level of participation in all areas of the club'fund raising and social activities, as has been the casein seasons past, there is every reason to believe theyWill remain that way.The general fee structure over the past two seasonshas proved to be both responsible and equitable, and assuch, acceptable to members. As a consequence, lastyear's structure of fees has been retained for thecoming season.CLUB FEESJUNIOR MEMBERSUnder 10, 11, 12 $12.00Under 13, 14, 15 and 16 $15.00Family concessions,2 members any age to 16 years $22.003 members any age to 16 years $30.00Junior members registering to play senior pradeswill be required to pay an additional $5.00.SENIOR MEMBERS $35.00FULL TIME STUDENTS $20.00LADIES SENIOR $20.00LADIES JUNIOR $15.00MATCH FEESMatch fees as approved at the A.G.M. are as follows:playing on concrete$ 1.00/match dayplaying on concrete + umpire $ 2.00/match dayplaying on turf$ 2.00/match dayplaying on turf + umpire$ 3-00/match dayladies$ 0.50/match day


SPECIAL NOTESFully financial Life Members of the "Weston CreekSports Centre" will have their club fees reduced bythe sum of $10.00. I take this opportunity to urge allmembers to take out membership of the "Sports Centre"and ask that they encourage their families and friendsto do likewise, (application forms are available fromme at any time). It is especially important that allmembers be fully aware of the need for their support ofthis venture.JIM NUTTALLASSOCIATIONNEWSGRADE COMPETITIONThe first competition matches will be played onSaturday 11th October.This years competition will consist of nine 2-daygames and three 1-day games - the 1-day games will beplayed 3rd, 2 4th and 31st January with the last namedgame to be a 12 o'clock start.There will be no games played on Saturday 8th Novemberbecause of the ACT -v- NZ fixture.2XXThe association is again running the cricket programon 2XX on Saturday mornings between 8.00 and 8.30am.


8REPRESENTATIVE PROGRAM:SENIORS-v- Western Districts 4-5 Oct. Away-V- New Zealand 7-9 Nov Manuka-v- Southern Districts 15-16 Nov Away-V- Illawarra 22-23 Nov Away-V- India 12-13 Jan Manuka-V- Tasmania 31 Jan-1-2 Feb Manuka(or NSW Colts)-V- South Coast & Feb ManukaHighlandsCOLTSHave a game 4-5 OctoberGame against a C.C.&S.C.C. representative side.Colts Carnival between Christmas and New Year.IThe Club will require workers for the following dates:t f7-9 November 12-13 January and 31 January - 1-2 FebruaryAll members are asked to keep these dates in mind.APPOINTMENTSDuring the off-season the association has appointedRay Flockton to the position of Coaching Director forthe ACT and Wayne Boardman to the position ofPromotions Officer.CHANGES IN LAWS OF CRICKETThere has been a number of changes made to the lawsof cricket during the off-season. All captains willreceive a copy of the new laws before the season startsand they should advise all team members of these changes.PADDY O'BRIEN****************************************************


9W.C.C.C. NEWSERCY'S AT LORDSClub Secretary and Editor of 'Cover Point', Percy5amara-Wickrama, was invited to attend the CentenaryPest Match between Australia and England at Lordsrecently. Percy and his family have taken theopportunity to revisit England for 3 months. No doubtPercy will make the most of the occasion to add to hisnow famous collection of cricket ties, books andiiomentos and to renew acquaintances with cricketingfriends there.


BRIAN'S GETTING MARRIEDOn the 20th September Brian and Debbie Kensey weremarried arid are now enjoying their honeymoon inQueensland. We wish them every happiness for the futureand look forward to Brian leading the first grade sidegtgain this season and scoring a lot of runs."l DOUT R&GOGkJISe/ THOse> fIVMOS !""uo WOIJIXR, TtfBY ARB MIS FI©UF,e-SFOR L/AST StftSoO- •"


11WCCC PLAYERS IN ACTCA REPRESENTATIVE SQUADThis season the Club has 3 players In training withthe ACT Representative Squad. They are Brian Kensey andGreg Irvine who are well known from last year as veryexciting cricketers to watch. Newcomer to Weston Creekthis year, Wayne Campbell, is also training hard with theACT squad. We wish them well for selection in the ACTteam and hope to see them in action against the touringsides at Manuka.WOMEN'S CRICKETOnce again the ladies of WCCC have the honour of oneof their members, Lorraine Weatherall, being elected asPresident of the ACTWCA and another, Heather Macdonald,being Secretary of the Association.***********incidently, each issue of this magazine has a serialnumber, ISSN 0156-1*121, on the front cover. This signifiesthe serial number in the Lord's Cricket Museum in England.A copy of every issue is filed there and a copy is alsoforwarded to the National Library in Canberra.


12WESTON CREEK FOOTBALL CLUB INC. WCCC IS UNDER CONSTRUCTIONClub President, Les Drew, informs us that the Clubhouseis expected to be completed on December l8th, 1980. Thedevelopment cost is $413,000 of which $225,000 has beenloaned by the C.B.C. of Sydney. To date there are 300"members. More money is required to meet the cost of theclub and this can be done by new membership fees,debentures or interest free loans. Cricketers canobtain more information from Don Brooker (883010) or PatFlyrm (887552). The bowling green on the site is expectedto be completed by mid-February 1981. Retiring cricketerswelcome.


13CLUB ORGANIZATION FOR 1980-81 SEASONPRESIDENTDON BROOKER10, Rockland Street,Duffy, 2611Tel. 883010 (H),)EP. PRESIDENT:PAT FLYNN7, Serra Place,Stirling, 2611Tel. 887552 (H)>N. SECRETARY:sON. TREASURER:EGISTRAR & HON.ASST. TREASURER:PERCY SAMARA-WICKRAMA14, Hyndes Crescent,Holder, 2611 Tel. 886873 (H)819376 (W)JIM NUTTALL51, Eugenia Street,Rivett, 2611 Tel. 885439 (H)PADDY O'BRIEN2/30 Bindel Street,Aranda, 2614 Tel. 512536 (H)SELECTION SUB-COMMITTEECHAIRMAN:CHRIS HARRIS18, Mackay Crescent,Kambah, 2902 Tel. 316285 (H)JUNIOR CRICKET SUB-COMMITTEECHAIRMAN:LAURIE EVANS8, Tiwi Place,Waramanga, 2611Tel. 884620 (H)823410 (W)


GKOONDS SUB-OTfCETTEECHAIRMAN:BRIAN KENSEY12 Morrissey Street,Wanniassa, 2903 Tel. 700529 (W)COMMITTEE:Chris BodyRichard DrewRay StoneTrevor CobboldTel. 886992 (H)888171 (H)315196 (H)643089 (H)RAISING SUB-CWMITTEECHAIRMAN:JOHN DERRICK14, Hyndes Crescent,Holder, 2611 Tel. 886873 (H)488222 (W)COMMITTEE: Gabe Bloxham Tel. 884117 (H)Ian Ganunage882905 (H)Chris Harris316285 (H)Paddy O'Brien512536 (H)Tom Porter889489 (H)SOCIAL SUB-CCMyEETTEECHAIRMAN:COMMITTEE:GREG IRVINE23, Bunny Street,Weston, 2611Dave FlattIan GairanageChris HarrisPeter MosleyTel. 319967 (H)882905 (H)316285 (H)469389 (W)CANTEEN MANAGER:TOM PORTER50, Mirrool Street,-?uffv, 2611 Tel. 889489 (H)


15COMMITTEE:Paul DuffusBob HueyPhil MclntyreTel. 632202 (W)883655 (H)810133 (W)WOMEN'S CRICKETCHAIRMAN: JULIE HIGGS Tel. 654181 (W)ACT WCA DELEGATES: Cathy Smith Tel. 861718 (H)Lorraine Weatherall 633313 (W)415325 (H)EQUIPMENT OFFICER:RECORDS OFFICER:CLUB STATISTICIAN:NEIL FLEMING46, Fimister Circuit,Kambah. 2902 Tel. 316816 (H)DEBBIE KENSEY12, Morrissey Street,Wanniassa, 2903 Tel. 476870 (W)CHRIS BODY28, Chauvel Circle,Chapman, 2611 Tel. 886992 (H)ACT CA DELEGATES: Chris Body Tel. 886992 (H)Don BrookerPercy Samara-WickrairtaRoger Lonie (Alternate)883946 (H)CCSCA DELEGATES:Frank LonieFrank MalyBruce RussellTel. 883946 (H)310887 (H)318492 (H)HON. AUDITOR: Keith Simmons Tel. 882359 (H)****************************************************


16IT'S NOT CRICKETAfter suffering from a surfeit of dropped catchesin the slips off his bowling,Alf Glover was havinga drink with some of the offenders after the closeof play. After a while one of them said "Well,solong Alf,I must be off.I've got a train to catch!"Alf replied: "So long.Hope you have better luckwith the train."On one M.C.C. tour a well known England cricketerwas being taken round an eastern potentate's harem.After admiring the dusky beauties lying around allover the place, he asked his host how many of themhe had altogether;"At last count 198."A pity;two more and you could have a new ball.From "THE WIT OF CRICKET"by Brian Johnston.


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