Club Constitution (2013)

The Rules and Club Constitution are as follows. 1. The name of the Club is Reed Cricket Club. 2. The objects of the club are the provision of opportunities for recreation, social intercourse, and refreshment for the benefit of members, and the provision and maintenance of a Club House at the Reed Village Green, Reed, Near Royston, Herts. 3. The Club will ensure a duty of care to all members of the club by adopting and implementing the ‘ECB SAFE HANDS - WELFARE OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN CRICKET’ policy, and any future versions of the policy. 4. To comply with the requirement of it’s Clubmark status obligations, the Club shall adopt and implement the ECB Club Inclusion and Diversity Policy and any future versions of this policy. Similarly, to comply with the requirement of it’s Clubmark status obligations, the Club shall adopt and implement the ECB Equity Policy and any future versions of this policy. 5. Every candidate for membership shall be proposed and seconded by Members of the Club. His or her full name and address and occupation and the name of the proposer and the seconder shall be communicated in writing to the Honorary Secretary, who shall cause these particulars to be exhibited prominently in the Club House in a part frequented by Members for a period of at least two days before his or her election as a Member. Until the candidate is elected as a Member he shall not be entitled to any of the privileges of the Club. 6. Candidates for Membership shall be elected by the Committee at its sole discretion or shall be elected at a General Meeting of the Club. 7. The Management of the Club shall [...]

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Child Welfare Policy

Child Welfare Policy Reed Cricket Club -Child Welfare Policy Statement Reed Cricket Club is committed to ensuring that all Children and Young People (Aged under 18) who play cricket have a safe and positive experience. Reed Cricket Club is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for junior cricketers. To help us provide that environment the Club Committee has formally adopted a set of Child Welfare Policies which put in place a framework safeguarding all juniors who play, train or watch cricket at Reed Cricket Club We will do this by: ·        Recognising that all Children and Young People participating in cricket (regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, ability or disability) have a right to have fun and be protected from harm in a safe environment. ·        Ensuring that individuals working within cricket at or for our club provide a safe, positive and fun cricketing experience for Young People. ·        Adopting and implementing the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) “Safe Hands - Welfare of Young People in Cricket” policy and any future versions of the policy. (This sets out a framework to fulfill the ECB’s commitment to good practice and the protection of Young People in its care within Cricket.) ·        Ensuring that all people who work in cricket at or for our club, (such as  Officials, Volunteers, Team Managers, Coaches etc.) understand that the Safe Hands Policy applies either directly or indirectly to all individuals working within Cricket (in a paid or voluntary capacity) according to their level of contact with Young People in Cricket. (If anyone has any doubt as to the relevance to their own role, they should contact The Club’s Child Welfare Officer) ·        Ensuring that all [...]

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Player Code Of Conduct

All Members and Guests of REED CRICKET CLUB will: • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person within the context of Cricket • Treat everyone equally and not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, disability, race, ethnic origin, nationality, colour, parental or marital status, religious belief, class or social background, sexual preference or political belief • Not condone, or allow to go unchallenged, any form of discrimination if witnessed • Display high standards of behaviour • Promote the positive aspects of Cricket e.g. fair play • Encourage all participants to learn the Laws and rules and play within them, respecting the decisions of match officials • Actively discourage unfair play, rule violations and arguing with match officials • Recognise good performance not just match results • Place the well-being and safety of Young People above the development of performance • Ensure that activities are appropriate for the age, maturity, experience and ability of the individual • Respect Young People’s opinions when making decisions about their participation in Cricket • Not smoke, drink or use banned substances whilst actively working with Young People in the Club • Not provide Young People with alcohol when they are under the care of the Club • Follow ECB guidelines set out in the “Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children’ and any other relevant guidelines issued • Report any concerns in relation to a Young Person, following reporting procedures laid down by the ECB • In addition to the above, all Club Officers and Appointed Volunteers will: • Hold relevant qualifications and be covered by appropriate insurance • Always work in an open environment (i.e. avoid private or unobserved situations and encourage an open environment) [...]

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Club Constitution (2012)

The Rules and Club Constitution are as follows. The name of the Club is Reed Cricket Club. The objects of the club are the provision of opportunities for recreation, social intercourse, and refreshment for the benefit of members, and the provision and maintenance of a Club House at the Reed Village Green, Reed, Near Royston, Herts. The Club will ensure a duty of care to all members of the club by adopting and implementing the ‘ECB SAFE HANDS - WELFARE OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN CRICKET’ policy, and any future versions of the policy. To comply with the requirement of it’s Clubmark status obligations, the Club shall adopt and implement the ECB Club Inclusion and Diversity Policy and any future versions of this policy. Similarly, to comply with the requirement of it’s Clubmark status obligations, the Club shall adopt and implement the ECB Equity Policy and any future versions of this policy. Every candidate for membership shall be proposed and seconded by Members of the Club. His or her full name and address and occupation and the name of the proposer and the seconder shall be communicated in writing to the Honorary Secretary, who shall cause these particulars to be exhibited prominently in the Club House in a part frequented by Members for a period of at least two days before his or her election as a Member. Until the candidate is elected as a Member he shall not be entitled to any of the privileges of the Club. Candidates for Membership shall be elected by the Committee at its sole discretion or shall be elected at a General Meeting of the Club. The Management of the Club shall be entrusted to a General Committee of [...]

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2nd XI 2011 Averages

The 2nd XI 2011 averages have been posted. Click 'Read More' below to see the full 2011 figures. 2nd XI League Batting Averages 2nd XI League Bowling Averages 2nd XI League Fielding 2nd XI League Team Statistics 2nd XI Batting Averages 2nd XI Bowling Averages 2nd XI Fielding 2nd XI Team Statistics 2nd XI Sunday Batting Averages 2nd XI Sunday Bowling Averages 2nd XI Sunday Fielding

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