Roles of an admin nature

Off the pitch there are plenty of ways you can help and are as equally as important to the smooth running of our club, some examples of roles we are always looking for help with are;

Team Managers and Team Helpers –

Ensuring we provide plenty of competitive of cricket for the children is equally as important and in conjunction with our coaches we need Team Managers or helpers who responsibilities would include:-

Advise players of match details, ensure adequate travel arrangements exist for away games, help prepare ground for home matches, boundary markers, stumps, tables and chairs. Maybe write match report for the club’s website and report results. Orgabnise a rota for refreshments for the home games.

Skills/knowledge required will include; Good organisation skills.

Youth Section Admin Support

A really important role supporting our Youth Manager with the inevitable administration, that comes with running any club. By removing as much administration from our coaches it allows them to focus more on the important task of coaching your children.

You will be working alongside our youth Manager and liasing with coaches and parents alike

Skills/knowledge required will include. Ability to work with spreadsheets (excel), communicate via email and occasionally word of mouth

In terms of time commitment, approx. 10 hours in the winter months and approx. 20 hours in the summer months

Second hand kit -co-ordinator

With children growing so fast, typically cricket clothing and equipment is ideal for passing onto others and saving a few pounds. An ideal role for a parent and typically on a few weeks each season

Entirely up to the volunteer how they wish to organise and run the scheme.

Supporting our Treasurer

The club’s income comes from a variety of sources and to support our committee we are looking for someone to act as an assistant treasurer, reconciling sources of income

Skills/knowledge required will include; Good excel and word skills IT skills.

In terms of time commitment, approx. 1 to 2 hours per month

  • Getting Involved

    Our club is run entirely by volunteers. Everyone has skills that can help in the smooth running of the club. Just a few ways can be found below;
  • Administration

    Plenty of small roles which you can do from the comfort of your home at your computer. Contact Elly -
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  • Coaching

    A great way to get involved with your child's cricket, and without such Mums and Dads their would be no junior cricket. Contact Graham -
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  • Grounds

    With two grounds we are always looking for help, and a great way of enjoying the fresh air. Contact Mark -
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  • Social

    Along with a great game of cricket, comes the social side of the club, which is so important for a family orientated one. Contact Elly -
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