AGM Sunday February 21st 6.30pm Robertsbridge Club.
2016 will see a change at the Club with the need to pay a groundsman. This will cost the club in excess of £1000 and so the committee has decided the best way to fund this is to propose to make increases across the board.
At the AGM it will be proposed that annual subscription will be £50, concessions £25.
Players that only play midweek will be required to pay Social membership of £10 and £5 match fee. Weekend match fees remain at £10 and £5.
Under 16 membership will go up to £15 with the Monday sessions being £4.
Indoor Nets and weekend indoor fixtures
The indoor nets will start at Robertsbridge Community College on Tuesday March 1st at 8pm. There are indoor league games on Sundays from 7th February for six weeks. Please let Alastair know if you wish to play.
First Team Batting:Paul Nice
First Team Bowling:Ben Collins
First Team Player of the Year:Pat Grace
Second Team Batting:Keith Pagan
Second Team Bowling:Ben Keeley
Second Team Player of the Year:David Colins
Third Team Batting:Peter Goodsell
Third Team Bowling:Alvin Atkins
Third Team Player of the Year:Alvin Atkins
Young Player of the Year:Baillie Wright
Well Done All
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