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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE
BERMUDA CRICKET BOARD
December 10, 2013
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2013 Annual General Meeting of the Bermuda Cricket Board will be held at Bermuda Cricket Board, on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, at 6:00 p.m.
1. The President to take the Chair and read the Notice convening the meeting.
2. Approve the Minutes of the last AGM of November 29, 2012.
3. President’s Report.
4. Approval of Audited Financial Statements for the year ended December 31, 2012.
5. Appointment of Auditors for the year ended December 31, 2013.
6. Secretary to present Governance Review
7. Election of the 1st Vice President, Secretary and Fund Development Chair to hold office until the AGM of the Bermuda Cricket Board in the year 2016.
8. Elections of three Club Representatives to hold office until the Annual General Meeting of the Bermuda Cricket Board in the year 2014 or until their respective successors have been duly elected.
9. Any other business.
In accordance with clause 12 of the Constitution all authorised representatives for the Members of the Board are cordially invited to attend the Annual General Meeting.
By order of the Executive Committee of the Bermuda Cricket Board
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The Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB) is pleased to confirm that the BCB National Academy (BCBNA), supported by the XL Foundation and the Bank of Bermuda Foundation, will be starting it’s winter training program on Sunday 24 November for the U13 and U15 age-groups. The program follows the same specialist coaching format as the 2012/2013 winter program in which players work in their specialist areas of batting, pace bowling, spin bowling and wicketkeeping. Players will be assessed on a regular basis and will be working to meet certain targets throughout the program.
As a member of the Academy, players are able to attend an optional cricket development tour to South Africa in February 2014. During the tour, players will spend three coaching sessions at Boland Academy and Newlands, play at least six cricket games against local schools and possibly watch some First Class senior cricket. In addition to regular cricket games and training, several excursions have been designed to engage the players in the culture including a visit to a museum, a local school, a safari tour and excursions to Robben Island, Houtbay & Cape Point. Players have been working diligently throughout the year to raise funds to pay for this once in a life-time experience.
President of the BCB, Lloyd Fray stated,
“I would like to thank the XL Foundation and the Bank of Bermuda Foundation for their continued support of our Academy program, which has received ICC recognition and provides high quality one on one and team coaching to players as well as character development activities throughout. As a member of the Academy, players are expected to maintain the core standards of attendance, discipline, respect, courtesy, learning and enjoyment are key to the continued membership of all players in the Academy. The Academy provides young talented and aspiring cricketers the opportunity to develop cricket and life skills through enjoyable and challenging cricket and character building activities.”