Please see below for information from Tim Hart in regards to his leaving of Cricket Scotland. WDJCU wish to thank Tim for all his assistance and guidance in his role as Cricket Scotland liaison officer to the committee and we wish him well in his future endeavours.
Dear Clubs, the Cricket Community, Network Colleagues & Friends,
It is with very heavy heart that I am getting in contact to inform you that I am leaving Cricket Scotland, after 9 years – with my post being made redundant, as part of Cricket Scotland’s Reset Plan. I will be leaving as soon as my time on the Furlough Scheme ends, at the start of September.
I remain involved in sport as a volunteer at my local club – and I am continuing in my role as a coach within the Western Warriors Youth set up. My updated contact details are firstname.lastname@example.org and 07753-987286.
I have always felt a great sense of pride to work for Cricket Scotland – and I would like to thank all of you for your support of me, of cricket and of Cricket Scotland during my time with the organisation.
Good to see junior cricket back in the form of localised inter-club matches. Many clubs have begun friendly matches at the weekend and are hopeful of more over the next few weeks dependent on the good old Scottish weather.
Any club that wishes, and has correct permissions in place, can send photo’s in to Secretary Ann Hargie for the website and promotion of junior cricket.
The series of Cricket Scotland Under 11 indoor “Kwik Cricket” festivals commenced on Sunday the 27th of October 2019, at Uddingston Grammar School. East Kilbride CC were the hosts for the first festival of the winter, with East Renfrewshire CC and Poloc CC also participating. Clydesdale CC and a combined Hillhead|West of Scotland team will join hosts Poloc CC at this Sunday’s festival.
Anyone wishing more information, or any club interested in entering the next round of festivals, should contact Tim Hart.
Cricket Scotland’s West Regional Participation Manager, Tim Hart, has released the final schedule for a series of Under 11 indoor “Kwik Cricket” festivals, taking place during October, November and December. Five teams have entered the series of participation festivals, with each team scheduled to ‘host’ at least one festival.
Tim Hart has emailed club Junior Convenors with details of a Cricket Scotland “West Region Participation Forum”. The forum will focus on “All Stars Cricket”, the Junior formats, Cricket Scotland participation programmes – and will feature a short practical element. More information is available here.
sportscotland and Cricket Scotland have asked that we publicise an article that sportscotland is currently featuring on the SPORTSFIRST section of its website, involving two cricketers at East Kilbride CC.
You can read the story of Moon Mughis Shaikh and her daughter, Nayma Shaikh (pictured), here.
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