A good Saturday in the league for the 1’s last week as they went top of the Premier league with a comfortable victory at Barrow.
Unfortunately they couldn’t quite back it up and were disappointed to lose out to Swardestone on Sunday in the National Knock Out.
There were some notable performances from Sunny, Jacko and the blossoming Josh Peel but it wasn’t quite enough and there will be a great deal of frustration around the first team ranks at a lost opportunity.
However, the lads did get to wear the brand new Stones Events sponsored kit and tracksuits for the first time and fantastic they looked too!
Al of the items are available on the club shop website at All Rounder Sports, together with the full range of Junior (Premier Sports Sponsored) kit
There is some excellent coverage of our Ladies section in their months Active Magazine, in which Editor Jeremy Beswick came to see how the girls were getting on in their first season of league cricket
For those who haven’t got a copy of the excellent magazine you can have a look online by clicking on the link below:-
The ladies can be found down at Fleckney Rd from 6-7.30pm each Monday evening being put through their paces by coach CPM. If there are any lady readers who fancy having a go please feel free to pop along.
Handbook PDF 2016 Kibworth CC Handbook – FINAL DRAFT-1
Senior fixtures to i phone calendar
Senior fixtures to Android calendar
- Download google calendar app. Then search for KCC 2016 fixtures. Or they can search in a browser to:
ECB National Cricket Survey http://ecb-comms.co.uk/1FT6-4C44H-8C7G0BALA0/cr.aspx
The National Cricket Survey from ECB is your opportunity to provide feedback which can help to shape the future of the game at grass roots level
Its only a short survey this year and will take up no more than 5 minutes of your time and you could also win £250 of vouchers that can be spent at the ECB online shop.
Expert Coaching @KCC
Sunny Patel has spent the majority of his cricketing career at KCC having started as a KWIK cricketer in the 90’s. He was part of our U13 side that won the National Trophy in 2002 and also featured in the first tea. Lords finals on two occasions. A short spell at Worcestershire trying to break in to the county game interrupted his time with us but he is now back and has committed his long term future to the club. Over the last two seasons he has scored over two thousand runs for us as an opening batter and his role as a coach is increasing. He will be Team Manager for the U11 side this year and is also available for 1-2-1 coaching.
KIBWORTH CC PLAYING SUBSCRIPTIONS 2016
Here are the arrangements and subscription fee’s for 2016 including details of how to access the Direct Debit scheme to spread payments which is available to some classifications of players.
Will pay a combined total to cover the club membership fee of £75 and match fees for 15.5 Saturday games. This can be made as a one off payment to be made by the end of May of £200 if paid by cash, cheque or direct e payment. Alternatively the amount can be broken into four monthly payments to be collected at the end of May, June, July and August of £51 each. These must be made by direct debit through our service provider Go Cardless
Those who are in full time education or unwaged will pay a combined total to cover the club intermediate membership fee of £40 and match fees for 12 Saturday games. This can made as a one off payment to be made by the end of May of £100 if paid by cash, cheque or direct e payment. Alternatively the amount can be broken into four monthly payments to be collected at the end of May, June, July and August of £25.50 each. These must be made by direct debit through our service provider Go Cardless University members: Those who are studying at Universities in the area by do not live or intend to play here after the end of term may pay one payment of £50 by the end of May.
Those who only play on Sundays or in the Midweek side will pay a membership fee plus match fees for each game they play. They are still eligible to play Saturday games if the club is short of players but will not be picked in preference to Saturday players. Their membership fee will be payable by the end of May of £40.
Those children who are 12 years or older on 1st September 2015 will pay a membership fee plus match fees for each senior game they play. They will not pay match fees for junior games. Their membership fee will be payable by the end of May of £60.
Those children who are 11 years or younger on 1st September 2015 will pay a membership fee but will not pay match fees for junior games. Their membership fee will be payable by the end of May of £30.
Discount for second child
A discount of 20% will apply to the subscription for a second child in a family.
Club Account details
Bank: HSBC Sort Code: 40-32-04 Account : 91759043
Go Cardless will act as our Direct Debit provider for the 2016 season and will charge a management fee for their services. The club will absorb this charge for members who pay their subs as a single payment and add the fee to the payment for those who choose the four payments option, The management committee believe that an electronic, professionally constructed payment software like ‘Go Cardless’ will save us considerable time and effort and make account reconciliation much easier. It will also give us a degree of flexibility that we hope we can use to benefit members going forward To set up a direct debit instruction go to; https://dashboard.gocardless.com/api/paylinks/0TYXZY8HHE to access the page where you can authorise us to take payments from you;