Seaham Harbour Cricket Club

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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

New Polo Cricket Club Shirts

New Polo Cricket Club Shirts

Cricket Club Polo Shirts will be available in purple or white and will cost the following (to be confirmed by the committee): -

Adults (white or purple) - £12.50

Juniors (white or purple) - £11.50

Both shirts will hopefully be on display in the clubhouse from Friday and orders will need to be received no later than the last game of the season - 10th September.

If you wish to order one or more cricket club polo shirts you can do so by leaving your details behind the bar in the clubhouse.

Payment details will be confirmed by the committee.

Sizes

Children Sizes:

Age 3/4, 5/6. 7/8, 9/10, 11/12, 13

Adult Sizes:

S, M, L, XL, XXL,

Polo Shirt:

65%/35% Poly/Cotton. Weight 200-210gsm

2nd Team News - 3 September

2nd Team - 3 September v South Hetton CC

S Bush, G Pyle, T Lumsdon, S Thompson, I Dawson, N Shah, M Bell, A Young, S Docherty, A Cooker (Jnr) plus AN Other

Reserve: S Shah and D Marshell.

1.00pm start

Key Draw - 26 August

Result

1st Prize - S Weston £15.00

2nd Prize - K Colwell £5.00

Weekly Jackpot: £200

Keys left: 13

Jackpot not won!

If you wish to join the key draw please see a committee member. New members can join within 3 weeks after a jackpot has been won

1st Team News - 3 September

1st Team - 10 September v South Hetton CC

David Thompson, David Leslie, Martin Gill, Neville Gustard, Graeme Thorpe, Duncan Lorraine, Matty Young, Ben Spencer, ADam Graham, Ian Dawson and Shaun Cartledge

1.00pm start

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Polo Shirts

A few people have been asking about progress with polo shirts for the cricket club. Hopefully, we will have examples of a purple and a white polo shirt available this weekend.

An order form will be left in the club for people to place an order.

BBQ - 10th September

BBQ - 10th September

Due to the success of the last BBQ there will another one after the last game of the season. The 1st team are home to Marsden Cricket Club and after everyone will relax with some nice food and a fine selection of refreshments

Hopefully, like the last BBQ we will see a lot of the juniors and their family down enjoying themselves, as well as members of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams.

Further details are posted in the clubhouse or you can speak to David Thompson or Ray Armbrister. Tickets cost £6.00.

Day at the races

Duncan is organising a day at Doncaster races and has posted details in the home dressing room for anyone who is interested in going. So far the two professional gamblers in the club, Duncan and Martin have expressed an interest and will no doubt both come back quids in!

Should anyone else wish to go and have a few bob to throw away then check the details with Duncan.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Message 4 Junior Cricketers

Message 4 Junior Cricketers

Please remember that you have to put your name down on the form for Winter coaching @ The Sandhill Centre, Grindon, Grindon Lane, Sunderland if you wish to attend

Places are limited and we have had a huge response from new players who have already requested a place

The form is on the notice board in the clubhouse so if you intend to come along to Winter coaching @ The Sandhill Centre please inform the club as a matter of urgency

Thursday, August 25, 2005

Key Draw - 19 August

Result

1st Prize - R Baxter £15.00

2nd Prize - J Walton £5.00

Weekly Jackpot: £180

Keys left: 14

Jackpot not won!

If you wish to join the key draw please see a committee member. New members can join within 3 weeks after a jackpot has been won.

2nd Team News - 29 August

2nd Team - 29 August v Boldon CC

S Bush, G Pyle, N Shah, S Thompson, T Lumsdon, D Marshell, A Monaghan, A Cooke (Jnr), A Young, A Graham and Shaun Cartledge.

Reserve: S Shah and M Bell.

Travel by: Car

Leaving The Mill 12.00pm

1.00pm start

1st Team News - 29 August

1st Team - 29 August v Boldon CC

David Thompson, David Leslie, Martin Gill, Neville Gustard, Graeme Thorpe, Duncan Lorraine, Matty Young, Simon Weston, Andrew Pettey, Scott Sherriff and Stephen Sennett.

Reserves: Shaun Cartledge and Adam Graham,

1.00pm start

2nd Team News - 27 August

2nd Team - 27 August v Burnmoor CC

S Bush, G Pyle, N Shah, S Thompson, T Lumsdon, A Cooke (Jnr), D Marshell, A Monaghan, S Sherriff, A Graham and S Shah.

Reserve: M Bell.

1.00pm start

1st Team News - 27 August

1st Team - 27 August v Burnmoor CC

David Thompson, David Leslie, Martin Gill, Neville Gustard, Graeme Thorpe, Duncan Lorraine, Matty Young, Simon Weston, Andrew Pettey, Shaun Cartledge and Stephen Sennett.

Reserves: Scott Sherriff and Adam Graham,

Travel by: Car

Leaving The Mill 12.00pm

1.00pm start

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

npower Ashes tickets

npower Ashes tickets still available

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Call us on 0870 444 3722 for more information or see the England Supporters' Cricket Club section on ecb.co.uk for full details and then apply online

Monday, August 22, 2005

New Club Cap?

Should the club have a new cap for 2006?

Please vote on whether you think we should all have a new cap for 2006.

The example of the purple cap with gold piping shown demonstrates the effective use of the club colours.

500 runs at Seaham Harbour

500 runs at Seaham Harbour

What an excting game of cricket by Seaham Harbour Cricket Club and Felling Cricket Club at the weekend. Some fine batting from Felling saw them reach a total of 250/4 dec. and pretty much favourites to win.

However, Seaham Harbour had other ideas and Matty Young quickly got started and fired a quick 30 in about 5 overs. Another quick wicket and Felling were on top but David Thompson provided support to David Leslie (141 not out) and with the fall of his wicket Martin Gill (41 not out) took over and it looked like Martin and David were going to get a win for the Harbour lads.

With the last ball of the match Seaham Harbour needed 3 to win but only managed 2 to end the day on 250-3

A most enjoyable game played in the right way by both teams

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Under 11 - Jack Lacey - Hatrick

Well done Jack Lacey who took is 1st hatrick with his first 3 balls during the Under 11's junior game against Burnmoor Cricket Club on Wednesday night

The Under 11 team won their 4th game this season against Burnmoor CC and have had a good season. In a few games they have lost the scores have been close.

Some of the lads will be moving up to U13 cricket next year and with more U11 juniors joining the club the committee are please with the progress of the junior set up.

Thursday, August 18, 2005

2nd Team News - 21 August

2nd Team - 21 August v Murton CC

S Bush, A Cooke (jnr), R James, M Bell, Aidan Young, D Marshell, S Thompson, T Lumsdon, N Shah, G Pyle and A Pettey.

Reserves: S Shah and A Monahan.

2nd Team News - 20 August

2nd Team - 20 August v Felling CC

S Bush, A Cooke (Jnr), R James, B Spencer, Adam Young, Aidan Young, D Marshell, S Thompson, T Lumsdon, N Shah and G Pyle.

Reserve: A Monahan, S Shah and M Bell.

Travel by: Car

Leaving The Mill 12.30pm

1st Team News - 20 August

1st Team - 20 August v Felling CC

David Thompson, David Leslie, Martin Gill, Neville Gustard, Graeme Thorpe, Duncan Lorraine, Matty Young, Scott Sherriff, Shaun Cartledge, Simon Weston and Andrew Pettey.

Reserves: Adam Young, Ryan James and Ben Spencer.

Membership

Membership Details

Membership of The Club is open to any member of the community within one of the following categories:

  • · playing member over 18 years
  • · student playing member
  • · playing member under 18 years
  • · cricket supporter
  • · social member
  • · lady member

Any members of the community are welcome to apply to join as a member of the cricket club and should do so by completing an application form or by completing the online enquiry form.

Cost of membership will be confirmed asap.

Key Draw

Key Draw

If you wish to participate in the clubs key draw you will need to see John Blackford or approach any other committee member. The key draw costs £1 per week for one number and is drawn every Friday evening.

Please show your support for your club and purchase at least one number. You never know you might win!

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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Womens Cricket Team Fixtures

Womens Cricket Team Fixtures 2005

Seaham Harbour Cricket do not have a womens cricket team but do encourage people to play cricket regardles of gender and would offer their full support if an individual or group of women / girls wanted to either play cricket or run a womens / girls cricket team @ Seaham Harbour Cricket Club.

Our junior practice sessions for U11 & U13 involve girls and boys

If you are intersted in organising or playing womens cricket at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club please contact us for further details.

U11 Team Fixtures

All U11 team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

U13 Team Fixtures

All U13 team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

U15 Team Fixtures

All U15 team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

U18 Teams Fixtures

All U18 team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

3rd Team Fixtures

All 3rd team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

2nd Team Fixtures

All 2nd team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

1st Team Fixtures

All 1st team fixtures can be found @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/fixtures.asp

with updated results also available @

http://seaham.play-cricket.com/scoreboard/results.asp

Job Role - Social Events Coordinator

Job Role - Social Events Coordinator

A key role in generating income for Seaham Harbour Cricket Club this post is suitable for a dedicated member of the club or committee to provide social events for members and non members of Seaham Harbour Cricket Club.

The Social Events Coordinator will be able to work on their own initiative, be enthusiastic and be dedicated to providing quality social events.

The Committee ask that a minimum of one event per month is arranged for members and non members excluding Club Presentation Nights.

The Social Events Coordinator will need to attend Committee meetings or provide reports to inform the Committee of social events. This inlcudes planning and event, monitoring and event and report on an events outcome.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Position currently held by: - New vacancy to be appointed Oct 2005

Job Role - Junior Section / Club

Job Role - Junior Section / Club

The Club(members) need to appoint people to key postions in a junior section / club. Therefore we need people for the follwoing postions: -

Junior Chairperson (adult)

Junior Committee Members (adults)

Junior Representative (junior)

Junior Secretary (adult)

Junior Treasurer (adult)

The Committee would like appoint people to these positions in Oct 2005.

Tradespersons Required

Tradeperson Required

The Committee would like to appoint the following tradespeople for ad-hoc duties in the club. Obviously some of the work might be too big a job but the Committee would like to hear from professionals who can help with small jobs and offer advice on larger jobs.

Bricklayer

Electrician

Joiner

Plasterer

Plumber

Some of the work may be done by a Handyperson so if anyone who doesn't have qualified trade but can still help out with small jobs that would also be a position we would like to appoint an volunteer to.

The Committee would like appoint people to these positions in Oct 2005

Job Description - Asst. Jun. Coach

Job Description: Assistant Junior Coach

Name of coach:New vacancy to be appointed Oct 2005

Responsible to: Head Junior Coach

Main duties

· To assist with the club’s junior coaching sessions at required venue.

· To assist in the preparation of coaching sessions in advance.

· To work with HEAD JUNIOR COACH in the preparation and running of each session.

· To offer the club feedback on the organisation and degree of success of junior coaching and competitions.

· To travel to competitions with the junior team(s).

· To inform the Head Junior Coach in advance of any sessions that cannot be attended.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Job Description - Head Jun. Coach

Job Description: Head Junior Coach

Name of coach: New vacancy to be appointed Oct 2005

Responsible to: SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB Management Committee

Main duties

· To take full responsibility for the club’s junior coaching sessions at all venues.

· To prepare all coaching sessions in advance.

· To work with and include ASSISTANT COACH(ES) in the preparation and running of each session.

· To attend junior club meetings and report on progress.

· To offer the club feedback on the organisation and degree of success of junior coaching and competitions.

· To assist in the selection of teams.

· To travel to competitions with the junior team(s).

· To inform the Junior Coordinator in advance of any sessions that cannot be attended.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Job Role - Com. Dev. Officer

Job Role - Community Development Officer

Providing leadership, strategy and support to the committee, local clubs, schools and the community the Community Development Officer will seek to promote the activities of Seaham Harbour Cricket Club.

Working closely with Durham Sport, Partnership Development Managers and Cricket Coaches the Community Development Officer will be responsible for planning and organising community events either on the premises of Seaham Harbour Cricket Club or within the community.

The Community Officer will be enthusiastic and have a passion for sport and especially possess excellent communication, networking and presentation skills.

Knowledge of the sport and leisure industry and an understanding of the needs of the club and sport in schools are also required.

The Community Development Officer will need to attend local cricket district meetings and report back to the Committee as required.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Position currently held by: - New vacancy to be appointed Oct 2005

Job Role - Funding Officer

Job Role - Funding Officer

A key role in the development of Seaham Harbour Cricket Club this post is suitable for a dedicated member of the club or committee to pursue outside funding to aid cricket development at the club.

The Funding Officer will be able to work on their own initiative, be enthusiastic and have a passion for sport and especially possess excellent communication, networking and presentation skills.

Outstanding organisational and administrative skills are essential, as the Funding Officer will be required to apply for various funding via different funding bodies.

The Funding Officer will need to attend meetings, seminars aimed at funding for sports clubs, community clubs etc.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Position currently held by: - New vacancy to be appointed Oct 2005

Job Role - Sports Advisor

Job Role - Sports Advisor (Children)

The club seek advise from an outside professional sports coach who is qualified to provide advice and support on best practice on exercise for children.

They will provide the Club Secretary and/or Head Coach with details of up to date recommendations within the Leisure Industry.

During the year the Sports Advisor will arrange for a Sports Coach to attend coaching sessions at the request of coaches to take one of the following sessions: -

· SAQ (ladders, hurdle drills, games)

· Kidz Power

· Cirkidz

These exercises will improve speed, agility, quickness.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Position currently held by: - New Vacancy to be appointed Oct 2005

Job Role - Catering (Teas)

Job Role - Catering (Teas)

Probably the most important job in the club because without teas for 1st and 2nd team games there would no cricket.

The person(s) appointed are repsonsible for organising teas for 1st, 2nd team games and any other fixtures that require teas to be provided by the club.

Should they not be able to provide or arrange for another party to provide teas for any fixture then they must inform the committee

It is the committees responsibility to ensure that all required games have teas made available.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Position currently held by: - Mrs A Armbrister

Job Role - Scorer

Job Role - Scorer

Kevin Buckley to provide details of the job role of a scorer.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Positions currently held by: - 1st Team-Kevin Buckley, Other Scorers not known - need to recruit more regular scorers!.

Job Role - Groundsperson

Job Role - Groundsperson

The Groundsperson needs to be reliable and motivated.

They must have knowledge of sports ground preparation and maintenance. Ideally preparing cricket wickets.

They are also responsible for the upkeep of the ground.

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Positions currently held by: - Tommy Hadden

Job Role - Junior Manager

Job Role - Junior Manager

Junior Managers will inform the Committee of their teams on a Tuesday and complete teamsheet which will be displayed on the clubhouse noticeboard.

They will ensure that the club webmaster also has details of team selection so teams can be posted on the clubs website.

All Junior Managers will discuss their team selection and select teams fairly based on player performance and development. Where approriate Junior Managers will discuss players progress with Team Captains.

Junior Managers will encourage players to play cricket within the spirit of the game.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM or The Executive Committee if post required to be filled after the Clubs AGM.

Positions currently held by: - U18 Team-David Leslie,U11 Team-Stuart Lacey

Job Role - Team Captain

Job Role - Team Captain

Team Captains will inform the Committee of their teams on a Tuesday and complete teamsheet which will be displayed on the clubhouse noticeboard.

They will ensure that the club webmaster also has details of team selection so teams can be posted on the clubs website.

All Team Captains will discuss their team selection and select teams fairly based pn player performance and development

Team Cpatains will encourage players to play cricket within the spirit of the game

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Positions currently held by: - 1st Team-David Thompson,2nd Team-Stephen Bush and 3rd Team-Adam Young

Job Role - Fixture Secretary

Job Role - Fixture Secretary

The Fixture Secretary is responsible for arranging cup fixtures with oppostion teams. They will need to liaise with the Groundsperson and the Committee to ensure that home facilities are booked when required.

They will need to confimr with Team Captains all cup fixtures arranged and re-arranged

They will inform the Committee of league fixtures and report and changes to league and cup fixtures

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - Neil Swainston

Job Role - Committee Member

Job Role - Committee Member

The Executive Committee shall have full control over the Club funds and all matters of government and management of the Club, except as otherwise herein delegated to Selection Committee.

It shall hold meetings as such times and places as it may deem advisable, and it shall have the power to appoint such officers as may be found necessary for the conduct of the Club or to elect Sub-Committees, either from among themselves or entirely from the list of members, or partly one way and partly the other, and for any special business.

The Executive Committee shall from time to time make, repeat and amend all such bye-laws and regulations (not inconsistent with these rules) as they thing shall think expedient for the internal management, use of the field, and well being of the Club. All such bye-laws and regulations shall be binding upon the members until repealed by the Executive or set aside by a resolution of e general meeting of the Club.

The Executive Committee are responsible for posting all rules and bye-laws in the pavilion and the clubroom and such posting shall constitute sufficient notice of the existence of such rules and bye-laws which shall be binding accordingly on all members.

Every Annual General Meeting shall be called by the Executive Committee.

The Executive Committee shall present for consideration and approval to each Annual General Meeting the annual report and audited accounts of the Club for the preceding year.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Positions currently held by: - Stephen Bush, Alan Cooke (Snr), David Leslie, Paul Snaith, Neil Swainston, David Thompson and Adam Young.

Job Role - Bar Secretary

Job Role - Bar Secretary

The Bar Secretary shall keep separate Books of Accounts in connection with the purchase and supply of liquor and provisions dealt with in the clubroom and shall, in conjunction with the Treasurer, be responsible for adequate arrangements being made for the banking of all moneys taken in the clubroom.

They shall render to the Treasurer for payment monthly statements of all outstanding moneys which have arisen in connection with their duties.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - John Blackford

Job Role - Hon. Treasurer

Job Role - Hon. Treasurer

The Honorary Treasurer shall receive all moneys due to the club and shall pay the debts of the club as the Committee may direct. They shall whenever required to do so, render the Committee and account of the moneys received and expended by them.

They shall prepare the Annual Accounts and submit the same to the Auditors of the club.

They shall ensure that all monies received by the club are banked and that expenses are paid.

They shall be responsible for the preparation of an Income and Expenditure Account for each year ending 30th September and shall be responsible for the arrangement of an audit of the foregoing Accounts.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - Malcolm Robinson

Job Role - Hon. Secretary

Job Role - Hon. Secretary

The Honorary Secretary shall on occasions in the execution of their office, act under the superintendence control and direction of the Committee and may receive moneys on account of the Club and pay same to the Club Treasurer.

They shall keep the documents and papers of the Club in such a manner and for such purposes as the Committee may appoint.

They shall summon and attend all meetings and take minutes of the proceedings.

The secretary shall be supplied by the Committee with copies of the rules and shall be bound to deliver a copy thereof to any member on demand, on such payment as the Committee may determine.

They shall keep on the Club Premises a register of names and addresses of Club members and a record of the latest payment of their subscriptions.

They shall make such returns to such authorities as shall be required by law.

The Honorary Secretary shall give at least 21 days notice of the Annual General Meeting to all members of the Club.

The Honorary Secretary shall give at least 21 days notice of a Special General Meeting to all members of the Club, and state the business to be discussed.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - Ray Armbrister

Job Role - Vice Chairperson

Job Role - Vice Chairperson

In the absence of the Chairperson, the Vice Chairperson shall take the chair at meetings of the Executive of the Club, and at the request of the President, at any General Meeting of the Club. When in Chair, they shall have in addition to their vote as a member of the Club, a casting vote.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - John Blackford

Job Role - Chairperson

Job Role - Chairperson

The Chairperson shall take the chair at all at all times at the meetings of the Executive of the Club, and at the request of the President, at any General Meeting of the Club. When in Chair, they shall have in addition to their vote as a member of the Club, a casting vote.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - Dave Young

Job Role - President

Job Role - President

The President shall, when present, have the option of presiding at all General Meetings of the Club, and shall, if presiding, have in addition to their vote as a member of the Club, a casting vote.

How is this position appointed?

Members at the Clubs AGM

Position currently held by: - Peter Weston

Job Role - Catering (Teas)

Job Role - Catering (Teas)

Perhaps the most important job in the club? If there are no teas provided for 1st and 2nd team fixtures then no cricket can be played.

The person(s) responsible for Catering (Teas) must ensure that teas are provided for all 1st and 2nd Team home games, and any other fixtures that require teas

Should the person(s) responsible for Catering (Teas) not be able to provide a 1st team, 2nd team game or any other fixtues where teas are required they must inform the Committee

It is the Committees responsibility to make sure teas are provided for all required matches

How is this position appointed?

The Executive Committee.

Position currently held by: - Mrs A Armbrister

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Rules and Bye-Laws

Seaham Harbour Cricket Club

Rules and Bye-Laws

Duties of Officers

1. The President shall, when present, have the option of presiding at all General Meetings of the Club, and shall, if presiding, have in addition to their vote as a member of the Club, a casting vote.

2. The Chairperson shall take the chair at all times at the meetings of the Executive of the Club, and at the request of the President, at any General Meeting of the Club. When in the Chair, they shall have in addition to his vote as a member of the Club, a casting vote.

3. The Honorary Treasurer shall receive all moneys due to the club and shall pay the debts of the club as the Committee may direct. They shall whenever required to do so, render the Committee an account of the moneys received and expended by them. They shall prepare the Annual Accounts and submit the same to the Auditors of the Club.

4. The Honorary Secretary shall on all occasions in the execution of their office, act under the superintendence control and direction of the Committee and may receive moneys on account of the Club and pay same to the Club Treasurer.

They shall keep the documents and papers of the Club in such a manner and for such purposes as the Committee may appoint. They shall summon and attend all meetings and take minutes of the proceedings. The Secretary shall be supplied by the Committee with copies of the rules and shall be bound to deliver a copy thereof to any member on demand, on such payment as the Committee may determine.

They shall keep on the Club Premises a register of names and addresses of Club members and a record of the latest payment of their subscriptions.

They shall make such returns to such authorities as shall be required by law.

5. The Bar Secretary shall keep separate Books of Accounts in connection with the purchase and supply of all liquor and provisions dealt with in the clubroom and shall, in conjunction with the Treasurer, be responsible for adequate arrangements being made for the banking of all moneys taken in the clubroom. They shall render to the Treasurer for payment monthly statements of all outstanding moneys which have arise in connection with their duties.

6. At every Annual General Meeting, two members of the Club, not being Trustees or members of the Committee shall be elected to serve as Auditors, for the ensuing year. A vacancy occurring in the office of Auditor during the year shall be filled by the Committee.

Members Subscription

7. Any person on ceasing to be a member of the Club shall forfeit all right to and claim upon the Club, its property and funds.

Election of Members

8. The rights duties and privileges of a member shall not be transferable.

9. The members shall communicate any change of address to the Secretary.

Votes for Members

10. Every member other than a junior shall have one vote and no more. No member shall be entitled to vote at any meeting unless all moneys due from him to the Club have been paid. Votes must be given personally and not by proxy.

Clubroom

11. No payment for the excisable articles or liquor on sale in the club-room shall:

a) Be received from any person not being a member of the Club. If any such person shall make or tender payment as such, they shall be forthwith expelled from the Club premises, and the member introducing such person may be expelled from the Club.

b) Intoxicating liquor shall not be supplied to members on the Club premises otherwise than by or on behalf of the Club, and any member committing a breach of this rule or aiding and abetting or conniving at such breach shall, upon proof thereof, be suspended from entering the Club premises for such period not exceeding one month as the Executive Committee shall determine.

12.

a) The proceeds of the sale of refreshments shall be carried to the credit of the club funds for the benefit of the Club generally, and no individual servant or other person shall derive any advantage form the sale thereof.

b) The hours for supply of intoxicating liquor shall be the general licensing hours except so far as lawfully amended by the Executive Committee.

Visitors

13. Every member shall be permitted periodically to introduce two friends as visitors to the clubroom, but the same visitors shall not be admitted more than four times within a period of one calendar month, unless special consent is obtained from the Committee.

The names of the visitors and the member by whom they have been introduced shall be written in the visitors' book kept for that purpose.

14. No person who has been expelled or who having been a candidate for election, has been rejected from membership of the Club, or who is indebted to it, shall be allowed to make use of the facilities of the Club.

15. All members of any opposing Club shall for the actual day on which such club matches be played on the ground at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club be regarded as temporary members of the Club and shall be entitled to all the privileges of the Club other than those of voting or introducing visitors or guests, but including the right to be sold intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises.

16. No gambling, betting, drunkenness, bad language or disorderly conduct shall be permitted on the club premises. Any infringement of this rule will render the member offending liable to expulsion from the Club. It shall be the duty of any member of the Club to take every available means for putting stop to the offences in question, and to report them forthwith to the Committee through the Secretary.

17. The Club room will be open daily at 11am except Christmas Day and Good Friday, when it will be closed, and on all other days it shall be closed at 12 midnight.

The Committee shall have the power or curtail or extend the above opening times on special occasions, by resolution of the committee which shall be exhibited on the club notice board, specifying the nature of such occasion.

18. Upon making the first application for a Club Registration Certificate the Club hereby instructs William Whiteman Solicitor of the Supreme Court that he may with the consent of the Chairman or Secretary give such undertakings to the Magistrates' Court as they shall in the interest of the Club consider fit including undertakings as to the conduct of the Club and as to the alteration of any rule or bye-law and any such undertaking shall be binding on the Club forthwith and shall be strictly executed.

19. The Sub-Committee appointed shall have the management, subject to the control of the Executive Committee, of all matters relative to the respective business for which they are constituted and necessary for the conduct thereof.

20. The meetings of the above Sub-Committee shall be held at such times and places as the Sub-Committee shall appoint. And one half of there members shall form a quorum.

General

21. The colours of the Club shall be Mauve and Old Gold.

22. Tickets of membership shall be produced whenever required and shall entitle the member to admission to the ground and premises of the Club on all occasions, except as may be specifically accepted by the Executive Committee or the above rules.

23. Any member wilfully breaking any of these Rules, or acting in a manner calculated, in the opinion of the Executive Committee to prejudice the interests of the Club, may be expelled after due warning.

24. Applications by a member or members for exclusive use of any portion of the ground, when not otherwise required for club purposes, must be made in writing a reasonable time beforehand to the Secretary and shall be granted subject to the consent of the Executive Committee.

25. No member is allowed to censure any club servant but is requested to report any complaint to the Executive Committee, who shall investigate the same.

26. Any member who has a complaint or suggestion to make must do so in writing to the Honorary Secretary, who will bring it before the Executive Committee at their next meeting.

27. All persons visiting the ground are admitted subject to all Bye-Laws and Regulations.

Club Room

28. Such refreshments and at such tariff as the Committee may determine shall be supplied to the members.

29. All members are required to pay every expense they incur in the Club before leaving the premises.

30. Any person damaging the furniture or other property of the Club shall make good the same to the satisfaction of the Committee.

Junior Club Constitution

Junior Club Constitution

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

A copy of Seaham Harbour Cricket Clubs Constitution can be obtained from the honorary club secretary.

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Junior Club Rules

Junior Club Rules

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well being of all its members. The club believes that it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents associated with the club should, at all times, show respect encouraged to be open at all times and to share any concerns or complaints that they may have about any aspect of the club with their respective junior manager or any of the clubs coaches.

· As a member of SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB you are expected to abide by the following junior club rules:

· All members must play within the rules and respect officials and their decisions.

· All members must respect opponents.

· Members should keep to agreed timings for training and competitions or inform their coach or team manager if they are going to be late.

· Members must wear suitable kit – [SPORTSWEAR] – for training and match sessions, as agreed with the coach/team manager.

· Members must pay any fees for training or events promptly.

· Junior members are not allowed to smoke on club premises or whilst representing the club at competitions.

· Junior members are not allowed to consume alcohol or drugs of any kind on the club premises or whilst representing the club.

Constitution

Constitution

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

A copy of Seaham Harbour Cricket Clubs Constitution can be obtained from the honorary club secretary

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Child Protection Procedure

Child Protection Procedure

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

A copy of Seaham Harbour Cricket Clubs Child Protection Procedure can be obtained from the honorary club secretary

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Equity Policy Statement

Equity Policy Statement

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

This club is committed to ensuring that equity is incorporated across all aspects of its development. In doing so it acknowledges and adopts the following Sport England definition of sports equity:

Sports equity is about fairness in sport, equality of access, recognising inequalities and taking steps to address them. It is about changing the culture and structure of sport to ensure it becomes equally accessible to everyone in society.

The club respects the rights, dignity and worth of every person and will treat everyone equally within the context of their sport, regardless of age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexuality or social/economic status.

The club is committed to everyone having the right to enjoy their sport in an environment free from threat of intimidation, harassment and abuse.

All club members have a responsibility to oppose discriminatory behaviour and promote equality of opportunity.

The club will deal with any incidence of discriminatory behaviour seriously, according to club disciplinary procedures.

Incident/Accident Guidelines

Guidelines for dealing with an Incident/Accident

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

· Stay calm but act swiftly and observe the situation. Is there danger of further injuries?

· Listen to what the injured person is saying.

· Alert the first aider who should take appropriate action for minor injuries.

· In the event of an injury requiring specialist treatment, call the emergency services.

· Deal with the rest of the group and ensure that they are adequately supervised.

· Do not move someone with major injuries. Wait for the emergency medics.

· Contact the injured person’s parent/carer.

· Complete an incident/accident report form.

Children Policy Statement

Protection of Children Policy Statement

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

As one of its major activities SHCC in partnership with the Community serve the needs of children, promoting their development. In doing so, the Committee takes seriously the welfare of all children who come onto is premises or who are involved in its activities.

The Committee aims to ensure that they are welcomed into a safe, caring environment with a happy friendly atmosphere.

The Committee recognises that it is the responsibility of employees and volunteers, paid and unpaid, to prevent the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and to report any abuse discovered or suspected.

The Committee recognises its responsibility to implement, maintain and regularly review procedures, which are designed to prevent and to be alert to such abuse.

The Committee is committed to maintaining good links with the statutory child care authorities.

Code of Conduct - Club Officials

Code of Conduct for Club Officials and Volunteers

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

The essence of good ethical conduct and practice is summarised below. All volunteers must:

· Consider the well-being and safety of participants before the development of performance.

· Develop an appropriate working relationship with performers, based on mutual trust and respect.

· Make sure all activities are appropriate to the age, ability and experience of those taking part

. Promote the positive aspects of the sport (e.g. fair play)

· Display consistently high standards of behaviour and appearance

· Follow all guidelines laid down by the national governing body and the club

· Hold the appropriate, valid qualifications and insurance cover

· Never exert undue influence over performers to obtain personal benefit or reward

· Never condone rule violations, rough play or the use of prohibitive substances

Code of Conduct - Parents

Code of Conduct for Parents/Carers

SEAHAM HARBOUR CRICKET CLUB

· Encourage your child to learn the rules and play within them.

· Discourage unfair play and arguing with officials.

· Help your child to recognise good performance, not just results.

· Never force your child to take part in sport.

· Set a good example by recognising fair play and applauding the good performances of all.

· Never punish or belittle a child for losing or making mistakes.

· Publicly accept officials’ judgements.

· Support your child’s involvement and help them to enjoy their sport.Use correct and proper language at all times.

Monday, August 15, 2005

Cricket v Football

"But here, BBC Sport suggests six reasons why the start of the Premiership season - at a time when the Ashes series is on a knife-edge - feels to some like an unwelcome intrusion... "

source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/front_page/4153306.stm

The above article is an interesting read about how football and cricket have collided and that The Premiership is taking a backseat whilst England is doing well in The Ashes.

However, it raises an interesting debate about how football has slowly been eating away at club cricket fixtures. While most 1st team players at clubs are dedicated to playing cricket many 2nd teams lose players who would prefer to watch football than participate in the game of cricket.

There are cricketers who also play amateur football and are forced to finish their cricket season early.

So it is refreshing to see that cricket is winning the battle at the moment even if in the long run football is destroying cricket by football seasons starting well before the cricket season has finished

Meeting - Friday 19th August

All members are reminded of the importance of Fridays meeting, 7.30pm in the clubhouse. The committee hope that all members can attend.

If you haven't received any/all of the documentation required please contact club secretary Ray Armbrister.

Weekend Cricket Results

Unfortunately, there won't be any details of matches for 2005 posted other than the result and key performances from cricketers.

Saturday saw the 2nd teams game @ home to Hetton Lyons CC cancelled due to rain.

The 1st team produced a fine display in a rain affected game @ Hetton Lyons CC and posted a score of 189/7 of 55 overs which included 88 from David Leslie. David also received support from Matty Young and Simon Weston who both recorded scores in the late twenties.

Recent signing Andrew Pettey looked solid on his 1st team debut although he didn't get a lot of time to shine with the bat as he finished 9 not out.

Due to the rain this left Hetton Lyons 21 overs to score 190 runs to win the game and despite a good start from Shaun Birbeck and Marc Hopkinson the run rate was always going to be a bit too much and the game ended in a draw with Hetton Lyons scoring 134/2.

The match was a draw with Hetton Lyons Cricket Club 9 points and Seaham Harbour Cricket Club 9 points.

Friday, August 12, 2005

Committee Meetings

The committee at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club meet on a weekly basis. Any member may come and attend a meeting if they have something they would like to discuss under any business.

Meeting Times

Summer: Tuesday, 8.00pm

Winter: Thursday, 8.00pm

Please contact the club secretary Ray Armbrister if you intend to attend a meeting with the details of the item you wish to discuss.

Club Officials

List of Officers

· Hon. President - Mr P.Weston

· Hon. Life Members - Mr A.G.Mayhew, Mrs J.Mayhew, Mr P.Willey

· Hon. Chairperson - Mr. D.W.Young

· Hon. Vice Chairperson - Mr. J.Blackford

· Hon. Secretary - Mr E.R.Armbrister

· Hon. Treasurer - Mr M.D.Robinson

· Committee members - Mr S.Bush, Mr A.Cooke(Snr), Mr D.Leslie, Mr P.Snaith, Mr N.Swainston, Mr D.J.B.Thompson, Mr A.Young plus the above officers.

Other Positions

· Fixture Secretary - Mr N.Swaintson

· Club Captains

  • 1st Team - Mr D.J.B.Thompson
  • 2nd Team - Mr S.Bush
  • 3rd Team - Mr A.Young

· Junior Managers

  • U18’s - Mr D.Leslie
  • U15’s - Mr E.R.Armbrister
  • U13’s - Mr E.R.Armbrister
  • U11’s - Mr S.Lacey

· Cricket Coaches

  • Level 2 - Mr D.J.B.Thompson
  • Level 1 - Mr S.Cartledge
  • Level 1 - Mr S.Lacey
  • Level 1 - Mr D.Leslie
  • Level 1 - Mr S.Sherriff

· Bar Secretary - Mr J.Blackford

· Scorers

  • 1st Team - Mr K.Buckley
  • 2nd Team -
  • 3rd Team -

· Grounds person - Mr T.Hadden

· Ground/Club Maintenance - Mr P.Weston

· Catering Staff (Teas) - Mrs A.Armbrister

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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Junior Club / Section

One of our aims at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club is to develop a good junior club / section that will benefit young people by: -

  • improving their health and fitness;
  • increasing their self confidence and self image;
  • encouraging them to have a positive attitude towards exercise and healthy living;
  • increasing their coordination;
  • promoting self discipline;
  • encouraging them to work as part of a team;
  • helping them cope with success and failure;
  • helping them develop their communication skills;
  • providing good cricket facilities to encourage recreational activities;
  • encouraging parents and guardians to play an active role in their childs development;
  • providing challenges so they develop and reach their potential;
  • provding recreational activities in a safe environment.

Our junior section is improving at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club but to provide such opportunities is indeed a challenge that can only be achieved with the help of everyone. We still need the help of parents, guardians, members etc. in helping to develop our junior section further.

We have 5 qualified cricket coaches and plan to run U13's and U11's cricket teams next year. When these teams progress to U15's and U13's we will hopefully be in a position to run another U11's cricket team.

If you feel you could offer your services on the committee, help to transport children to matches or practices, encourage new junior members to the club, coach junior cricketers, manager a junior team or help raise funds your help would be appreciated.

Please contact Ray Armbrister or Graeme Thorpe if you are interested in helping Seaham Harbour Cricket Club develop a good junior club / section.

Courses

The following courses are coming up for cricket coaches/ team managers. It is strongly recommended that all cricket coaches/ team managers in the club attend the courses below: -

Good Practice and Child Protection, 05/09/2005, 6.30pm – 9.30pm, House of Sport, Durham.

How to Coach Disabled People in Sport, 15/09/2005, 6.30pm - 8.30pm, Parkside Community Association, Willington.

Equity in your Coaching, 21/09/2005, 6.30pm – 9.30pm, Roseberry Sports College, Chester-le-Street.

Emergency First Aid, 26/09/2005, 6.00pm – 10.00pm, House of Sport, Durham.

Please inform Ray Armbrister or Graeme Thorpe if you can attend one or more of the above courses. If you have already completed any of the above courses please confirm with Ray or Graeme the dates of the course.

2nd Team News - 13 August

2nd Team - 13 August v Hetton Lyons CC

S Bush, G Pyle, R James, S Thompson, A Cooke (JNR), B Spencer, M Bell, A Young, N Shah, A Monahan and D Marshall.

Reserve: S Shah.

1st Team News - 13 August

1st Team - 13 August v Hetton Lyons CC

David Thompson, David Leslie, Martin Gill, Neville Gustard, Graeme Thorpe, Duncan Lorraine, Matty Young, Scott Sherriff, Shaun Cartledge, Simon Pettey and Andrew Pettey.

Reserves: Ryan James and Ben Spencer.

Travel: Car

Meet at The Mill 12.15pm

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Junior Practice - Wednesday

Despite the U11's having a cricket match this Wednesday there will be a practice for those not playing from 6.00pm - 8.00pm.

All Welcome.

Monday, August 08, 2005

Boony Captains a winning side!

Adam Young took over the captaincy from Tommy Hadden as we drew level with The Phoenix (previously Seaham Rugby Club) 3-3. The game was a tight affair with The Phoenix lads sledging all game. There were some concerns during the game as a couple of times it looked like a few pints were going to get knocked over!

Jim Mills and Shaun Cartledge both knocked 25+ and had to retire as the cricket lads scored 140+ off 26 overs for the loss of 9 wickets.

Travis was in fine form as usual for the football lads and wasted no time in knocking up his 25+ runs. Some fine batting followed and it look like the footballers would take a 4-2 lead but a man of the match performance from Jim Mills bowling at the death ensured a 5 runs victory for the cricketers.

The committee at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club would like to thank everyone from The Phoenix for a most enjoyable day and we look forward to seeing you next year.

Missing Pens

The club will require all the help from the policemen of the club in the hope that we can find the box of missing pens! Peter Weston couldn't find a single pen yesterday after approx. 50 pens were left in the club on Friday. They apparently disappeared soon after and only spent a day at the club.

If anyone has any information would they please contact a committee member as a matter of urgency as they were nice shiny red ones! Your identity will be kept a secret and we can offer a witness protection scheme should you feel threated by the pen thief.

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Seaham Phoenix v SHCC XI

It is that time of the year again this Sunday (7th August) when despite nobody knowing what is going on at the moment we manage to get a good turnout of cricketers, umpires, scorers, kids, bar staff and drunks turning up to play or watch as two teams battle for the most important trophy in the cricket calendar. The footy lads have managed to win the last couple of years (actually, I think just about every year!) so our groundsmen Tommy will be looking for revenge this year.

The day starts somewhere between 12.30pm - 1.30pm. If you have a free day and fancy either a game or watching 22 plonkers trying to play then come down to SHCC. Kids can even play cricket in the nets.

Seaham Harbour Cricket Club U11's are also at home to South Shields Cricket Club U11's in the morning starting @ 9.30am.

Thank you

What a wonderful day everyone had yesterday @ Seaham Harbour Cricket Club. We had 30 children (boys & girls) playing cricket and football all day. The rain even stayed away until we had finished! The days cricket and football hadn't long finished before our club secretary received a phone call from a parent who's son had enjoyed the day so much they wanted to come to the clubs next junior practice.

Any juniors under 13 who are interested in playing cricket can come to junior summer practice on a Wednesday evening @ SHCC from 6.00pm - 8.00pm. Winter coaching starts the week after October half term and will be held @ Seaham School of Technology from 6.00pm - 8.00pm.

The committee @ Seaham Harbour Cricket Club would like to thank the following partners for helping to make the day a success: -

Nick Brown (Cricket Development Officer - Durham CCC)

Sandy Mitchell (Durham Sport)

Ken Riley (SAFCommunity)

Dave Robson (ECB Coach - Easington District)

Geoff Sheldon (Partnership Development Manager - Easington District)

We look forward to working with everyone again throughout the Winter and Summer 2006.

Friday, August 05, 2005

Cricket Captain 2005

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International Cricket Captain 2005 allows the player to take charge of the domestic or international team of their choice and steer that team through full seasons. The player controls all aspects of their teams progress, from transfers, squad and team selection, and training to detailed match tactics such as choosing bowlers, planning their line of attack and setting their fields.

For a trial version click on one of the required links below: -

Cricket Captain 2005 (includes commentary)

Cricket Captain 2005 (no commentary)

Cricket Captain 2005 (commentary patch -requires no commentary version)

Cricket Captain 2005 Manual

For further information about this game and others you may wish to visit

Cricket Web - Games

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Play Cricket @ Seaham Harbour

Seaham Harbour Cricket Club welcomes new players and respects the rights, dignity and worth of every person and will treat everyone equally within the context of their sport, regardless of age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexuality or social/economic status.

If you are interested? joining Seaham Harbour Cricket Club couldn't be easier. All you need to do is provide us with the relevant details on the form on the right hand side of the homepage and someone from the club will get in touch by letter, phone or email.

If you don't want to complete the form but are interested in playing cricket at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club please contact the club secretary on (0191) 5346492 or call in to see us at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club, New Drive, Seaham Habour, Co. Durham SR7 7BX.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Special General Meeting

In accordance with the Constitution of Seaham Harbour Cricket Club Rule 12, a Special General Meeting is convened for Friday the 19th August 2005 at 7.30pm in the clubhouse.

Every senior member should have received a letter and further information about this meeting. If you haven't please contact Ray Armbrister immediately and he will provide you with details.

3rd Team News - 8 August

3rd Team - 8 August v Chester-le-Street CC

Adam Young, A Brown, A Graham, A Cooke(JNR), M Huges, B Spencer, C Burdess, M Bell, Aidan Young, S Brannon and P Mills.

Reserves: M Young and S Thompson.

Travel: Car

Leaving: The Mill @ 6.00

2nd Team News - 6 August

2nd Team - 6 August v South Shields CC

S Bush, G Pyle, A Pettey, S Thompson, A Cooke (JNR), B Spencer, P Mills, M Shah, M Bell, Aidan Young and D Marshall.

Reserves: C Burdess and A Monaham.

Travel: Car

Leaving: The Mill @ 12.30

1st Team News - 6 August

1st Team - 6 August v South Shields CC

David Thompson, David Leslie, Martin Gill, Neville Gustard, Graeme Thorpe, Duncan Lorraine, Matty Young, Adam Young, Scott Sherriff, Shaun Cartledge and Ryan James.

Reserves: B Spencer, S Thompson and A Pettey.

Cricket Club Ties

If you would like a cricket club tie please see David Thompson. There are still a few available priced £9.00.

Key Draw - 29/07/2005

Result

1st Prize - M Bush £15.00

2nd Prize - K Claude £5.00

Weekly Jackpot: £120

Keys left: 15

Jackpot not won!

If you wish to join the key draw please see a committee member. New members can join within 3 weeks after a jackpot has been won.

Monday, August 01, 2005

Players availability

Would all players who haven't already confirmed their availability for up coming weekend fixtures please inform captains or the committee no later than Tuesday evening 8.00pm.

May we remind all players that it is their responsibility to let captains and/or the committee know that they are available for selection. Therefore, we would suggest that all players confirm their availability for games as follows: -

Monday fixture - no later than Tuesday before 8.00pm

Tuesday fixture - no later than Tuesday before 8.00pm

Wednesday fixture - no later than Tuesday (8 days notice) before 8.00pm

Thursday fixture - no later than Tuesday (9 days notice) before 8.00pm

Friday fixture - no later than Tuesday before 8.00pm

Saturday fixture - no later than Tuesday before 8.00pm

Sunday fixture - no later than Tuesday before 8.00pm

It is important to comfirm your availability because a player who hasn't confirmed their availability might not be selected.

3rd Team News - 1 August

3rd Team - 1 August v

Waiting of teams news and opponents of this fixture. Once details are received they will be posted.

Cricket / Football Festival

UPDATE

There are still spaces available for the cricket / football festival to be held @ Seaham Harbour Cricket Club, Friday 5th August 2005, 9.30am - 2.30pm.

There will be football coaches from SAFCommunity and qualified cricket coaches available to ensure all children enjoy themselves.

Football coaching will involve: - Ball Control Skills Team Games Individual Coaching and lots more.

Cricket coaching will involve: - Batting Bowling Fielding Kwik Cricket Game (Durham Senior League U11’s Rules)

PACKED LUNCH

Children will need to bring with them a packed lunch, although there will be crisps, sweets and drinks available in the Clubhouse during breaks.

EVERYONE WELCOME

Everyone is welcome although a Parent/Guardian will need to book a place for children by contacting Dave Roseberry on (0191) 5287623. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Parents/Guardians are encouraged to stay and watch their children participate in activities but you may leave children if required and collect them once the session has finished (between 2.30pm - 2.45pm).