Seaham Harbour Cricket Club

This blog is a free service that provides up to date cricket scores, and news about Seaham Harbour Cricket Club. Using the latest communication methods members can post live info using their mobile phone. Also includes the latest info on England and Durham County Cricket Club as well as links to other cricket sites.


Thursday, October 06, 2005

Play Cricket at Seaham Harbour (nr Sunderland)

Cricket at Seaham Harbour Cricket Club

Just a quick note to let anyone who is interested in playing cricket at Seaham Harbour, and are not sure how to fill the online forms in, that they can call in the club on a Friday evening after the committee meeting finishes @ 8.00pm to find out more information about the club.

Everyone welcome.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Advert for help - Make it work!

I know there is a lot going on in the club at the moment that isn't logged on here. Why? Well it is quite simple, nobody is bothering to put themselves out a little bit to inform members of what is happening at the the club.

Perhaps if we appoint a volunteer who will look after website administration then there won't be a problem? Until then it needs everyone to post information about events at the club they are running so it takes the burden off me, allowing me to concentrate on the club achieving Clubmark. (an updated website helps to achieve Clubmark)

To post information on here you need to complete a membership form which you cna get from behind the bar in the club. There is a space of these forms to include your email address. Once I have your email address I can send to details of how to post to this blog.

Examples of events or members information not listed are: -

  • Presentation Night 15th October 2005
  • AGM (including details of appointments to existing and new job roles)
  • New Club Cricket Shirts
  • Christmas Social Night & Draw
  • Key Draw Information

One of the key problems is the lack of support from current committee members (for various valid reasons the committee only average between 3-4 committee members out of 12 for meetings) so it would be particularly useful for existing or new members to join the committee and help run a successful club.

A new committee will be appointed at the clubs AGM (which is sometime in October or November)