Oxfordshire Cricket Association 2019
 
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celebrating over 100 years of league cricket

With over 100 years of history, the Oxfordshire Cricket Association is dedicated to offering competitive result cricket to member clubs and promoting youth involvement in cricket at a grassroots level, all played in a spirit desirable to local cricket.

The league’s progressive rules and constitution puts it in the perfect position to tackle the modern-day challenges facing cricket and those passionate about playing.

New clubs and teams are actively encouraged to join, whether the club has one side, or only certain teams from within a club want to join.

New sides are always placed at the appropriate level within the league system to ensure a competitive, and enjoyable game for everyone.

The Association’s playing conditions and rules are decided by the clubs, and are governed by a committed, experienced and responsive committee of individuals, all of whom have been involved in local cricket for many years.

The committee provide training courses to improve ground and umpiring standards, to ensure that two neutral umpires officiate every game with the best facilities possible.

 

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Notices

OCA AGM 7:30 pm, November 28th 2019, Oxford City Football Club

Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of the Oxfordshire Cricket Association which will be held on Thursday 28th November 2019 at Oxford City Football Club, Marsh Lane, Oxford OX3 0NQ from 7:30 pm
Agenda, Accounts, Treasurer's Report and Chairman's Report will be supplied previous minutes and papers pertaining to proposed changes to the Constitution, Match Rules and Playing Conditions can be found under "Administration" below.These will not be supplied and need to be printed by individual clubs.
Proposed changes are in red where these are just for clarification, red, bold and underlined where changes are substantive.
No further proposals or nominations have been received from clubs but all are reminded that proposals for changes to Match Rules and Playing Conditions can also be proposed to the Captains' Pre-season meeting.

ECB ACO Stage 1 and Stage 2 Umpires courses

For those of you who cannot make weekends Oxfordshire ACO are putting on evening umpires courses at Banbury Twenty CC in the New Year - see information below in Administration

Additional ECB ACO Stage 1 and Stage 2 Umpires courses

Due to exceptional demand Oxfordshire ACO are putting on additional umpires courses in the New Year - 25th January, 1st and 8th February.
See flyer in the Administration section for more details and how to book on

East & West Hendred Win Division 2

Witney Swifts Win Division 1

Steventon II Win Division 6

Middleton Cheney II Win Division 7 North

Osberton Radiators Cup Final

Following investigations after this final it has been found that Chipping Norton Second XI played an ineligible player in the match and therefore the game and trophy are awarded to Middleton Cheney CC Second XI
This decision has been taken by the Registration and Disciplinary Panels of the OCA and accepted by Chipping Norton CC

Oxenford Win Airey Cup

Radley Win Telegraph Cup

By 7 wkts.

Steventon Win Division 4

Chinnor Win Division 7 South

Hook Norton Win Division 3

Tetsworth II Win Division 5

Freeland Win Steve Dixon Cup

Freeland beat Letcombe by 6 runs Mom was Rich Howe of Freeland scoring 63 runs.

ECB ACO Stage 1 and Stage 2 Umpires courses

These two courses to run in October/November lead to nationally recognised umpire accreditation. For more details see flyer under Administration below or go to:
https://www.ecb.co.uk/be-involved/officials/find-a-course

OCA Umpires Course

This introduction/refresher evening is aimed at those umpires taking part in a club rota in the OCA and also any other umpire or player who wants to brush up on Law and OCA Regulations.
See notice in Administration below for more details
Contact ocagensec@gmail.com to book

Photographs

If any club wish to submit photographs from their games which may be published in the local newspapers, please send them directly to Kieren Bushnell, the media secretary via email. These can be either team pictures, action pictures, or a picture of a player who has made a notable contribution in the game. These pictures must include a full caption with names of players. I cannot guarantee they will be used, but the best photos will be considered for publication.

Interested in becomind a scorer? Then this could be for YOU?

We are looking to hold a scorers level 1 course over two weekends during Feb March 2019.

Should you feel this would benefit your club in any way for (both present scorers or potential scorers) please reply to this e-mail address. (theharrishousehold@live.co.uk)

Idealy we would also like to use local cricket clubs to host these events as we are trying to keep the costs down and this would help a great deal.

Please let me know if your club would be able to help and if you have anyone interested.
Many thanks
Steve Harris
OCUSA CSO

Information on obtaining new or re-newing DBS certificates

A number of OCA umpires need to apply for DBS certificates and some will be about to expire, so the following notes may be of assistance?
The important thing is that ALL UMPIRES must hold a current DBS....

1. Ian Royle can initiate the process for anyone who needs a DBS, either new or renewing, and would need name as on passport/driving licence, date of birth and email address.

2. Any club welfare officer should also be able to do this or the welfare team at OCB

3. Anybody who obtained their DBS through the ECB will get a reminder.

4. The 3 year time scale is decided by the ECB as the governing body but the DBS certificate itself only has an issue date not a "sell by" date. This is the same for any organisation to decide how long they want to leave it before a new certificate is required as technically the certificate is only valid on the day of issue when the checks have been completed as you could get a conviction the day after your certificate is issued!

5. OCB Welfare team can check if somebody has a certificate as they get a full list of those issued through ECB for the county.

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Match Reports

Administration

Treasurer's Report to the AGM 2019

OCA Accounts to year ending 30th September 2019

November Executive Meeting Minutes

Proposed Playing Condition Changes 2020

Proposed Match Rule Changes 2020

Proposed Constitutional Changes 2020

OCA AGM Minutes 2018

2019 AGM Agenda

October Executive Meeting Minutes

September Executive Meeting Minutes

Evening ECB ACO Umpires courses 2020

Additional ECB ACO Umpires courses January 2020

August Executive Meeting Minutes

OCA v Cherwell Score Sheet

July Executive Meeting Minutes

Umpires Course 2019

June Executive Meeting Minutes

May Executive Meeting Minutes

April Executive Meeting Minutes

2019 Playing Conditions

2019 Match Rules

2019 penalty runs card

Minutes of March Ex Meeting

Minutes of February Ex. Meeting

Minutes of January Ex Meeting

Minutes of the OCA Annual General Meeting - 29th November 2018

Constitution Amendments 2018 for the Annual General Meeting

OCA Accounts for year ending 30th September 2018

Minutes of the meeting of the OCA Executive - 8th October 2018