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March 2018 News

2018 AGM

Posted on Thursday 29th March 2018 by Fraser Murray

The Section's AGM will be held in the Glasgow Accies Clubhouse on Friday 6th April 2018 at 7pm.

Following the AGM there will be an informal get-together when players can bring up any points for the season ahead and there will also be pizza provided.

Please intimate attendance via the Facebook event or by emailing contact_us@glasgowaccies.cc

The agenda for the evening and the minutes from the 2017 AGM are both attached.

The AGM will provide all members which the chance to hear a summary of the 2017 season and to be informed regarding the appointment of Office Bearers for the 2018 season.

Any nominations for positions on the Glasgow Accies Cricket Club Management Committee (roles A to K in section 6 of the attached Agenda) should be submitted and seconded by e-mail to contact_us@glasgowaccies.cc 48 hours before the AGM (7pm on Wednesday 4th April). No nominations will be accepted during the AGM.

All captaincy positions are appointed and therefore no nominations will be accepted in advance or during the AGM.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the evening.

Easter coaching courses 2018

Posted on Monday 12th March 2018 by Fraser Murray

The Glasgow Academy is running cricket coaching courses during the second week of the Easter holidays for any young and enthusiastic cricketer. The courses will be organised and delivered by Mr Vedam Hariharan who is the Cricket Professional with The Academy during the summer, and a leading overseas coach in Australian and Indian Cricket Centres of Excellence.

The courses will take place at The Glasgow Academy. Several facilities will be used to provide the best possible environment for learning and developing cricket skills and knowledge. This will include the sports hall, which now offers four high-quality net areas and the option of splitting into three large open working areas, a smaller gym which provides an ideal venue for more intense technical work in small groups and a large astro-turf area.

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