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WARNINGS FOR FAILING TO MEET RESULT AND REPORT DEADLINES:

Team Warnings Match date
Deadline missed
Glos City Winget 4ths
First
13 May
"Unsure" in scorecard after 17 May
Glos City Winget 4ths Second and final
27 May
"Unsure" in scorecard after 31 May
Glos City Winget 4ths
THIRD
17 Jun
Captain's report not in by 22 Jun
Newnham
First 13 May
"Unsure" in scorecard after 17 May
Newnham
Second and final
27 May
"Unsure" in scorecard after 31 May
Corse & Staunton 3rds
First 13 May
"Unsure" in scorecard after 17 May
Upton St Leo 2nds
First 13 May
Captain's reports not in by 17th May
Bream First 20 May
Captain's reports not in by 24th May & "unsure" in scorecard
Down Hath 2nds
First 20 May
"Unsures" in scorecard after 24th May
Alvington & W
First 20 May
"Unsures" in scorecard after 24th May
Redmarley 2nds
First 10 Jun
Captain's reports not in by 14th June
Aston Ingham 2nds
First 10 Jun
Captain's reports not in by 14th June
Huntley First 27 May "Unsure" in scorecard after 31 May
Huntley
Second & Final
10 Jun
"Unsure" in scorecard after 14 Jun
Charlton Kings 4ths
First
17 Jun
Captain's report not in by 22 Jun

PLEASE NOTE: Repeated failure to send in results, complete scorecards or send in pitch and fair play-reports, on time, will cost your team 10 league points (after the third failure)! Read about this in the Handbook Part II - Disciplinary Rules (at the right)




Reports on Facilities and Fair Play
These are now done through play-cricket. Your captain, or someone appointed by him, has to log in to play-cricket at your club website. You then click on your name and you will see an option to complete reports that are due . See the screen shot below:
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The away team completes reports on the pitch, facilities etc., both teams complete reports on fair play.



Nearly all the Fair Play marks have been "Good" or "Excellent", it is great to report. But there have been a few incidents this season, so the committee is sending out the following message.
         
 
FAIR PLAY
We play and watch cricket for enjoyment and recreation above all else. The enjoyment can be ruined by aggression, foul language, dissent, and it is usually just one or two individuals who spoil it for the others. There is concern that this is happening far too often. Particularly at our level, your hot-heads need to cool down.
 
The game has an ethos enshrined in the Spirit of the Game. To quote from the Laws:
 
The Spirit of the Game involves RESPECT for:
  • Your opponents
  • Your own captain and team
  • The role of the umpires
  • The game's traditional values
It is against the Spirit of the Game:
  • To dispute an umpire's decision by word, action or gesture
  • To direct abusive language towards an opponent or umpire
  • To indulge in cheating or any sharp practice, for instance: (a) to appeal knowing that the batsman is not out (b) to advance towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing (c) to seek to distract an opponent either verbally or by harassment with persistent clapping or unnecessary noise under the guise of enthusiasm and motivation of one's own side
 
At our level we must be practising these things. There are a few who think it is OK to yell at an umpire when a decision has gone against them. It isn't, and it spoils the enjoyment of the game. There are a few who think it is OK to get at an opponent with verbals and gesture. It isn't.
 
Captains - you have a duty to control your players - tell them before each game that challenging umpires' decisions, loud foul language and other aggressive acts are not OK.
 
This is guidance issued recently by the local umpires association:
1. NO DISSENT – VERBAL OR PHYSICAL
Umpires’ decisions are matters of opinion and complete agreement is unlikely. Mistakes will be made, but blatant dissent will not help anyone.
2. NO LOUD SWEARING
We’re not surprised by frustrated expletives when something goes wrong (dropped catch, beating the bat regularly etc.) but this should not be heard beyond the immediate area of the pitch.
3. NO COMMENTS TO OR ABOUT THE OPPOSITION
If players want to contribute vocally, make sure the comments are aimed at encouraging their own team and not clever remarks about the opposition aiming for a cheap laugh or to undermine the opponent.
 
     
Honours board

Results are all in and tables checked up to 18 June

Marks for pitch, fair play etc. awarded in May can be seen HERE.