Eversley Cricket Club

Eversley Cricket Club - Rules, Policies & Clubmark

Clubmark

Eversley Cricket Club has successfully achieved Sport England's Clubmark, which is awarded to clubs by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

Clubmark is a cross-sport recognition of sports clubs that are committed to providing a safe, effective, child friendly environment.

By maintaining our Clubmark status is required to present evidence and demonstrate implementation and impact across four different themes, reflected in the production of a Club Development Plan.

The four themes are:

1) Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children
2) The Cricket Programme
3) Knowing your club and and its Community - One Game
4) Club Management

Clubmark is an acknowledgement that we take these issues seriously and that we are striving to provide a high quality and welcoming environment for young participants in the sport.

Eversley Cricket Club has adopted (see Rules & Regulations, Rule 7n) and implements the following policies:

www.ecb.co.uk/safehands

www.ecb.co.uk/ecb/about-ecb/cricket-equity-policy

All our qualified coaches are members of ECB Coaches Association:

www.ecbca.co.uk

Eversley Cricket Club has signed up to Cricket’s One Game pledge:

www.ecb.co.uk/onegame

John Ellis
Clubmark Officer
email: jheeversleycc@gmail.com.

For more information please see the pages in this section of the website.
Facilities risk assessments

Eversley Cricket Club has undertaken risk assessments for its four playing and coaching facilities.

The risk assessments have highlighted the following:

1. Cars and vehicles using the gravel roads alongside the main ground must adhere to the 5 mph speed limit.

2. The small stream running behind the main club house and dividing the two grounds represents a potential hazard to small children. Parents must remain vigiliant and ensure small children are under supervision at all times.

3. Balls being struck into the Reading Road represent a risk to vehicles and other traffic. Coaches must ensure that training and matches are organised to avoid the risk of cricket balls being stuck into the road. Any cricket balls struck into the road must be retrieved by an adult.

Risk assessments

Safety checklist and risk assessment form for Eversley CC Indoor centre

Safety checklist and risk assessment form for Eversley CC Main Ground

Safety checklist and risk assessment form for Eversley CC New Ground

Safety checklist and risk assessment form for Eversley CC Pony Field
Club meetings, rules and regulations

Eversley Cricket Club - Rules & Regulations

Please click the link to view a copy of the Eversley Cricket Club rules and regulations as adopted by a written resolution at the AGM of December 2010.

Eversley Cricket Cub - Rules & Regulations

Eversley Cricket Club - Annual General Meeting: 9 Dec 2013

Please click the link for a copy of the minutes of the AGM held on 9 Dec 2013

Eversley Cricket Club AGM minutes 9th December 2013

Policies

Eversley Cricket Club has adopted and implements the following policies: 

Colts Mission Statement

Child Protection Policy

Equal Opportunities Policy

Social media policy and code of conduct

ECC Guidelines for use of the team pavilion on Cross Green

Changing Room Notice

Changing and showering policy

Policy for selecting junior playing members


Codes of conduct

Eversley Cricket Club has established the following codes of conduct:

Code of Conduct for Coaches Volunteers and Officials

Code of Conduct for Parents Carers and Spectators

Code of Conduct for Young Cricketers


Junior members playing open age (adult) cricket matches


ECB Guidelines for Junior Players in Open Age Group

ECB Fast Bowling Directives

ECB Fielding Regulations



Volunteers

Without volunteers there quite simply would be no cricket at Eversley.

All our volunteers are vital to the club both on and off the pitch and without the commitment of all those who help we would not be able to be as successful as we are.

Volunteers Charter

ECC ESA Procedure for Volunteers

Eversley Volunteer Application Form