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THE 2018 HALF YEAR MEETING IS AT GRACE ROAD LEICESTER ON SATURDAY 10TH NOVEMBER at 10:45am
THE EDGBASTON 2019 AGM WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY 23rd MARCH at 10:45am
SPEAKER DETAILS CAN CHANGE AT VERY SHORT NOTICE. CONTACT THE RELEVANT SOCIETY TO CHECK FOR CHANGES BEFORE TRAVELLING
Venues and Speakers for week Saturday 20th Oct to Sunday 11th Nov 2018.
Tue 23rd Oct
Midlands Branch CS: Barry Wood
Thurs 25th Oct
Derby CS: Alan Butcher 12:00 start
Leics CS: Chris Lewis
Tues 6th Nov
Northern CS: Nick Cook
Wed 7th Nov
Cheltenham CS: David Leatherdale
WELCOME TO THE CRICKET SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION
The Council of Cricket Societies (CCS) was founded in 1969. The organisation’s primary purpose is to further the interests of cricket lovers and societies during the winter months. A change of name took place in 2018, to The Cricket Societies Association (CSA).
The CSA provides a forum for societies to meet and exchange views of their activities. This interaction ensures that cricket lovers are well supplied with fresh ideas for the furtherance of the individual societies. The CSA also can offer help to those who may be interested in the formation of a society.
The CSA holds biannual meetings. The spring meeting, incorporating the Annual General Meeting, is usually held at Edgbaston, with an autumn meeting at Leicester. Representatives of all member societies are entitled to attend. The CSA is extremely grateful to Warwickshire CCC for its continued sponsorship and support.
The CSA strives to represent the views of over thirty cricket societies in the United Kingdom and around the world.
In this regard, the CSA also serves as a contact address that overseas members can approach for help regarding club tours, visits and advice of a cricketing nature. Individual societies in Australia, New Zealand and Zimbabwe reciprocate and numerous individuals have enjoyed hospitality and a warm welcome when supporting relevant Test teams. However, it must be noted that neither the CSA nor individual cricket societies undertake to arrange cricket tours or make any arrangements.
WHAT IS A CRICKET SOCIETY?
Individual cricket societies hold monthly meetings generally between October and March (some have meetings in April), occasional dinners / lunches are arranged so that the cricket lover can join others to listen to cricket personalities – past and present – and discuss topics of mutual interest. More…
THERE’S A CRICKET SOCIETY NEAR YOU!
Do you look back nostalgically to cricket matches? Do you have fond memories of the stars of yesterday? While cricket societies cannot perform miracles, they can offer opportunities to meet interesting cricket personalities past and present and discuss topics of mutual interest. More…
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For more details of societies in your area, contact David Taylor.