Following a good win on Sunday in the Village Knockout vs Kingston Bagpuize, Team Manager (and sub) Uncle Dave ‘Raj’ Ridgley picked the winning balls for the April draw.
£50 – Gerry Jewell (ball 59)
£25 – Dan Matthews (ball 157)
Renewal emails with a secure link to pay have been sent to all existing members a couple of weeks ago. Please can I ask that you pay as soon as possible so I know which balls are available to sell.
If you have not received this email, would like to join for the forthcoming year (May 21-April 22), or don’t want to continue, please can you let me know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The cost per ball is £20 for 12 months with monthly prizes of £50 & £25 and the first draw will be on 29th May at the clubhouse, with a fabulous additional £250 prize. In December there is also an additional prize of £100.
Thank you all for your continued support towards this great cricket club.
By chinnorwd|2021-04-28T07:14:14+00:00April 28th, 2021|Latest News|Comments Off on 200 Club April Draw
Please respect Social Distancing – maintain a 2-metre distance from others at all times.
Travel should be restricted avoiding busy routes and times where possible.
All visitors are asked to scan in via the NHS QR Code Posters.
Changing Rooms are not to be used unless in an emergency or by disabled people who are taking part in organised sport.
Toilets will be open in the club house.
Please ensure you arrive on site at the scheduled time and leave promptly after.
All visitors and players should bring their own hand sanitiser.
If you, any of your players or any opposition attendees are symptomatic or test positive, call 111.
Match Specific Guidelines
The clubhouse will be closed at all times, other than for the use of the toilets or for first aid. Players should come changed and there will be no changing or shower facilities available.
Hand sanitiser will be supplied for use by anyone needing to enter the clubhouse to use the changing rooms or toilets. There are 3 dispensers positioned on the outside of the clubhouse next to the door.
The club will not be providing any refreshments or access to the kitchen for any preparation of refreshments. Players should bring all that they will need during the day, including food, and plenty of water.
The bar will be open for outdoor service only.
The club will ensure that the toilets have been cleaned to an appropriate level and ensure regular wiping of handles, and surfaces during the day to minimise and risks.
All players, officials and visitors must register their attendance at the Club on the NHS Test & Trace App. This is our preferred method however if you do not wish to do this the club will capture the information. This will allow the Club to assist with NHS Test and Trace if contacted by them for this information. The information given will be stored by ARCC for a period of 21 days, in line with Government guidance and data protection legislation. This information will not be used for any other purposes.
Seats and benches will be positioned to allow social distancing. They are not to be moved. It is recommended that players and spectators bring their own chairs.
Permitted parents and carers supporting the children on a safeguarding capacity should be socially distanced on the Boundary
In the event of inclement weather, players and officials should take cover in their own vehicles, or under team marques (maintaining social distancing).
The club will ensure that a First Aid kit is available.
Guidance has been provided by the ECB on returning to play recreational cricket. The pertinent details are below, however for full guidance please refer to the ECB guidance document.
Bring your own hand sanitiser if possible
Follow UK Government Guidelines on public transport or car sharing
Congregation must be limited on arrival
Players must arrive changed and ready to play
All participants should sanitise their hands prior to the start of play
Do not share equipment where possible; if it is not possible thorough sanitisation must be performed
SWEAT OR SALIVA MUST NOT BE APPLIED TO THE BALL AT ANY TIME
Use hand sanitiser during all breaks in play
There will be a hygiene break every 20 min or 6 overs and must include hand and ball sanitisation.
Players must remain socially distanced (1 m+ for slips and wicket-keeper)
Umpires must not handle the ball at any point. LEAVE THE BALL BY THE STUMPS DURING BREAKS
Batters must clean their bats after leaving the field
Nothing must be handed to the umpire: BOWLERS ARE TO PLACE THEIR BELONGINGS OUTSIDE
THE FIELD OF PLAY FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR OVER
The ball must be directly returned to the bowler and must not go via other fielders
Batters are to run in distinct running lines to ensure they are not within 2m of the bowler or other batter. The running lanes will be marked on the square
Social distancing must always be maintained including during post-wicket celebrations, drinks breaks and tactical discussions
Celebrations and breaks must be socially distant; e.g. consider air-fives instead of high-fives
Players and officials should leave the ground at the earliest opportunity
Cleaning of equipment and the facility will take place
Umpires should refrain from any contact with the ball, it can be returned to the base of the stumps at breaks and wickets
Umpires should be responsible for the stumps closest to them and should be the only person replacing the bails if dislodged
If two scorers are present, social distancing must be maintained with only one official inside the scorers’ box and no players are to be allowed in the scorers’ box
Scorers will not hold any item of players clothing, sunglasses, or any valuables
By chinnorwd|2021-04-14T14:51:46+00:00April 14th, 2021|Latest News|Comments Off on ARCC ClubMatch Guidelines
Important Information for parents, supporters and visitors of Aston Rowant Cricket Club in relation to Step 2 of the Government Roadmap for Organised Outdoor Recreational Cricket. Effective April 12th 2021.
The following information should be read in conjunction with Version 1 of the Government Roadmap Step 2 (12th April 2021) and the ARCC Club/Match Guidance. The measures outlined below are specific to Aston Rowant Cricket Club.
The Committee have agreed the following, which will remain in place until no earlier than 17th May 2021.
Attendance of parents at junior cricket matches & training should be restricted to one parent per playing child/children.
The bar will remain closed for junior training sessions and matches, and for senior training sessions.
Hospitality facilities will be initially opened for the Village Knock Out match on Sunday 18th Strict measures will be enforced.
In order to be served, patrons must utilise specific hospitality sections outside of the clubhouse and must be seated in groups to a maximum of 6 people or two households in each section. Spectators will not be permitted anywhere on the grounds outside of these areas.
Drinks must be purchased from the official club representative in order to utilise these sections of the ground.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and adherence to these measures.
Aston Rowant Cricket Club Committee
12th April 2021
By chinnorwd|2021-04-14T14:45:02+00:00April 14th, 2021|Latest News|Comments Off on ARCC Guidance for parents, supporters and visitors of ARCC
With the first game rapidly approaching I am writing to advise you of the rules and regulations the Club will be adopting to enable us to play cricket and utilise the bar facility.
I will provide a summary and attach the full documents as appendices to this letter.
All documents will be available on the Club’s website shortly, as further point of reference.
The first thing to make clear is that we are being driven by two sets of guidance /rules. For cricket this is from the ECB and for the bar, the Government’s hospitality guidance.
Everyone over the age of 16 who comes onto club grounds must check in with the NHS Covid app on each visit. For those who want to have a drink, we reserve the right to ask if they have completed this, and have the right in law to check their device for confirmation.
The rules around playing cricket are basically the same as last year with no changing rooms/showers, bring your own tea, sanitation breaks every 6 overs etc.
However, there is one major change. We are not allowed to have spectators at cricket matches until 17 May 2021 at the earliest. There are some specific exceptions to this rule for carers of people with disabilities, and adults needing to supervise under-18s in a safeguarding role, and I’d refer you to the latest EBS guidance if you wish to look into this further.
I need, at this point to make clear, that the FA, RFU and other sports organisations have their own rule and regs and these may differ from the ECB’s and like it or not we are guided by the ECB.
We are allowed to open the bar and provide table service to seated patrons in what we are calling our Hospitality Zone. This zone including tables, will be outside the clubhouse and under the new pergola area. Here groups of up to 6 people or 2 households can sit and enjoy table service. In addition, there will be marked areas for you to bring your own seats and sit and be served. From these areas you can watch any cricket that happens to be being played, as long as you are using the hospitality facility. You may not bring your own food or drink to be consumed in these areas.
To use the hospitality facility, you must have checked in using the NHS app and order drinks and snacks from the bar through a Web app where you choose and pay for drinks on line and we will bring them to you. (This might not be ready for Sunday in which case a waiter will come and take your order and payment on an iPad).
We will be issuing a discount code for 1881 members to use and will rely on people’s honesty in applying these.
To be clear standing up in these zones is not allowed you must stay seated, buying a drink and going to the 2nd pitch to watch is not allowed. Anybody who does not follow these rules will be asked to leave the club grounds.
After play has finished all players will need to be in the hospitality zones and follow the guidelines on social distancing (rule of 6 or 2 households), and the rules set out above to have a drink.
We will be opening the hospitality area this Sunday the 18 April for the village knockout game against Cumnor and would welcome constructive feedback after the day.
We have decided not to open the bar on Fridays yet as we feel the rules on spectators and hospitality are too difficult to manage /enforce at training, but we will keep this under review and will update as soon as we are able.
I hope you will give your full support to the people who are doing their best to get the cricket and the bar open this early in the season in these difficult Covid times and if you have any issues you feel I need to know about please contact me directly or speak to a committee member.
By chinnorwd|2021-04-14T19:28:45+00:00April 14th, 2021|Latest News|Comments Off on ARCC Hospitality Guidance
A formal booking system is being launched, but in the meantime, please continue to book in the same way as previously by contacting Club Chairman Simon Tremlin on 07780 672552. Only once you have spoken to Simon and have a confirmed booking may you use the nets. You must only access the nets through the correct entrance and will require a code for this. Please do not attempt to gain access by any other method as this may cause damage for which you will be charged.
Please ensure you remain socially distanced from others using a different lane, and if attending during a training session please ensure you respect the rules of social distancing when at the bowler’s end.
Below are some key points:
Check for symptoms of COVID-19. In line with current guidance, if you are symptomatic, living in a household with a possible COVID-19 infection or if you are classified as extremely vulnerable on health grounds, you should remain at home and follow Government guidance.
Check in with the QR codes displayed at ARCC each time you attend to use the nets whether in an organised session or on a private basis.
Hands should be washed thoroughly before leaving home and on return. We suggest bringing hand sanitiser / wipes to use before and after your session.
All sessions must be booked in advance.
Net usage must follow the Government’s social distancing and ECB guidelines.
Players should bring their own equipment and should not be sharing with others.
For juniors a parent or adult member of the player’s household must be on site and available in case first aid needs to be administered.
There will be no access to toilet facilities at pavilion except when full formal training and matches are scheduled and the pavilion is open for toilet access only.
There is a first aid box (green) within the nets. Please do not remove this and advise a member of the committee if anything is used from it. Please be advised this is for emergency use only so please respect this. Details of emergency contacts are on the inside of the lid.