Tyler Phillips (March Town) has been dropped as Captain for two matches and banned from all cricket for one week for a Level One offence whilst Captain.
James Biddle (Kimbolton) has been banned from all cricket for four weeks for a Level Two offence.
Dilshan Manamperi (Sawston & Babraham) has been banned from all cricket for two weeks for a Level One offence.
Spencer Saberton (March Town) has been banned from all cricket for one week for a Level One offence.
The paragraph that says "If weather delays the start of the match or intervenes during the first innings, two overs (one from each side) shall be deducted from the overall match total for each period of seven minutes lost. No account shall be taken of the first thirty minutes of the first delay or suspension of play" should be omitted from the handbook.
The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into affect on 25 May 2018 and all organisations will need to be compliant. The ECB have created a suite of free resources targeted at clubs; for further details, go to https://www.ecb.co.uk/be-involved/club-support/GDPR.
Following the Captain's Meeting, the following were noted:
1. There is no minimum number of overs in the second innings to make a result; the 2017 regs as revised still apply.
2. Captains should agree the tolerances for leg side wides before the toss. The default is to be everything leg side is a wide, but Captains are free to agree something more lenient.
CCA Results for 2018
Many clubs will have read in Jane Reeson's email that it is no longer possible to telephone your result to the Competitions Secretary leaving an answerphone message.
All results should be sent by 10pm on the day of the game by text to 07867 555766, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Scans of result cards can still be sent to email@example.com.
Please make sure this gets passed on to whoever reports the results at your club.
The ground repair machinery trailers can be booked from firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
All clubs are reminded that Scorers MUST hold valid DBS (ex-CRB) Certificates. Regular Scorers might like to join the ECB Association of Cricket Officials which includes a free DBS check anyway. There are Scorers courses available which lead to an ECB ACO qualifications. Contact the Cambs ACO Scorers Officer Helen Hyde on 07970 943713 for details.