As we edge nearer to summer, Hemingford Park Cricket Club have been working hard on a much needed reset and are planning a busy summer of cricket when the season begins in May. Some of the major changes and initiatives will include: The use of Spond for official communications, player availability / selection and (hopefully) payments.A new bank account and a tidying up of our financesA new, enthusiastic and ambitious 10 strong committee Online player registrations for both juniors and seniorsFixing the ground preparation machinery so we can create better quality wicketsSeeking sponsorship more widely to improve our facilities, for example an additional net so juniors can safely train with seniors.Bridging the gap between the Junior, Senior and Friday night sidesWe are
We are delighted to announce that Hemingford Park Cricket Club are now sponsored by local estate agents Wellington Wise. The club looks forward to working closely with Wellington Wise over the next few years to help improve the facilities at the club and expand and diversify our membership even further. Wellington Wise have become our shirt sponsor for the entire junior and senior sections and you may have noticed the banner on the side of the nets at the Pavilion. Thank you to Kate Kassar for arranging the sponsorship and to the money Wellington Wise have already kindly donated to the club.
As many of you know, Tim and Maria Chambers will no longer be re-applying for their places on the HPCC board this season. On behalf of the club, I would like to pass on a huge thank you to Tim who has made a colossal contribution to cricket in the Hemingfords. Many of you will know Tim as the All-Stars coach over the past few summers who has done a brilliant job introducing 5-7 year olds into cricket and making it a lot of fun at the same time. The success and popularity of the junior section today can be squarely attributed to Tim's fantastic work, the current batch of U11s having started in all stars. Tim is stepping down as
The Hemingford Pavilion NewsletterAs we all battle to recover from lockdown and the ongoing challenges faced by all our members under "the new normal" conditions, I'm delighted to be introducing our first quarterly Pavilion Newsletter.The Sports Academy's ambition pre-Covid was to begin and lead the process of developing better communication and partnership between the constituent clubs, with the long-term aim of this newsletter being the representation of EVERY constituent club and a whole site advertising, marketing & events calendar platform.Having supported both the Cricket and Football clubs in the past it is great to have contributions from both clubs in this test edition, and report their success in getting their programmes restarted.It has been superb to see activity returning to the site