Blind Cricket England and Wales (BCEW)
Chairman: Colin Baxter
Vice Chairman: David Gavrilovic
Registered Charity Number: 1118729
Last updated: 3rd December 2016
2. The Objectives of BCEW
4. The Membership of BCEW
5. The Rules and Regulations of BCEW Membership
6. Meetings of Members of BCEW and Quorums
7. Notice of BCEW meetings
8. Special General Meetings (SGM’s)
10. The Presiding Member
11. The Dissolution of BCEW
12. The Committee
13. Appointment to the BCEW Committee
14. The Election of Committee Members
15. Committee Meetings And Quorums
16. Powers of the Committee
17. The Responsibilities of the Committee
19. Finance and Accounts
20. Funds – Source and Management
21. Honorary President
22. England and Wales Cricket Board documents
23. List of current Full member clubs
24. List of current Associate member clubs
No individual will be excluded from the playing of blind cricket in England and Wales due to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age.
In this document:
(1.1) “Member Club” or “members” means a member club of BCEW or member clubs of BCEW.
(1.2) “Special General Meeting” (SGM) means a meeting of member clubs of BCEW other than an annual general meeting.
(1.3) “BCEW” means Blind Cricket England and Wales.
(1.4) “The Committee” means the board of trustees of BCEW.
To provide or assist in the provision of facilities for the playing and the development of blind cricket for the benefit of persons who have need of such facilities due to a sight disability.
To provide a platform for the following:
(3.1) Domestic blind cricket in England and Wales and for the England international blind cricket team.
(3.2) Developing the rules and regulations that govern the game of blind cricket in England and Wales.
(3.3) Promoting and developing the game of blind cricket domestically in England and Wales for both genders, all ages and at all levels, from grassroots to the international arena.
(3.4) Providing the administration for the game of blind cricket in England and Wales.
(3.5) Promoting relationships with mainstream cricket bodies and inparticular cricket’s governing body The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
(3.6) Seeking sponsorship and planning fundraising initiatives to assist in meeting the objectives of BCEW.
(4.1) Only blind cricket playing clubs are eligible for membership and must have been in existence for at least three months before applying.
(4.2) Clubs may become either full members or associate members according to the following provisions.
(4.3) All member clubs will be obliged to pay an annual subscription, the level of which may differ between the two types of membership and which will be set annually by BCEW. Such fees must be paid to BCEW before or at the AGM or at such later date as may be prescribed.
(4.4) Clubs shall only be entitled to exercise voting rights if they satisfy the conditions set out in the remainder of this subsection and, in the case of development clubs, if they also satisfy the conditions set out in (4.7) below.
(4.4.1) The club must have held its own AGM prior to the BCEW AGM,
(4.4.2) such AGM must have been held after the agenda and proposals for the BCEW AGM have been circulated but more than five days before the date fixed for the BCEW AGM,
(4.4.3) The Business and Competitions Director must have been notified as to when such AGM has been held, a minimum of 5 days before the BCEW AGM, and
(4.4.4) Must have provided a copy of the minutes of such AGM if the BCEW committee chooses to request one.
(4.5) Associate Membership
All clubs playing in the BCEW development league will become associate members of BCEW. This membership will require them to pay their entry fees and play in the development league.
(4.6) Other developing clubs can also apply for associate membership if they meet two conditions:
(4.6.1) They pay the same fee as those playing in the development league, as a membership fee.
(4.6.2) Their application is approved by the BCEW development director.
(4.7) BCEW Associate members (development clubs) will qualify to vote at the BCEW AGM if they fulfil the following criteria
(4.7.1) They are fully constituted.
(4.7.2) They are not part of another BCEW full or associate member club.
(4.7.3) They have completed two consecutive seasons in the BCEW development league.
(4.7.4) They have completed the season leading to the AGM in the BCEW development league after dropping down from the National league the previous season.
(5.1) Any blind cricket playing club can apply to become a member of BCEW. Applications shall be made in writing to the Business and Competitions Director by the end of September so that their application can be considered at that year’s BCEW AGM.
(5.2) A club ceases to be a full member of BCEW if it:
(5.2.1) Resigns from membership.
(5.2.2) Is expelled due to a serious breach of the code of conduct. (see code of conduct and disciplinary procedure’s document, Core Doc 3.)
(5.2.3) In the case of full members, Has not played in the BCEW National League in the season prior to the AGM. Such a club would need to apply in writing to the Business and Competitions Director and have their application approved at the AGM to play in subsequent seasons.
(5.2.4) In the case of associate members, Does not play in the development league in the preceeding season and the development director no longer feels they are both an active club and suitable for membership.
(6.1) Once in every year there shall be an Annual General Meeting (AGM) of members during November.
(6.2) A special general meeting (SGM) can be initiated by any club making a formal request to the Business & Competitions Director along with a full explanation of the matter it wishes to have discussed
(6.3) A quorum at an AGM or SGM will be fifty one percent of the Full membership.
(6.4) All Full member clubs shall be entitled to one vote.
(6.5) No proxy votes will be permitted.
(6.6) No elected member of the BCEW committee may represent any club at the BCEW AGM or any SGM.
(6.7) No club shall be permitted to vote at the AGM unless it has either played in the BCEW National League that season, or has fulfilled the criteria set out in (4.7), as its Full membership will have ceased.
(6.8) Apart from committee elections a two thirds majority of those present will be needed for any vote to pass at any AGM or SGM.
(6.9) Business to be conducted at the annual general meeting (AGM) must include the following:
(6.9.1) To confirm the minutes of the preceding AGM and of any special general meeting held since that meeting.
(6.9.2) To receive from the committee reports on the activities of BCEW during the year.
(6.9.3) To elect every two years office bearers of the committee if elections are due.
(6.9.4) To receive and consider the annual financial report.
(6.9.5) To transact any other business (including constitutional changes, rule changes and club proposals) in addition to the above provided the same has been included as part of the agenda.
(6.10) Decisions at an AGM or SGM shall be taken based on voice and the show of hands.
(6.11) Items not covered in the agenda can only be discussed under any other business and cannot be the subject of any binding vote.
(6.12) Making Proposals to the AGM
Each year, every club shall have an individual right to propose a maximum of one change to the BCEW rules, but will only be permitted to make further proposals of this kind if a seconder is identified before the final notice of the meeting is circulated (see 7.2 below).
(7.1) A member desiring to include any business at an AGM shall give notice of the same to the Business & Competitions Director by the last day of September, prior to the BCEW AGM.
(7.2) The Business and Competitions Director shall circulate via email a notice along with an agenda for the AGM by 7th October each year.
(8.1) An SGM may be called if the committee, acting either on their own initiative or pursuant to a request under (6.2), deem such course to be appropriate. Requests under (6.2) must be considered within one week after which the meeting should be called or the relevant member furnished with an explanation as to why its request has been rejected.
(8.2) An SGM must be called if the committee receives a request supported by two-thirds of the membership. The committee must send out notices summoning the meeting within one week.
(8.3) Where a meeting is called under either of the foregoing subsections, the notice period shall be one month.
(9.1) The chair of an AGM or SGM can, with the consent of a majority of members present, adjourn the meeting.
(9.2) Only business voted at the meeting prior to the adjournment will stand.
(9.3) If an AGM or SGM is adjourned, the Business and Competitions Director shall give a written account of that meeting and the reason for the adjournment to all the members of BCEW stating the nature of the business completed and that which is left to be transacted when the meeting reconvenes. The Business & Competitions Director will provide details of the date, place and time of the reconvened meeting.
(9.4) The procedures described in 9.3 will not apply if the said meeting reconvenes within one hour of the adjournment.
The Chairman or, in his/her absence, the Vice Chairman, shall preside at each AGM or SGM of BCEW and in the absence of both of them the members present shall elect one of their number to preside over the meeting.
(11.1) BCEW shall be dissolved in the event of:
(11.1.1) Its membership falling to fewer than three clubs.
(11.1.2) In the event of a three quarters majority of full members voting for dissolution.
(11.2) In either of the above events, the assets of the charity shall be used first to discharge its debts and liabilities and then any surplus shall be paid over to some other charity promoting or facilitating sport for the visually impaired.
(12.1) The committee, shall be a nine member committee comprising:
* Business and Competitions Director
* Governance Director
* Welfare and Safeguarding Director
* Development Director
* International Director
* Publicity Director
* non-executive Fundraising Director
(12.2) The Chairman will always be visually impaired.
(12.3) The committee shall appoint it’s own Vice Chairman, this can be any of the other elected officers.
(12.4) Of the eight elected trustees a minimum of four must always be visually impaired.
(12.5) The roles and responsibilities of the committee members are set out in (16) below.
(13.1) Each member of the committee shall hold office for a two- year term until the elections of the second AGM following the date of their election but shall be eligible for re-election.
(13.2) In the event of a casual vacancy in any office of the committee, except Chairman, the committee may appoint any individual to fill the vacancy and the person so appointed shall hold office until the elections at the next AGM.
(13.3) In the event of a casual vacancy of the Chairman, the Vice Chairman shall take over the role until the next AGM.
(13.4) A casual vacancy in the office of a member of the committee shall occur if the member:
(13.4.2) Resigns from office by giving notice to the Business & Competitions Director.
(13.4.3) Is absent without consent or reasonable cause from 2 consecutive meetings of the BCEW committee.
(13.4.4) Becomes a person of unsound mind.
(13.4.5) Is declared bankrupt.
(13.4.6) Is guilty of conduct deemed by the committee to have brought or to be likely to bring BCEW or blind cricket into disrepute.
(13.5) The BCEW membership in a general meeting may by resolution remove any member of the committee from office before the expiration of their term. A majority of two thirds will be necessary. By resolution passed by a simple majority the membership can appoint another person to take over the office of the member so removed until the next AGM.
(13.6) Regulations 13.1 to 13.5 do not apply to the position of non-executive Fundraising Director. Instead:
(13.6.1) The non-executive Fundraising Director will be appointed by the BCEW committee.
(13.6.2) The non-executive fundraising director’s attendance at committee meetings will be optional unless otherwise requested by the chairman.
(13.6.3) The BCEW committee will appoint a non-executive fundraising director for a term of 3 years. There will be no limit on the number of terms such officers can serve. The committee will retain the option of replacing the fundraising Director at any point during their term of office if they have a good reason for doing so.
(14.1) In any election the Chairman will be elected first.
(14.2) All decisions shall be taken by a simple majority.
(14.3) All outgoing committee members shall be eligible for re-election but must submit their desire to be re-elected to the Business & Competitions Director in writing by the last day of September, prior to the BCEW AGM.
(14.4) Only persons from member clubs shall be eligible to contest an election.
(14.5) There shall be no limit on the number of nominations that may be made by the same club, nor on the number of officers associated with the same member club.
(14.6) Nominations for the posts on the committee shall be forwarded in writing to the Business and Competitions Director by member clubs, no later than the last day of September prior to the BCEW AGM.
(14.7) If there is only one nomination for any office the nominated candidate shall be deemed to be elected.
(14.8) If there is more than one nomination for any committee position there shall be an election at the AGM.
(14.9) All member clubs shall be eligible to cast a vote except those who have no right to vote, see (4.) above.
(14.10) A member club shall be entitled to one vote on each pole.
(14.11) Votes shall be cast by way of voice and the show of hands.
(14.12) The Chairman, if not seeking re-election, shall remain in the chair for the election of the new Chairman.
(14.13) If the Chairman is challenged for their position then the vice chairman shall take the chair unless they are the candidate. If the vice chairman is a candidate against the Chairman, the committee will appoint a new vice chairman before the AGM. In the event of a tie in any election the current incumbent will retain the position.
(14.14) In the event of a tie for any position where the incumbent is not a candidate the chairman shall have the casting vote.
(14.15) All candidates for a contested position will provide a brief biography of themselves of no more than 300 words which will be sent to the Business and Competitions Director in time to be circulated with the AGM agenda.
(15.1) The BCEW committee will meet in person at least twice a year plus at least on two further occasions via skype or phone conference.
(15.2) The committee shall always meet in person on the day of the AGM, but this will not count as one of the meetings listed in (15.1).
(15.3) The quorum for a valid committee meeting shall be fifty one percent of elected committee members being present.
(15.4) In case of a tie in any vote the Chairman shall have the right to a casting vote.
(15.5) Notice for a committee meeting shall be given by the Business and Competitions Director, at least two weeks (or such other period as is mutually agreed amongst the committee members) prior to the meeting, by mail, e mail or fax.
(15.6) A sub/advisory committee shall meet and adjourn as it thinks fit.
(15.7) Each member of the committee or sub/advisory committee is entitled to one vote.
In furtherance of the objects of BCEW but not otherwise the committee shall exercise the following powers:
(16.1) To raise funds and to invite and receive contributions / donations. provided in doing so, it shall not undertake any substantial permanent trading activity.
(16.2) To sell or dispose of all or any part of the property of BCEW.
(16.3) To employ such staff as may be necessary for the proper pursuit of the objectives of BCEW.
(16.4) To co-ordinate and join with other voluntary bodies and statutory authorities in furthering the objectives of BCEW and to exchange information and advice with them.
(16.5) To establish or support any other trust, association or institution for achieving all or any of the objectives of BCEW.
(16.6) To appoint or constitute any advisory or sub committee that it considers likely to enable it to achieve the objectives of BCEW.
(16.7) To delegate orally or in writing to one or more sub-committees and with or without restrictions or conditions such powers as it may deem appropriate for meeting the responsibilities of BCEW.
(16.8) To monitor the exercise of any powers it has delegated.
(16.9) To revoke wholly or in part any delegation that it has made.
(16.10) To do all such lawful things as are necessary for achieving the objectives of BCEW.
(16.11) To appoint a non-executive fundraising Director.
(16.12) To at the first committee meeting following the AGM appoint one of the elected trustees as Vice Chairman of the charity.
All committee members have an overall responsibility for promoting the wellbeing of visually impaired cricket and advancing the purposes of BCEW, as well as the specific duties set out below.
17.1 The Chairman
(17.1.1) To act on behalf of BCEW and officiate at all its functions.
(17.1.2) To develop new strategic plans and ensure their implementation.
(17.1.3) To promote and encourage development of the game at all levels.
(17.1.4) To chair meetings of BCEW and the committee.
(17.1.5) To represent BCEW in all dealings with the ECB.
( 17.1.6) To represent BCEW when the need arises with World Blind Cricket.
17.2 The Business and Competitions Director
(17.2.1) To act on behalf of the committee as the first point of contact in dealings with all member clubs and outside agencies and in particular to respond promptly to all requests made pursuant to the constitution or any rules made thereunder.
(17.2.2) To convene all general meetings of BCEW and those of its managing committee, ensuring that all those entitled to attend and vote are furnished with an appropriate notice setting out the business to be transacted.
(17.2.3) To procure and receive all reports due from subcommittees, officials and members and place them before all relevant meetings.
(17.2.4) To attend all general an committee meetings of BCEW, to take minutes of the proceedings and, within one month, send them to all relevant parties.
(17.2.5) To make sure that all minutes of proceedings at any meeting are signed by the person chairing that meeting or, in his absence, by the person chairing the next succeeding meeting.
(17.2.6) To keep in safe custody all non financial records and information such as correspondence, the contact details for member clubs, minutes of all general or committee meetings, the latest versions of the constitution and all subsidiary regulations.
(17.2.7) By the beginning of February each year, to distribute updated electronic versions of all BCEW core documents to each member club.
(17.2.8) To ensure that the committee designate one of their number as Vice Chairman with power to take on the role of Chairman in the event of the latter’s absence.
(17.2.9) To book any rooms or other facilities required for any meeting or other event to be organised by BCEW.
(17.2.10) To draw up and circulate BCEW league and cup fixture lists before the beginning of each playing season.
(17.2.11) To collect and maintain statistics relating to all BCEW fixtures, to archive them and make them available upon request and to ensure that all important information is posted on the BCEW website.
(17.2.12) By the beginning of March each year, to collect provisional squad lists from all member clubs.
(17.2.13) To keep sight testing records for all players competing in BCEW competitions and to advise clubs when players are due to be retested.
(17.2.14) Acting in conjunction with the Treasurer, to organise the procurement of all playing equipment and other necessary goods, especially items like stumps, balls, wristbands and shades which will be required by member clubs.
(17.2.15) To advise the Treasurer promptly about all sales of property and the dates by which any debts need to be settled.
17.3 The Treasurer
(17.3.1) To manage the operation of all BCEW bank accounts and to alert the committee as to the nature of any transaction giving grounds for suspicion or as to the existence of any course of recurring expenditure which might reasonably be regarded as unsustainable.
(17.3.2) After consulting with the Business & Competitions Director, to make all payments necessary for the smooth and proper functioning of BCEW, provided that any item of expenditure exceeding the value of £500 should also be approved by the Chairman or the whole committee.
(17.3.3) To monitor cashflow and advise the Business & Competitions Director if financial problems are likely to be encountered in connection with any planned procurement.
(17.3.4) To the same end, to ensure that all debts due from third parties or from member clubs in the shape of fees, fines or the cost of cricket equipment supplied to them, are collected promptly.
(17.3.5) To maintain accurate and up-to-date accounts containing full details of all receipts and expenditure, supported where practicable, by relevant receipts or invoices.
(17.3.6) To present periodic reports on BCEW’s financial position to its committee and to the member clubs at the AGM.
(17.3.7) To deliver all accounting records and supporting evidence to BCEW’s accountant, along with all statements relating to its bank accounts, so that they can be appropriately examined or audited and presented to the Charity Commission.
17.4 The Governance Director
(17.4.1) To ensure that the governance of the Charity measures up to acceptable contemporary standards.
(17.4.2) To keep all the Charity’s constitutional documents and rules under review and ensure that they are fit for purpose.
(17.4.3) To serve on all sub-committees considering possible rule changes.
(17.4.4) To advise those engaged in the calling or conduct of meetings on all matters of proper procedure.
(17.4.5) Unless precluded by conflicting interests, to play a leading role in managing all disciplinary proceedings.
(17.4.6) To advise on all complaints and issues with the potential to end in litigation.
17.5 The Welfare and Safeguarding Director
(17.5.1) Ensuring that BCEW’s cricket safeguarding procedures comply with all applicable legislation and current best practice and inparticular the ECB safehands policy.
(17.5.2) Overseeing the introduction of rules requiring a welfare officer to be appointed in each member club and ensuring that such rules are complied with.
(17.5.3) Being responsible for receiving information about forthcoming BCEW events that may involve children or vonorable adults and for reviewing the adequacy of plans relating to all welfare or safeguarding issues.
(17.5.4) Being responsible for receiving information from any staff, volunteers, children, parents or carers who have any safeguarding concerns.
(17.5.5) To manage all issues referenced in the Blind Cricket Safeguarding Policy.
17.6 The Development Director
(17.6.1) To write, maintain and implement a development plan.
(17.6.2) To develop the game of blind cricket at all levels in England and Wales.
(17.6.3) To promote and organise youth competition to facilitate the growth and development of the game of blind cricket in England and Wales.
(17.6.4) To report all and any relevant activities and information to the BCEW committee.
(17.6.5) To organise and manage all BCEW Development Competitions
(17.6.6) To draw up a budget for any development competitions that require external funding.
(17.6.7) To provide reports on any development events once they’ve been completed.
17.7 The International Director
(17.7.1) To organise and be responsible for all aspects of the England Blind cricket Team, including squad selection, practice, tours and management in conjunction with the ECB.
(17.7.2) To represent BCEW in dealings with World Blind Cricket.
(17.7.3) To represent BCEW with the ECB on all issues relating to international VI cricket.
(17.7.4) To report all relevant activities and information pertaining to the England Blind cricket Team to the BCEW committee.
(17.7.5) To communicate with other World Blind Cricket member countries in the promotion and the playing of international blind cricket.
(17.7.6) To liaise with the Competitions and Technical Director on the England team’s requirements for training weekends and international fixtures.
(17.7.7) To represent BCEW at the World Blind Cricket AGM.
17.8 the Publicity Director
(17.8.1) To assist in the management of the BCEW website.
(17.8.2) To Lead on new feature content for the BCEW website.
(17.8.3) To assist BCEW member clubs in raising their profiles through use of local media.
(17.8.4) To Look for new ways to promote BCEW.
(17.8.5) To be the lead person or first point of contact for all media enquiries to BCEW.
(17.8.6) To represent BCEW in media interviews, or to pass such enquiries on to the appropriate committee member.
(17.8.7) To regularly report to the BCEW board of trustees on the charity’s publicity, media and promotional activities.
17.9 the non-executive Fundraising Director
(17.9.1) To seek to raise funds for all aspects of blind cricket in England and Wales that are the responsibility of BCEW.
(17.9.2) To research and recommend appropriate trusts or funding organisations that BCEW could apply to for funding.
(17.9.3) To oversee the completion of funding applications.
(17.9.4) To ensure that the BCEW committee has a good understanding of the proper use of monies derived from successful funding bids.
(17.9.5) To ensure that BCEW complete the relevant paperwork and receipting after a grant has been used or a funding cycle has been completed.
(17.9.6) If they are a professional fundraiser, to ensure that they agree with BCEW the amount of commission they will require from successful bids.
(18.1) Any change to this constitution shall only be made at the AGM or an SGM.
(18.2) The committee can only review and recommend any change to the charities membership at the AGM.
(18.3) Any member club proposing a change to any clause of this constitution, any other rule change or proposal shall do so via submission to the Business and Competitions Director by the last day of September. The Business and Competitions Director shall in turn, circulate tsuch proposals to the committee and member clubs by the 7th October, prior to the BCEW AGM, for consideration at club AGM’s.
(18.4) The format for proposing any changes will be by way of submitting the existing clause or rule followed by a statement of the replacement.
(18.5) Any proposed changes shall be read out at the AGM by the Business and Competitions Director along with any reasons included for recommendation. Those at the meeting will then have the chance to speak for or against the proposal.
(19.1) The annual accounts of BCEW shall be drawn up every year as at 31st October.
(19.2) The bank accounts shall be operated by the treasurer, so as to ensure the proper maintenance of BCEW funds.
(19.3) Authorised signatories to the BCEW bank account shall be the Treasurer and any two elected office-holders to be nominated from time to time by the BCEW committee. Regardless of any lesser requirement acceptable to the Charity’s bankers, all cheques must be signed by at least two of the persons here mentioned.
(19.4) Appointment of auditors and their fee shall be approved by the committee.
(20.1) The funds of BCEW shall be derived from sponsorship, donations, contributions and such other sources as the committee may determine.
(20.2) All monies received by BCEW shall be deposited within 1 week to the credit of its most appropriate bank account.
(20.3) The committee shall issue an appropriate receipt within two weeks of monies being credited in its bank account.
(20.4) The funds of BCEW shall be used in pursuance of its objectives and in such manner as the committee decides.
(20.5) No portion of the income or property of BCEW shall be distributed, paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividend, bonus or otherwise by way of profit to or amongst its members.
(21.1.1) BCEW Shall have an Honorary President
(21.1.2) This will be a non executive, non committee position.
(21.2) The honorary president will be appointed by the BCEW committee.
(21.3) The honorary president shall serve a two year term. This can be renewed as many times as the BCEW committee see fit.
(21.4) The honorary president shall be someone well known or influencial who can help promote, increase the profile of or in some other way help blind cricket.
(21.5) The honorary president can be removed or replaced at any time at the discression of the committee.
BCEW shall adhere to the following:
(22.1) The BCEW/ECB memorandum of understanding
(22.2) The ECB Whistle Blowing procedures
(22.3) The ECB Safe Hands Policy
The current list of BCEW full member clubs is as follows
(23.1) Lancashire Lions
(23.3) Northants Steelbacks
(23.4) Nottinghamshire Knights
(23.5) Somerset VICC
(23.6) Sussex Sharks
(23.7) Warwickshire Bears
(23.8) Yorkshire VICC
The current list of BCEW associate member clubs is as follows
(24.1) Berkshire Stags
(24.2) Derbyshire Owls
(24.3) Dorset Dolphins
(24.4) Durham Viper Jets
(24.5) Gloucestershire Growlers
(24.6) Hampshire VICC
(24.7) Kent Spitfires VICC
(24.8) RNC Hereford
(24.9) Staffordshire Wolves
(24.10) Surrey VICC
(24.11) Worcestershire Elizabethans
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