Membership for the 2019 season is now open. To renew your child’s membership please take the following actions:
Your actions in summary:
1. Confirm you wish or do not wish your child to re-join HSCC – to Fen and your Age Group Manager
2. Make your payment on-line asap
3. Update your Pitchero record to reflect changes to contact details and your child’s school.
4. Note that we reserve the right to levy a £25 premium for late payments after 31st March.
The attached document explains the training days and times, and the cost per age group. Please be aware of the changes from last year and also that we are offering separate individual training sessions for boys and for girls.
Our Colts Chairman Jason Gordon explained the changes and the new opportunities we are offering in 2019 in his Pitchero letter of 14th November 18.
Payment should be made to:
Sort code: 20-35-35
Account number: 40488763
Payee: Horsley & Send Cricket Club
Reference: Child’s Name, Surname and Age Group eg John Smith U11
Our aim is always to engage our qualified support coaches as early as possible in the Spring to ensure the best possible child:coach ratios to maximise your child’s cricket experience. It would be great if you could help us with determining numbers by replying promptly to me and to your age group manager confirming your intention to re-join. Your child’s place is secured when your payment is received.
There are discounts available for second and subsequent children U18.
Please also log into Pitchero to update your record with any changes to your contact details, your child’s medical status and your child’s school.
If you do not wish your child to play cricket with HSCC this year, please let me know so that I can remove your names from the database and offer your place to another child.
New members are always welcome especially girls to join our new Girls Initiative.
The HSCC website www.horsleyandsendcc.co.uk gives full details of training times, Summer Camp, coaches’ profiles, Club Shop and much more.
Updated 10:02 - 14 Jan 2019 by Delia Searle
12th January 2019