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Important Announcement: Summer League

Following the recent Pre- AGM, two long standing members have resigned after many, many years of service. This means that Abingdon Aunt Sally will be unable to function without new members.

Specifically:
· Secretary
· Treasurer
· Competition Recorder
· Dolly Recorder

If these roles are not filled at the AGM on the 25th January the League will fold.
The solution is in your hands, don’t assume someone else will step forward.
Should you wish to join the committee please email the chairman@abingdonauntsally.com or volunteer on the night. Full training and help will be available experience is not necessary.

James Barguss
Chairman

 

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Sections and Competition Fixtures 2015

The Committee met tonight to decide the split of teams into sections and the competition first round fixtures.

There are 73 teams this coming season giving us sections Premier to H. As we are 7 teams short of full 10 team sections some sections have a single team bye (meaning you get two weeks free for practice or a friendly!).

In the competitions we have 8 teams in the 8’s, 9 in the 5’s, 9 in the 4’s and 15 in the 3’s. In the pairs we have 27 entries and the Singles will be battled between 36 contenders.

8 Captains have entered and 8 Secretaries for their respective trophies.

Season starts on 6th May.

Fixture packs with scorecards, fixture list and rules will be out next month delivered to your venue. A login and details will also be supplied in the pack (if you didn’t pick yours up at the AGM).

Don’t forget this year we are filling in scorecards both on card and ONLINE.

 

 

 

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2015 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The 2015 AGM at  started at 8 p.m at Abingdon United FC on the 26th January 2015.

Chairman James Barguss opened the meeting with apologies received from C.Brind and J.Simmons.

The team register showed 15 teams in attendance. P.Sowden/B.Clapton agreed/seconded the minutes of the previous meeting.

Reports:

With the sad news of the death of Martin Sheridan (the day before) adding to the great loss of Graham Barguss (ex-Chairman) in 2014 a minutes silence was held and the Chairman speech was foregone.

Treasurer’s report was received and agreed by T.Downes/K.Buckle

Motions:

A motion was received that proposed by P.Stone/T.Woolloff that the Singles Final be played over 5 legs instead of 3. This was defeated 9-6. No other motions were received.

Suggestions:

An under 35s competition was suggested by last years youngest singles champion Scott Humphreys. Various issues were talked about including the funding of trophies and in the end we all thought it was a waste of time.

Brian Adams also suggested consideration of lowering the team size and number of players signed on. After discussion it was viewed this wasn’t necessary this year due to a buoyant league.

Terry Downes drew attention to rule 16 which states that the Caller should be from the home team. It says nothing about the other sticker up which could if agreed come from the away team. This would allow more home players to interact with their teammates. As this does not require a rule change it can be done any time if teams think its a good idea.

Finally a vote on the implementation of the online match card system was taken with a vote of 10-1 ??? in favour of using it this 2015 season. In addition match cards will be filled in as usual and sent to the Secretary for backup.

Election of Officers:

Officers volunteered to stay another term and were block voted in.

Meeting ended at 8.50pm.

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2014 AGM

The Annual General Meeting was held on the 27th January 2013 at Abingdon United Football Club.

This year 19 teams and 35 players attended and the meeting got underway at 8pm sharp under the new Chairman Mr James Barguss. After the standard business of apologies (Mr B.Lacey), last years meeting minutes etc and the team register the Chairman gave his report which included a live demonstration of the new website and score system.

The balance sheet was accepted as a true record. It was noted that the introduction of the plaques had reduced the trophy bill by some £1000 however the new website cost £500 and sponsorship from Brakspear remains unforthcoming. The reports were adopted.

There were no formal proposals this year but in AOB Mr Graham Barguss proposed, due to the number of players succumbing to cancer and more recently the sad loss of Mrs Jean Brown our Secretary’s wife. a charity shield ‘pro-am’ pairs competition in aid of cancer charities to take place in the summer. 

With no further business the committee were elected enblock for another year.

The Meeting closed at 8:30pm.

Brian Collins, The Stickmaker was available with dolls, sticks and equipment to purchase. Now available are practice dolls complete with swivel attachment for £37.

 

 

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