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1. In attendance; Johnny, Reza, Keila, Julia, Shene, Akki, Maira, Howard, Simon, Rachel, Petra, Abdul.
Howard thanked the current committee and players for all their hard work, especialy Rachel who is leaving her pose, and noted that it had been a difficult year with the loss of Siwon, Shadi, Justyna and Edyta.
2. Selection/re-selection of officers.
Howard will continue to be chair in an "absent" capacity.
Simon now has the assistance of Johnny D
Joint secretaries Petra and Kian
Keila now has the assistance of Reza S
3. Treasurer's report
Thanks to Simon
Last year it was agreed to bring our reserves down. The club's financial situation is stable, average attendance = 16/session and court fees are still £74/session.
Deficit of the year of £707 which includes EVA renewal @ £90, marketing/stationery £19 and AGM food last year @ £37, Trinity hire loss is £130 and the Friday sessions loss £130. Go Spile grant of £469 covered much of this, as did the grant from Pride Sports to cover May @ Academy.
Reserves are now £949.
Thanks to Rachel
Sharing responsibility was at least partly addressed because some of the roles are now being shared. Simon and Jon are going to share finance responsibility. We did have a discussion after Howard left about how to make collecting the money easier - including discussing cashless payment, advance payment etc - but it was decided to let Simon and Jon discuss outside of the meeting what they think would work best.
We did also discuss coaching - I think the general feeling was that we would welcome anyone stepping up to coach or jointly coach a session. Some people have done the Level 1 coaching course through different clubs (although people are welcome to coach regardless of whether they have done the course). One thing that was agreed (by a vote of members) was to reduce the amount of time spent coaching and to start playing games from 7.45.
It was also discussed whether the club should reduce its reserves by decreasing the subs but this wasn't agreed at this meeting (It was just something that the club could review soon-ish)
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20 July 2016
Salutation Inn (tbc)
2130 - 2230 (after training)
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2015 Northern Jump Xmas Tournament. Three teams of 8 which means if there are late arrivals we can start on time with (more or less) full teams
(United Kingdom, Brazil and Norway)
Team POLAND and Europe
Team REST OF WORLD
Fixtures: First named team on near court
7.15 PolE v ROW
7.30 ROW v Atl
7.45 Atl v PolE
8.00 – 8.05 Pause to collect subs. Team captains to collect subs and hand to Simon
8.05 ROW v PolE
8.20 Atl v ROW
8.35 PolE v Atl.
8.50 Presentation of trophy to Team Atlantic, mass photo next to the net for facebook.
9.00 To Salutation for drinkies. Salutation Arms is down Cambridge St towards town and is the second right after Spar...just before The Church Inn.
Each game is first to 21* points or 14 minutes* whichever comes first
If the alarm/whistle sounds and a point has started that point must be finished.
Winner = 4 points regardless of score.
Loser = 1 bonus point for reaching 7*, 2 bonus points for reaching 14*.
Example, team A win 21 – 13, A get 4 points, the losing opponents get 1.
If the alarm sounds and the game is tied then no further point will be played, both teams get their bonus points + 1 for the tie.
Example A and B tie 18-all, each receives 1 for the tie + 2 for the bonus points.
*If bad traffic results in a late start then the organisers will determine a pro-rata system considering the time remaining. If games have to be reduced to (example) 10 minutes then the winner will be first to 18 points (or time) and the bonus points 6 and 12.
The winning team will be the one with most points.
Should there be a tie between two teams then – time permitting (a min of 5 mins) then there will be a first-to-3 tiebreaker (eight v eight!!). Otherwise lots will be drawn as they will if all three teams are tied.
Games start when the countdown clock starts. That means messing around getting your positions organised is wasting time and the game needs to be started - so organise beforehand!!
Now - each team needs to come up with a captain!
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