Syndicate Original to sponsor TCC

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Tintwistle CC are very pleased to announce that the new Principal Senior Sponsor for 2017 is Syndicate Original.

Syndicate Original is the official clothing and merch line of YouTube Legend Tom Cassell, aka ‘Syndicate’.

Alice Cassell (Brand Manager) commented, “We are delighted to be sponsoring Tintwistle Cricket Club. It’s great to be associated with a local team and we wish them every success for the forthcoming season.”

TCC Chair, Mike Barber stated, “we are tremendously pleased to have such a cool brand associated with TCC. Syndicate Original will sponsor the playing wear for the senior teams throughout 2017 and we can’t wait to step out on to the pitch sporting their iconic Lion logo on our shirts. On behalf of the club I would like to thank Tom and Alice for their much valued support and I look forward to welcoming them to the Speedwell Cricket Ground during the season”.

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TCC are pleased to confirm Building & Damp Solutions have agreed to continue as the Principal Junior Sponsor for the 2017 season. The club would like to thank Ben Harrison for his continued help and support. TCC are grateful for all of the support Ben provides to the club – he is a critical part of the team.

 

TCC will wear Adidas in 2017

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Tintwistle Cricket Club have elected to move to the iconic Adidas brand for both the Senior and Junior teams for 2017.  Watch this space for Junior and Senior Sponsor information in the very near future.

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Tintwistle Cricket Club would like to express their sincere thanks for the longstanding support of D&D Landscaping & Building Contractors. D&D have been the Principal Senior Sponsor for a number of years and their support and contribution has helped TCC to deliver significant improvements at the club. In 2017, D&D will revert to a Gold Sponsor.

Chairman Mike Barber commented, “D&D came on board when few other sponsors would. Their help is something I will not forget and their contribution is something the whole Management Team are eternally grateful for. I’m very pleased they have chosen to stay on and help the club deliver to it’s plan”.

2017 will be a great year at TCC, please watch this space for more information in due course.

Tintwistle Cricket Club 2016 AGM

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TCC held the 2016 AGM on Thursday 1st December. The Chair Report is detailed below for information as well as the Election of Officers.

Chair Report 2016

Finance

  • The Club produced a healthy profit and significant swing from FY 2015.
  • Biggest sponsorship earnings in the club’s history. A big thank you to Jason Eyre for his help and support in this area.
  • A big thank you to our sponsors – your help is greatly appreciated.
  • A new financial forecast model has been put in place to aid reporting throughout the Financial Year.
  • Bar profit ok but below expectations due to the number of matches called off. Thanks to Martin Harris, Emily Harrison, Lucy Harrison-Green and everyone who assisted behind the bar.
  • Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the club’s earnings.
  • Special mention to Sarah Leah for keeping us financially sound.
Junior Cricket

  • Excellent training schedule delivered by the team.
  • High numbers of children turning up to practise.
  • Juniors successful on the pitch and have really progressed under the guidance of the Richard Harris, Peter Higginbottom, Alex Brown and the junior coaches.
  • Under 11’s were the highlight of my cricketing summer – ‘North Division Champions’.
  • Social media engagement has been excellent re: juniors. Lots of parents interacting with our posts. PARENTS LOVE OUR TRAINING SESSIONS!
  • Fantastic engagement with the local school with the re branding to the Tinsle Tornadoes! A big thanks to AJ Harris for his efforts in this area! Thanks also to Debbie Harris and Simon Barrow for their supporting roles within the Juniors.
Senior Cricket

  • Recruitment of players excellent. Quality players signed and integrated well into the club.
  • Two great captains (James Pool and Simon Barrow) who are building their teams and leading from the front.
  • Thrilled the 1st XI were competitive and impressed that the 2nd’s fought a successful battle and remained in Division 3.
  • Great attitude by the players and represented the club well.
  • Well done to Kez Davies for winning the league wicket keeping (AGAIN!)
Ground

  • Excellent working party at the start of the season. Thanks to all.
  • Glad to report Kevin Nield re-joined the clubs ground staff during the season. The wicket improved very quickly once Kevin took over.
  • Kez Davies did a great job on the outfield and I’m grateful for Kez’s hard work.
  • Once again a wet summer proved the worth of having the outfield verti-draining and scarification work completed.
  • We do have an issue with the drains in the lower part of the field – this needs to be resolved over the winter.
Pavilion

  • Superb work party at the start of the season transformed the pavilion into a much nicer space. Epic Effort! Thanks to Kate Harris for driving this and everyone involved in delivering a successful project.
  • We also delivered improvements to the kitchen with new units and improved the air flow to the chilling units behind the bar – thanks to Bill Blackwell.
  • Successful with the small grant application for the carpets and picnic benches– A big thank you to Hannah Pool and Sarah Leah for leading on this.
Events

  • A fantastic events calendar was delivered in 2016. Whilst the Irish Night suffered with the game earlier in the day being called off, we delivered a beer festival and a 2020 Competition which were superb. It was also great to see the coffee morning back on the calendar.
  • Social media engagement brilliant, great advertising model.
  • The events attracted local people on the ground  – this should not be underestimated.
  • A big thank you to Kate Harris, the Social Committee and all the volunteers that assisted.
Management Team

  • The club has a great management team, under the guidance of the Club President – Bill Blackwell. The team showed great enthusiasm, drive and determination.
  • I asked the team at the start of the year to think differently and outside of the box. The 2020 is evidence is how the team took an idea and delivered a great event with the support of the management team, players, volunteers and visiting clubs.
  • The organisation of the club in terms of meetings, minutes and coordination with the league has been first class. A big thank you to Hannah Pool.
Cricket Teas

  • I would like to thank everyone involved in running the cricket teas – they remain one of the best in the league and I’m grateful for everyones help. A particular thankyou to Linda Barber, Joyce Harris and Marie Blackwell.
  • Also thanks to Joyce and Linda for keeping the pavilion in great condition throughout the season.

Summary
Cricket generally is in a state of flux with clubs struggling to put senior teams out and retain junior players. In this context, TCC is in a reasonably healthy position. We need to continue to deliver the strategy which is focused around player development. In terms of Juniors we need to build on the success of last year and increase the number of senior players that are involved with the coaching.

All senior players need to support the captains in terms of player recruitment. We need to differentiate ourselves and attract players. I fully support the captain’s efforts in this area.

We have created a reusable model for delivering successful events. Whilst the events themselves may change – the way we deliver them shouldn’t – it works!

In 2017 we will have new blades for the John Deere and we will build a decking area next to the pavilion. We also need to prioritise obtaining Clubmark accreditation. Looking beyond 2017 the club’s priorities should be face-lifting the practise nets before the pavilion replacement project is undertaken.

Thanks to everyone for making this club a great club to be involved with.

Mike Barber
Chair

Election of Officers

The Club Officers for 2017 were elected as follows:

President: William Blackwell
Chair: Michael Barber
Vice Chair: Richard Harris
Honorary Secretary: Hannah Pool
Treasurer: Sarah Leah
Child Welfare Officer: Debbie Harris \ Sarah Leah

Tintwistle CC Captains
1st XI:
Captain: James Pool
Vice Captain: Peter Higginbottom

2nd XI:
Captain: Simon Barrow
Vice Captain: Jack Booth

Junior Contact Details
Junior Co-ordinator: Richard Harris
Under 17: N/A
Under 15: N/A
Under 13: Richard Harris
Under 11: Alex Brown / Peter Higginbottom

Management Team:
Mike Barber, Bill Blackwell, Richard Harris, Hannah Pool, Sarah Leah, Bill Thornhill,
Debbie Harris, James Pool, Jayant Patel, Kate Harris, Kieran Davies,
Matthew Robinson, AJ Harris, Stuart Dodd, Simon Barrow, Martin Ingham,
Martin Harris.

As a small acknowledgement of the work put into TCC both and on and off the pitch, Jimmy Blackwell has been made a Life Member of the club. The club owes Jimmy a debt of gratitude for all of his hard work as a first class player, Treasurer and Management Team member. The club is distinctly better off due to his efforts.
TCC held the annual AGM earlier this week and this proposal was unanimously agreed.

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TCC 2016 Presentation Evening

Please find details of the 2016 Presentation Evening to be held at The Windy Harbour Hotel on Friday 18th November. It’s sure to be a great night so why not come along!

Money paid to Joyce or Linda by Sunday 6th November will secure a seat. Don’t bank on an exception to this rule!

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We are pleased to confirm the teams for this weekends fixtures against Hadfield are as follows:

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Unfortunately, the final junior training session of the season has been cancelled due to the poor weather.

Details will be published for the presentation evening in due course.

 

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We are pleased to confirm the BDS Big Kahuna event which will take place at Tintwistle Cricket Club on Sunday 31st July 2016. Three other teams have been invited to this inaugural event, Old Glossop, Broadbottom and Mottram.

Entrance is free and we are planning a fantastic day of Twenty20 cricket at the SCG.

The Barking Pug will be open serving the usual array of drinks!

Everyone is welcome!