BCGBA MEMBERSHIP CARDS – Please be reminded that all requests for BCGBA Membership cards should be made to Brian Hampson via his details contained on the BCGBA Membership Application Form. The current fee for the BCGBA Membership Cards remains at £10 and all cheques should now be made payable to Merseyside CCGBA. All new players will have to complete the new BCGBA Membership Application Form before a membership card can be issued and this form can be downloaded via the link.
COUNTY MATCHES – Results and fixtures for the Senior, Junior and Ladies county teams can be viewed via the BCGBA link above. The Seniors play on the first Sunday of each month, the Juniors on the second Sunday of each month with the ladies on the third Sunday of each month.
07.07.17 – COMPETITIONS – Ryan Walters won the Merseyside Junior Merit while Katerina Southern & Owen Turner won the Junior Pairs. Full details can be found on the competitions page.
29.05.17 – COMPETITIONS – Phil Lee won the Merseyside Merit with a 21-17 victory over James Fitzpatrick. Full details can be found on the competitions page.
15.05.17 – COMPETITIONS – Bridget West is the new Ladies Veterans Merit champion. Full details can be found on the competitions page. At the end of the County Competions is a new section titled LOCAL COMPETITIONS. The New Brighton Ladies Tournament is the first to be listed and if you want to publicise your competition then email firstname.lastname@example.org.
07.05.17 – PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE – The BCGBA web portal is now live for you to renew your club’s Public Liability Insurance, which should have been completed by Monday 1st May.
To access the portal, visit the BCGBA website – bcgba.org.uk – and click on the ENDSLEIGH INSURANCE banner on the home page, which will then open up the insurance page.
- Scroll down the page and you will come across a box with INSURANCE WEB PORTAL. Click on this box which in turn will open up the portal.
- You then need to click on GET A QUOTE, then COMBINED SPORTS LIABILITY and then click on the square box next to it (this will place a tick in the box)
- Scroll down and enter your BCGBA Membership Number which can be obtained from your County Secretary (when you enter your BCGBA Membership Number your club name should populate in the Club box).
- Complete all boxes with the red asterisk, tick the confirmation boxes and then click on GENERATE QUOTE.
- The cost of £39.95 should appear which is the price for 2m level of cover and gives you a summary of what you are purchasing.
- Click on PURCHASE, enter your card details then click on AUTHORISE & MAKE PAYMENT.
Once authorised, you will then get two emails sent to you. One is a receipt for your payment and the second includes your Policy Certificate and other documentation.
15.04.17 – A new page above, titled ‘COMPETITONS‘, has been added which includes all entry details for the 2017 County Competitions and results from each competition..
19.03.17 – The History pages have been updated, to include the ladies, and can be viewed via the link above and are in a PDF format to make it easier to download and print.
The latest BCGBA Newsletter can be viewed via the BCGBA link above.
27.02.17 – The Calendar for 2017 has been updated and can be viewed via the link above. Venues will be added once they have been confirmed. The Directory pages have been updated with secretaries details removed. Please refer to the current handbook for contact details.
MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE – Each League and Association in membership is entitled to be represented on the Management Committee. All Leagues and Associations are urged to nominate a representative to attend our meeting so please contact the County Secretary, Chris Morrison, in the first instance.
22.01.17 – The proposal to implement a 50p per player, per club annual fee at the BCGBA Rules Revision Meeting failed to receive the required two-thirds majority of those voting so the Notice of Motion was defeated. However, the proposal to increase the Club Fee from £15 to £20 per club was successful and the increase will take immediate effect. As instructed by our Annual General Meeting, the Merseyside representatives voted against both proposals.