Shifnal Cricket Club is a Community Amateur Sports Club and was recently transferred into a Limited Company, Shifnal Cricket Club Ltd. The club is managed and run by a Board of Directors which are appointed annually at our AGM. The board meets once per month to discuss various club activities, make legally binding decisions and to plan the direction of the club.
The Club President is the figure head of the club and is primarily concerned with club development.
The Club Secretary is the main contact for information to members. Shaun also produces the agenda for board meetings, takes the minutes and completes any other administration required.
Chris is the current first team captain who led the first team to a top four finish in the Birmingham Premier League in the 2019 season. Chris is responsible for overseeing all cricket at the club.
Kevin, a retired chartered accountant, played for Shifnal 2nd XI. Kevin's main responsibility is the management of finances to comply with the Financial Rules of Procedure.
Neil’s main role is to provide legal advice on actions and decisions relating to club activities. He also liaises between the Cricket, Bowling and Tennis clubs. Neil is a solicitor with Lanyon Bowdler and has recently retired from playing cricket.
Richard is responsible for the general maintenance of the club buildings and grounds. He is also responsible for our other ground at Weston. Richard is the vice-captain of the 4th XI.
Adrian helps in all areas with a specific focus on Club Development. Club Development is underpinned by our Clubmark status, meaning that we are not only a child friendly safe and effective club; but also that we are compliant in all governance matters. As well the Development role is about ensuring we are a sustainable Community Club that has achievable aims and objectives for the short, medium and long term.
Katie is responsible for ensuring the women’s and girls section runs smoothly. Katie herself is the women’s captain as well as coaching the girl’s teams.
Hannah is in charge of organising events such as the successful local fireworks event. With her team of volunteers Hannah does a great job on ensuring the calendar is full of events.
Toms role involves overseeing the smooth running of the clubs facilities, bookings and operations. Tom liaises with staff, members and clients to make sure the club is running efficiently and providing a professional service