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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CRICKET COUNCIL (IWCC)


FOURTEENTH MEETING

FOURTEENTH MEETING held in Auckland - 24th February, 1995

The meeting was held during the Centenary Celebrations of New Zealand Cricket. A delegate from South Africa attended the meeting.

Enquiries regarding membership had been received from Canada, Japan and Sweden - the first two were accepted as Affiliate Members.

Following legal advice, the words: "Constitution and By-Laws" had been changed to "Rules and Regulations". The revised document was discussed and several amendments made before it was finally approved (twenty pages of Minutes!) subject to legal checks.

Under the new Rules, the following Officers were elected:

PresidentMiss M. Brito(New Zealand)
Vice-President
    (Southern Hemisphere)Miss L. O.Meara(Australia)
    (Northern Hemisphere)Miss S. McBennett(Ireland)
Secretary/TreasurerMrs. J. Malthus(New Zealand)
Executive Members (2)To be nominated

India confirmed that arrangements for World Cup 1997 were in hand. There would be TV coverage and the final would be played at Eden Park, Calcutta. Sponsorship was being negotiated.

The appointment of an official Statistician was agreed and an approach would be made to Marion Collin (England) who had already produced a record/statistics of all World Cup matches.

The obtaining of sponsorship for IWCC was to be investigated.

Due to time restraints, it was not possible fully to discuss other Agenda items.

IWCC funds NZ$2,679. Fees - Full NZ$150 - Associated NZ$100.

The European Cup was held in Dublin in July, 1995 - participants England, Holland, Ireland. A European Group Meeting held on 21st July, 1995 in Ireland (S. McBennett - (Chair) was attended by England, Holland and Ireland. Denmark sent their apologies. The Hemisphere composition had been arranged geographically, but was now considered outdated. A division into two groups, with revision at future IWCC meetings would be investigated.

Sweden were to be contacted by Ireland and information was given that cricket was being played in France and Luxembourg. It was agreed to refer the question of different age limits in mixed groups to IWCC.

A special IWCC Council Meeting was to be held on 12th June, 1996 in London, but had to be cancelled due to lack of funding.

Members were advised that the two Executive Committee members were Sreerupa Bose (India) and Mary Sharp (Ireland).

 

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