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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CRICKET COUNCIL (IWCC)


FOURTH MEETING

FOURTH MEETING - held in London on 4th August 1966

The Officers elected were:

PresidentMrs. D.E. SimmondsNew Zealand
Hon. SecretaryMrs. H. PoulterNew Zealand

Concern was expressed at the laxness of members in submitting nominations. None had been received for Vice-President and it was agreed approaches be made to Australia and Holland after the meeting. Eventually, Miss M. Verco (Australia) took office.

The original intention that the administrative responsibility should pass among members and not devolved on any one, had not been satisfactory. It was, therefore, agreed that the Management V Section did not now fully cover the requirements of the IWCC and it was hoped members would submit proposals for the next Meeting.

Comments were made regarding the apathetic attitude of members to the Newsletter. It was felt that, as the national administrators were already over-burdened, the appointment of a permanent Liaison Officer by them might ease the burden.

The provisional Tour Schedule was re-assessed and modified and the provision for cancellation on financial grounds was re-affirmed. A proposal from Australia for international tournaments to be held in member countries in rotation was discussed and, although delegates were complimentary to the idea, for differing reasons, they felt unable to support the proposal.

 

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