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Next meeting : –
The next C.S.A. meeting scheduled is for Saturday 27 March 2021 at Edgbaston – subject to Covid and governmental regulations. Details will be sent out nearer the time.
================================= Annual affiliation subscription : – This is due as of 1 January 2021 to cover the calendar year ahead. Each society needs to pay £20.00. This can be paid (i) by direct credit (bank details for C.S.A. may be obtained from the Treasurer, Ken Burney) or (ii) by cheque made payable to “The Cricket Societies’ Association” and sent to the Treasurer, Ken Burney, to his home address – 21, Fairhavens Court, Pittville Circus Road, Cheltenham GL52 2QR.
WELCOME TO THE CRICKET SOCIETIES’ ASSOCIATION
The CSA is a consortium of over thirty cricket societies in the United Kingdom and around the world.
Our primary purpose is to further the interests of cricket enthusiasts and societies during the winter months.
The CSA meets twice a year and provides a forum for cricket societies to exchange views and experiences . This interaction ensures that all our cricket societies can run interesting and informative programmes.
The Council of Cricket Societies (CCS) was founded in 1969, and changed it name, to The Cricket Societies Association (CSA) in 2018.
WHAT IS A CRICKET SOCIETY?
Individual cricket societies hold monthly meetings generally between October and March (some have meetings in April). Occasional dinners / lunches are arranged so that the cricket enthusiast can join others to listen to cricket personalities – past and present – and discuss topics of mutual interest. More…
THERE’S A CRICKET SOCIETY NEAR YOU!
Do you look back nostalgically to cricket matches? Do you have fond memories of the stars of yesterday? While cricket societies cannot perform miracles, they can offer opportunities to meet interesting cricket personalities past and present and discuss topics of mutual interest. More…
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