Cricket Finland wishes to thank all those who support, are involved in or just plain like cricket in Finland for the past year.
The positive trend for cricket in Finland is ably illustrated by the growing popularity of our Facebook page. You can have a look at the numbers on the graph, but doubling the number of likes during 2014 clearly shows we are going in the right direction.
We naturally want to see cricket continue to grow as a sport and hobby in Finland and in order to achieve that goal we are planning to work har during the year 2015. Click here for the official FCA plan for 2015 (in Finnish).
Thank You for a Fantastic 2014 and Our Best Wishes for a Marvellous 2015!
The FCA Board informs all member clubs, that a League Sub-Committee (LSC) has been officially approved.
This committee consists of the following members:
The whole area of umpire development is presently under review, so name/s are still TBC.
Following feedback from both the league survey and recent Club Development Forum, the LSC has first been tasked to make plans and prepare all league/competition related questions such as the formats, rules, playing conditions, code of conduct and disciplinary regulations, initially for FCA Board approval. After Board approval, the LSC then has the responsibility to implement and enforce these approved decisions, rules and regulations. In the future in all league-related issues, please make your first contact with the correct LSC representative dealing with the area in question.
Communication with member clubs from latest 31.01.2015 onwards
This weekeend the Finnish National Team is spending at Kuortane Sport Resort. Saturday morning began with a fitness test : fitness coach Simon Dannapfel put the team through the Yo-Yo IETL1 intermittent endurance test. After fitness, fielding and batting drills in the afternoon it was on to work on shot grooving with the bowling machine for Finland's NT players. In the evening there was video analysis of the results.
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