Summer is fast approaching and the season starts in 3 or so weeks with a
friendly at Heworth. Ground Days are planned for 6 and 7 April, and, possibly,
13 and 14 April. There is a lot to do so the more that turn up the easier it
will be. Jobs are planned for every skill level. Some simply require only brute
force. We are planning to be better organised this year and have made a
preliminary list of things we want to do. At the moment this stands at pavilion
– empty, check water for leaks; tea room and bar – paint, wash all glasses and
cups, install new hot water supply to sink; away dressing room – fit water pump
to electric showers, remove urinal from away shower area, retile, paint
everywhere; upstairs fit mirror, fix broken socket, sterllise; outside loo ease
door, clean; umpires’ rooms – fit shelf above coat hooks, make box to hold
stumps, tidy and paint; square – roll, scarify and cut; ground – clean sight
screens, fit and service covers, level holes in net area, make n
ets fit for purpose, repair carpets, remove moss from carpets; garage – get rid
of redundant equipment, tidy, repair wall damaged by trainee groundsman.
Marerials, tea and coffee we will get but please bring tools, paint brushes,
paint rollers and poles, dust sheets, rubber gloves, buckets, loo cleaner. If
you have any white, magnolia, or other light colour emulsion that you will not
use bring these as well.
Please get down for a few hours. We start at 10 am each day – even if the
weather is bad.
BPCC continued the trend of putting silverware in the cabinet when the indoor league side, under Andy Fergusons leadership, romped home to the league two title and were runners up in the cup competition. Well done lads.
The indoor league awards evening is on the 19th March at Acomb CC at 8.00pm when BP will receive their league prizes Please contact Andy if you want to go.
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