CKA AGM MINUTES SEPTMEBER 23rd 2004. Held at The Boot, Histon, 7.45 pm
Present: Ian Birch-Machin (chair), Kevin White, Reda Ibn-Tahaikt, Liv Armitage, Nick Armitage, Andy Rutter, Mike Northfield, Howard Laffling, Alex Beavan, Laura Neaves, Lee Matthews, Scott Christie, Rick Baldwin (minutes)
Apologies: Dave Bate, Zareh Langridge, Steve Moratti
Officers Reports: It was advised to consult the minutes of past meetings for officers’ reports. (On the CKA website: www.cambskorfball.co.uk)
Treasurer: Mike N. later handed out the treasurer’s summary of the year.
Balance at bank 23/9/2004: £805.11.
The newspaper advert (c£500) is not included. Mike has reminded City Council about paying for CitySport (£72). Liv is still chasing the BKA for refund of Club School Link (£80).
Election of Officers:
Chair Ian Birch-Machin (re-elected)
Secretary Remains vacant
Treasurer Mike Northfield (re-elected)
Senior Development Laura Neaves and Scott Christie*
Junior Development Liv Armitage (re-elected)
Child Protection Officer Liv Armitage (temporary)
Liv was advised to contact Andrew Sills (Lions / teacher at Ely) as a potential replacement
League Fixtures Officer Howard Laffling (re-elected)
Results Officer Nick Armitage (re-elected)
Reffing Officer Andy Rutter (re-elected)
Coaching Officer Scott Christie* (re-elected)
Press Officer Rick Baldwin (re-elected)
* Two senior development officers were initially elected but it was later agreed that Scott Christie should be officially re-elected as Coaching Officer in order to retain voting rights but that his role would be more concerned with development.
Lee Matthews has moved to the BKA committee and thus resigned as CKA development officer
It was voted unanimously that club subscriptions for 2004/2005 should not be changed.
Clubs were advised to check their BKA insurance already as the new treasurer had made a mistake.
It was suggested that there should be a CKA inventory of assets. Liv intends to do so for junior equipment. (No formal decision was made regarding senior equipment).
The committee was informed/reminded that the BKA offer £50 for a new team (i.e. with newly-registered players) entering a league.
It was announced that the website had had c.3,000 hits this past year.
It was uncertain whether the Child Protection Officer is included in the CKA constitution. Scott agreed to check.
Next CKA AGM: September 2005
Cambridgeshire Korfball Association
Balance at bank 23.9.2003 - £ 805.11
League Fees £430
League Fines £138
Total Income £568
Stationery & stamps (fixtures & results) £29.40
Insurance 04-05 £100
Missed Match Fees (Phoenix) £78
Total Expenses £207.40
2. East Anglia Cup September 2003
Team Entry Fees £200
Total Income £200
Hall fees £100
Total Expenses £100 PROFIT £100
3. CKA Senior Tournament August 2004
Team Entry Fees £345
Total Income £345
Field Hire £88.13
First Aid donation £60
Total Expenses £178.13
4. CKA Junior Tournament
Entry fees £350
Food Sales, etc. £150.79
Total Income £500.79
Pitch hire £75
Total Expenses £198.21
5. BKA Junior Tournaments
Inter Area –National Championships - National Youth Day
Championships match fees £170.63
NYD coach fees £296
Total Income £466.63
Inter Area entry fees £30
Inter Area hall fee £235
entry fees £20
hall fees £70
NYD Transport £475
Total Expenses £830
6. Club School Link
Coaches Expenses £160
Club Entertainment Expenses £40.15
Total Expenses £200.15
Outstanding Fees Owed £24.50
Total Income £24.50
Website renewal fee £14.98
for Schools £38.30
Junior Equipment £1,140
BKA Fine (AGM) £25
BKA Affiliation £15
Total Expenses £1,249.85