Scorers Courses

Gloucestershire Association of Cricket Officials (GACO) is very keen to raise the standards of scorers and the number of scorers across the county.

The development of scorers is a key priority within Gloucestershire’s workforce development plan and is also a key objective and requirement for leagues throughout the county. As a result the GCB is launching a recruitment initiative alongside the ECB advertising campaign ‘Stay in the game’ designed to encourage players and volunteers to move into scoring.

For the latest Scorers Courses please see below:


Introduction to Scoring

This is an ideal course for complete beginners or as a refresher for anyone returning to scoring.

It covers the very basics of scoring and is ideal for parents who want to get more involved or anyone who wants to get started in scoring.

The aim of this course is to identify and practise the basic skills with which to record a cricket match. It doesn’t cover everything, but it will give you the tools to get started, including:

  • Scoring record (scoresheet)
  • Umpire’s signals
  • Scoring symbols
  • Recording wickets and extras
  • Scoresheet balancing

All scoresheets, handouts and refreshments will be provided but bring some pens/pencils to do some scoring with.

Upcoming Courses:

Saturday 11th February 2017 – 9:30 am to 1:30 pm Thornbury CC, “The Ship” Field, Alveston, Bristol, BS35 3LG

Or

Sunday 5th March 2017 – 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Kingsholm CC, Sandhurst Lane, Sandhurst, Gloucester, GL2 9NP

COST – £10  (Gloucestershire County Cricket League Division 1 & 2 club attendees will be paid for by GCCL)

ECB ACO membership not required. A certificate of attendance will be issued by ECB ACO on completion

To attend the course please fill in the application form gaco-scoring-courses-2017-booking-form and return with a cheque for the relevant amount to: Sue Drinkwater, 33 Garden Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. GL53 8LJ or email: sue.drinkwater@googlemail.com


ECB Club Scorer

Club Scorer covers all the fundamentals of scoring. It is the first step on the scorer’s pathway and is suitable for all recreational club scorers.

Club Scorer attendees must have a basic familiarity with the game of cricket, but do not require any previous scoring experience.

This course covers all the fundamentals of scoring including:-

  • The role of the Scorer, Umpire and Captain
  • The 10 key areas of the scoring record
  • Scoring ball by ball using symbols
  • Umpire’s signals
  • Bowling summary analysis
  • Batsmen statistics
  • End of over analysis
  • Accumulative run tally
  • Dismissals, fall of wickets and partnerships
  • Scoring equipment
  • Specific Laws of Cricket affecting scorers

Upcoming Courses

Saturdays February 25th and March 4th 2017 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (attendance both days required).

Venue:The Brightside County Ground, Nevil Road, Bristol, BS7 9EJ

COST – £45 which includes a training pack comprising: ECB ACO score bag,  MCC law book, ECB directive cards,  handouts and blank paper for note taking,  retractable pencil, signalling reflector, ACO membership benefits booklet and magazine.

Delegates will need to bring their own sandwiches/lunch. Tea, coffee, drinking water and biscuits will be provided.

ECB ACO membership is not required. A certificate of attendance will be issued by ECB ACO on completion. If you complete an ECB ACO membership form during the course, the first year’s membership fee is reduced from £30 to £10.

Attendees of a Club Scorer course will be invited to return after a full season of scoring for professional discussion and scorebook assessment, to gain the full L1 scorers qualification. Membership of ECB ACO will be required for assessment.

To book on a scorer’s course please complete this application form  gaco-scoring-courses-2017-booking-formand return with a cheque for the relevant amount to:  Sue Drinkwater, 33 Garden Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. GL53 8LJ or email:sue.drinkwater@googlemail.com


 
  • To develop a fun and enabling environment in which more people in Gloucestershire play and are involved in cricket - Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board
  • To develop a fun and enabling environment in which more people in Gloucestershire play and are involved in cricket - Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board
  • To develop a fun and enabling environment in which more people in Gloucestershire play and are involved in cricket - Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board
 

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