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Welcome to the Seaxe Club

ABOUT SEAXE

Formed in 1968, the Seaxe Club supports Middlesex Cricket at all levels (see Support for Middlesex Cricket).  The Seaxe Club raises money and awareness of cricket through membership subscriptions, a lottery scheme, a Box at Middlesex 1st team County Championship matches and a programme of social events for members.

 

AN UNSUNG HERO OF THE SEAXE 

It is with great sadness that we report the death of John Mackie, who had been suffering from dementia and Parkinson’s disease for the last few years, writes Alan Ashton .He was 84.

He will be best remembered as custodian of the Seaxe Box at Lord’s from 2003-2015 when he also served on the Seaxe committee where his knowledge of cricket in general and Middlesex in particular was invaluable. See the next edition of Seaxe News. 

 

Club Secretary 

 

THE SEAXE CLUB SECRETARY DUTIES:

 

MINUTES:

Maintain a record of meetings through minutes for the Club and retain a signed record of each meeting including the AGM.

 

COMMUNICATIONS:

· Maintain regular and effective communications with Middlesex CCC CEO, senior personnel and Club office.

· Maintain regular and effective communications with Seaxe Club committee.

· Liaise with Membership Secretariat, plus the editor of Seaxe News, on communications and mailings with members.

 

MEETINGS:

· Organise and circulate dates of each committee meeting, including the AGM

· Prepare and circulate an agenda for meetings (eg the AGM, to the Committee).

· Organise and circulate dates for the Awards Evening and Box Receptions

· Liaise with MCC and MCCC for pertinent dates booking appropriate venues at Lords.

 

AWARDS:

· Secure the details of the award winners from the coaching staff.

· Be responsible for the Awards in conjunction with other committee members ensuring awards and engraving are completed for the Awards Evening annually.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to our latest lottery winners

Please ensure you renew for lottery subscriptions to be in with a chance of winning. The latest draw winners for August 2020 are listed below:

Desmond Whitelock £125
John Harkness £75
Keith Loveday £50
Alvan Seth-Smith £25

 

 

 

The Lottery is the bedrock of our funding and helps us support cricket at all levels in the County. For more details and to join click here

 

NEXT SEAXE EVENTS

 

In the current situation we cannot confirm details on any future activities. We will advise all members as soon as matters are clarified