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Embracing the Future of Fundraising in Sports Clubs.

As we navigate the digital age, sports clubs must evolve with the changing times. Traditional fundraising methods, while they have their merits, often fall short in the face of the convenience, accessibility, and broad appeal that digital fundraising tools offer. It's time to break away from the constraints of old-school techniques and embrace the modern, tech-driven approach that can bring about a significant positive change in your club's fundraising endeavours.

So, what's stopping you? Start today by exploring the myriad digital fundraising tools available, selecting one that fits your needs, and integrating it into your club's operations. Remember, the journey towards successful digital fundraising does not end with the selection of an app. Promote your cause, engage your audience, track your progress, and continually refine your strategy based on the insights gained. The future of fundraising is already here, and it's digital!

Every step forward, every dollar raised, makes a difference in enhancing the experiences of the athletes in your club. So, take the plunge into the digital world of fundraising. After all, a sports club is not just a team, it's a community, and leveraging technology allows this community to grow stronger, together.

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Utilising Technology and Apps to Streamline Fundraising in Your Sports Club

Fundraising plays a pivotal role in the operation of sports clubs. It provides the necessary financial support for equipment purchases, facility upgrades, travel expenses, and other essential costs that keep the club running smoothly. Without successful fundraising, many clubs would struggle to meet their operational needs and achieve their objectives.

However, traditional fundraising methods have their fair share of challenges. These may include time-intensive planning and execution, limited reach, difficulties in tracking donations, and challenges in engaging potential donors. Furthermore, traditional methods such as sponsorship drives, bake sales, and charity matches often require significant manpower and resources to manage.

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Paul Mulvany voted in as Roseville District Cricket Clubs 32nd Life Member
This evening at our Annual General Meeting, Paul Mulvany was nominated and unanimously voted in as Roseville District Cricket Clubs 32nd Life Member.
Starting his career at Roseville in 1998/99, Paul had amassed over 5000 runs including 3 centuries for the club currently sitting as the club’s 13th overall highest run scorer.
With just over 350 dismissals to his name Paul leads the club for all time dismissals by a wicket keeper, surpassing club legends such as Evans and Ireland a few seasons ago.
A few years ago, Paul was named in Roseville District Cricket Clubs Team of the Century at our Centenary Dinner.
With over 250 games played for the club, Paul is still an active player and is currently the captain of our Classics Over 50s side, whilst also filling in regularly as our 1st Grade Wicket Keeper.
Paul has sat out on the management committee on several occasions and has been on the executive as Chairman of Selectors.
Paul’s outstanding service to the club both in and off the field makes him a very well deserving recipient of this honour joining a list of 31 club greats to have put on the baggy blue and white to play for Roseville Cricket Club.
Please join us in congratulating Paul on this amazing achievement.
Picture: Paul Mulvany (pictured 2nd from the right) 32nd Life Member of Roseville District Cricket Club, with Life Member Gordon Conolly (left), President Mitch De Lorenzo (2nd from left) and Life Member Ian Thomson, at this evenings Annual General Meeting where Paul was voted in.

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Cricket NSW
Cricket NSW
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Cricket NSW Chair John Knox has paid tribute to departing director Neil Maxwell after Maxwell indicated he would step down from his position on the CNSW board at the end of the month.

Born in Fiji, Maxwell has been a lifelong contributor to cricket, firstly as a player and then as a marketer, player manager, volunteer, administrator and cricket parent.

He was awarded NSW Blues cap number 647 in 1993 and was part of the Blues squad that won the Sheffield Shield and the domestic One-Day Cup in the 1993/94 summer.

He has been a director of CNSW for the past five years, playing a leading role in reinforcing the connection of past players with today’s game, driving a state-wide focus on participation with a particular focus on 5-12yr-olds, and encouraging CNSW’s partnership with Major League Cricket in the USA and the Washington Freedom franchise.

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Hi, all. I am just new in this forum. I hope to provide some input as I go. I hope it is all useful. I am just a grass roots cricketer, born in Indonesia and grew up in country Victoria. There was no reason for me to play the game due to my background. To cut a long story short, I have played and/or been involved with cricket for 40 years and have enjoyed every bit of it. All my kids played and 2 of them are still playing with a sub District Club in Melbourne. My passion is grass roots and I believe that sports offers many things for kids. I grew up in clubs and I remember the weekends where we talked all the day about nothing and everything. Some of the best memories have been on a Saturday in and around cricket clubs. Recent times, it has saved my mind during tough times also. Its a great place to be. I now coach at the Singapore Cricket Club and spend most of my time there. I also am working with sports clubs internationally to improve efficiencies in clubland! Thats the short version...till my next post...cee ya.

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Ken Jacobs
Ken Jacobs
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The Essendon CC here in Melbourne is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this season culminating in a very special dinner at the MCG on the 4th February.We are endeavouring to track down any immediate family members of surviving relatives of George Arthur Davies who played 217 matches for the Club between 1917/18 - 1936/37 and also played 5 matches for Victoria . He was later Manager of the Australian Team that toured England in 1953.
If anyone can assist with the above it would be appreciated if you could contact me.
Thank You

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