Game Day Committee EOI

Game Day Committee EOI

Softball NSW are seeking interested persons who may want to contribute to the direction of Softball Regulations and Rules in NSW for various Championships and events.

Below is an overview of the Committee. Interested persons should complete the Application for Position Form and return to genmanager@softball.net.au by no later than March 10

Establishment: The Game Day Committee is a permanent standing committee established by the Softball New South Wales Board to advise the Board on the playing rules and Championship Regulations

Purpose:  The role of the GDC is to:

Act as an advisory group to the Softball NSW Board

Focus on playing rules and interpretation of those rules affecting Softball in NSW and recommend to the SNSW Board changes

Review the State Championship Regulations and recommend to the SNSW Board changes

Review reports submitted by SNSW Board representative and UIC and advise on any recommendations or concerns regarding playing rules/regulations

Other responsibilities as determined by the SNSW Board

Delegated

Composition:     The GDC will compose of a maximum of seven members, including the Chairperson, constituted as follows

Authority           Nil unless changed by SNSW Board

Representatives from the areas of umpiring, scoring, coaching administration and playing

In addition other persons who have expertise that is relevant to specific projects may be invited by SNSW President become a temporary member

Meetings:           The GDC shall:

Elect a secretary to keep minutes and prepare recommendations for submission to the Board

Agenda to be prepared and circulated together with any necessary documentation one week prior to the meeting

Face to face or by teleconference as required by during the year at a predetermined schedule or more frequently as determined by the GDC or by the SNSW Board

In the absence of the Chairperson members present shall appoint form those present the chair for that meeting

Determination of outcomes will be achieved by consensus