Founded in 1960 by David Drabble and his father, George. The society held its meetings at Bramall Lane, the Friends Meeting House or Victoria Hall in Sheffield City Centre, before moving to Abbeydale Park, Sheffield in 1980.
Since September 2016 all meetings are held at Lees Hall Golf Club, Hemsworth Road, Sheffield
OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY
President: Sir Michael Parkinson CBE
Vice President Founder Member: G David Drabble
Vice Presidents: H.B. Stokes, L. Cox, P. Eagar, D.K. Lillee MBE, Sir Tim Rice, Dr. N.H. Patel, T.G. Pearson, D.W. Tunbridge, Mrs J. Anne Drabble
Chairman: David Longley, 07443 613063 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-Chairman: Tim Pickford, 07831 102836 email@example.com
Secretary & Treasurer: Dorothy Betts, 20 Parkside Road, Sheffield S6 2AA 07976 308820 firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Secretary: Roger Scholey, 0114 236 5646 email@example.com
Committee: Dr. Roger Allum, Andy Daykin, Mike Gibson, Andy Jordan, Rosemary Moseley, Andy Pack, Brian Whitehead
100 Club Coordinator Andy Jordan
International Honour for founder Secretary Drabble
When ICC President David Morgan visited the Society to speak members in November 2009 it was brought to his attention that David had been the Society’s Secretary since it was founded by David and his father in 1960 as well as giving stalwart service as a Sheffield representative on the Yorkshire Committee for 22 years.
The Society was delighted to learn that David was to be presented with the medal by David Collier during his visit on Monday, April 19. The ICC Centenary Medal recognises a group of people who are instrumental to the running of the game – the volunteers. They give their time for the benefit of others, and are crucial to preserving cricket’s special values as well as sustaining and developing the game at the grassroots and nurturing the future. Ihe ICC are awarding Centenary Medals to 1,000 volunteers worldwide who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to the game and have gone beyond the call of duty in the name of cricket.
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