The County AGM was recently held at Royal Leamington Spa BC with Nigel Hewitson (Rugby Railway) taking on the presidency for the counties 100th year. Outgoing president Peter Vale Humphreys was pleased to announce that he had managed to raise just under £520 for the Shakespeare Hospice during his term, a great amount considering the season still had a fair amount of disruption due to the pandemic.
All officers remain in place except the Competition Secretary, there were two nominations, in a close poll Rob Maries (Welford) replaced current incumbent Sam Bridges (Bilton).
Due to Martyn Murley stepping down as senior squad manager the Executive asked for interested parties to apply. Initially there were two applicants, Steve Smith (current junior team manager) and Neil Hancock (Little Compton), though before the first Executive Meeting after the AGM Neil Hancock had stepped aside so Steve Smith (Nuneaton) was appointed as senior team manager. Neil Hancock had expressed interest in becoming the junior team manager if Steve wanted to step aside, after discussion at the Executive Meeting it was agreed that Neil would take on the role of junior team manager.