Aire-Wharfe League's loss is down to scoring system

First published in Sport Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Sports Reporter

The Aire-Wharfe Cricket League made a loss of £2,176 on the year ended 30, September, 2012.

This was almost entirely due to the introduction of the Total Cricket Scorer system, which cost £2,205.

Despite a foul summer, all three cup finals made a profit, the Waddilove garnering £530, the Birtwhistle £205 and the Ian Chappell £168, while the 2011 league dinner returned a profit of £641.

Despite the overal loss, there was no proposal for an increase in club subscriptions.

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