FOR the first time in living memory, clubs in the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League have failed to submit any proposed rule changes.

However, that does not mean that clubs will have nothing to vote on at the league’s annual meeting at Cleckheaton Sports Club on Thursday, November 22.

League chairman David Young told the league’s rules revision meeting at the same venue: “For the first time in my memory, there are no proposed rule changes from clubs, but that does not mean that our rules are perfect.

“The management board will look at the rules and bring them to you for a vote, such as eligibility of second-team players.

“We have made a lot of changes in two years, but there are still a few contradictory things in there so we will be tweaking some of them.”

Young also announced that former New Zealand Test player and Sky Sports commentator Jeremy Coney will be the guest speaker at the league’s annual dinner at Headingley on Friday, November 16.