Mr Bradshaw spoke of the importance of transparency and good governance within the third sector as well as ensuring sustainability. The four member clubs of the Eastern Counties Cricket Association (ECCA) are still waiting for close to ,000 that has been owed to them since November.
They havent given a statement about how they are going to recover the money at all, Perinchief said. It will have a negative impact if we dont receive it.
We are just waiting patiently that is all we can do.
Everything is forthcoming and the clubs will be updated in the very near future, Mr Douglas said.
St Davids is waiting for the largest chunk of money close to $20,000 as it was the host club for the 2015 series, which was steeped in controversy after the first round, when champions Cleveland were stripped of the cup and then reinstated after an ill-tempered match against Baileys Bay.
Mr Simmons delivered a fairly positive outlook, telling the audience: I have just got back from the future and it is looking pretty good so you dont have to worry about change.
He said that Bermuda had spent the past 20 to 30 years in a grazing period.
Once we get all the stats done up, we give them money.
Arrim Perinchief, president of Baileys Bay, said that all he had heard from the ECCA was that the issue had not been forgotten.
The Bermuda Police Service confirmed that an investigation took place into the crime, but are otherwise flummoxed. Asked if the lack of funds has had any impact on the club, Mr Minors added: We are able to operate, but not in the capacity we would like to. Carlton Smith, president of Cleveland County, said: If we get the money and everything is straight then everybody is happy.