Cheadle & Gatley District Bowling League

Financial Plan 2018-2022

The League’s finances are guided by a plan, which normally last five years. The plan 2013-17 as expired, the next five years is shown below.

In addition, it seeks to provide some consistency in the way prizes are calculated.

The plan specifies what the club fees should be each year. The actual income will depend on the numbers of teams in the league, likewise the expenditure.

The budget figures are rounded, fees to the nearest pound and the prize fund and honorariums to the nearest £10. Sometimes this makes the jumps appear uneven, but these balance out over time.

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
Club fee: evening team £83 £87 £92 £96 £101 £106 £109 £112 £116 £119 £123
Assumed number of evening teams 30 30 30 30 30 30 26 26 26 26 26
Club fee: vets team £60 £63 £66 £69 £73 £77 £79 £82 £84 £87 £89
Assumed number of vets teams 66 66 66 66 66 66 58 58 58 58 58
 
Estimated total £6,450 £6,768 £7,116 £7,434 £7,848 £8,262 £7,416 £7,668 £7,888 £8,140 £8,360
 
Prize fund ratio 50% 51% 52% 53% 55% 55% 55% 55% 55% 55% 55%
Prize fund £3,230 £3,450 £3,700 £3,940 £4,320 £4,540 £4,078 £4,217 £4,338 £4,477 £4,598
  2012-17 2018-22
Honorariums ratio 25% 24% 23% 22% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%
Honorariums total £1,610 £1,620 £1,640 £1,640 £1,570 £1,650 £1,483 £1,533 £1,577 £1,628 £1,672
Honorariums detail:
Secretary 25% 33% £400 £410 £410 £410 £390 £410 £498 £506 £520 £537 £552
Treasurer 25% 25% £400 £410 £410 £410 £390 £410 £371 £383 £394 £407 £418
Match Sec 17% 17% £270 £270 £270 £270 £260 £280 £252 £261 £269 £277 £284
Vets’ Sec 17% 25% £270 £270 £270 £270 £260 £280 £371 £383 £394 £407 £418
Vets’ Match Sec 17% £270 £270 £270 £270 £260 £280 £0 £0 £0 £0 £0

The guidelines for the Prize allocations are.

Based on these principles, a target prize fund can be converted to the awards for the individual cases.

The Honorariums are as shown.

The post of Veterans’ Secretary was abolished at the January 2018 AGM.