The future of the Julian Cup will be discussed at a meeting at Boyne Hill CC on Wednesday, April 17 (8pm start).
With the number of teams taking part in the competition dwindling in recent years - and the resultant loss of the Plate competition from the summer calendar last summer - a revamp of the cup is being proposed by its organisers.
This proposal involves dividing the competition into A and B leagues based on the strength of the sides from their relative league and positions.
Clubs would be split into two groups of four teams , guaranteeing every club a minimum of three games.
Semi-final and finals matches would then be played as a straight knock-out as normal.
Other items up for discussion include the potential introduction of a powerplay and the use of pink balls.
Members from all clubs are urged to attend to have their say on the proposals.
If anyone has any questions please contact chairman Tony Drake on 07847 508216.
Stoke Green dramatically beat Cookham Dean to win last summer’s Julian Cup, their second success in the competition.