1st AGM was held on Saturday, 6th August1988 at the Bombay Hockey Association Hall, Churchgate, Bombay. 33 members attended. As per the record then, the association had 140 members and 4 Life members – Mr.Prakash Dahatonde was the first to convert from ordinary to Life. Hon. Secretary, Dr. Vasant Naik addressed the work done by the Association during its first year since its inception. Starting with the fact that the Association came into existence on 8 August 1987 and that the official year of the Association will be from 1 July to 30 June of the next year.
2nd AGM was held on Saturday, 23rd September 1989 at the Bombay Hockey Association Hall, Churchgate, Bombay. 35 members attended. ACSSI Cricket Yearbook 1988-89 was released by Vijay Hazare, our distinguished member who travelled all the way from Baroda to attend the AGM. Also released by Vasant Raiji at the same time our first series “Profiles in Statistics” which contains complete statistics of Vijay Hazare. Hon. Secretary Dr. VasantNaik gave figures for the members for the first two years of the existence of ACSSI. At the end of the first year on 30-6-1988, there were 119 members of whom 4 were Life Members. At the end of the second year i.e., on 30-6-1989 the membership had risen to 186 which included 10 Life members. The break-up was 147 were Indian members and 39 were from overseas: 32 from England, 4 from Australia and 3 from Pakistan.
4th AGM was held on Saturday, 28th September 1991 at the PD Hall, Wankhede Stadium. 31 members attended. The revised Draft of the Rules and Regulations of ACSSI was unanimously approved. It was decided to honour Prof. DB Deodhar and Vijay Hazare with the Hon. Life Membership.
3rd AGM was held on Saturday, 15th September 1990 at the ‘G’ Block, Wankhede Stadium. 38 members attended. As per figures given by the Hon. Treasurer, the total number of Members had increased and the strength at the end of the year 1989-90 stood at 217. Of these 53 were overseas members and Life Members increased from 12 to 18. Mr. Anandji Dossa was felicitated on his 74th birthday. After the AGM, ‘Figures of Cricket’ by Sudhir Vaidya was released by Raj Singh Dungarpur.
5th AGM was held on Saturday, 6 June 1992 at the PD Hall, Wankhede Stadium. 22 members attended. The meeting called at 3.00 p.m. was adjourned for want of quorum. It was called again after 30 minutes as per provision in the Rule under quorum. Since Dr. Naik was ill, Mr. Mohandas Menon was asked to conduct the proceedings by President Mr. Anandji Dossa.
6th AGM was held on Saturday, 3rd July 1993 at the Prabhudesai Hall, Wankhede Stadium. Besides our members, all successful candidates who appeared for the Scorer’s examination also attended. They were presented the certificates at the hands of President Mr. Anandji Dossa. The Talati quiz certificate was presented to the winner Mr. UmakantraoKulkarni by Mr. JehangirTalati.
7th AGM was held at the F & G Block of the Wankhede Stadium on Saturday, 12th November 1994. 33 members attended. Mr. Azhar Sagri suggested that the ACSSI members should be given passes for the One-Day Internationals and Test Matches and that the association should be affiliated to the Bombay Cricket Association.
9th AGM was held on Saturday, September 71996 at the Player’s Press Conference Hall, Wankhede Stadium. 47 members attended. According to 10th Annual Report 1996-97, members as on 31st March 1997 were 259. The break-up is: Patron 1, Hon. Life 2, Life 96, Ordinary 109 and Associate 51.
13th, 14th, 15th & 16th AGM was originally fixed for Saturday, November 22 2003 was later rescheduled for Saturday, January 17 2004 at the Media Conference Room of the Wankhede Stadium. 32 members attended. Since the meeting was held after four years the President Mr. Sudhir Vaidya requested the house to overlook this, under clause 56, which was accepted by Mr. Anandji Dossa and seconded by Mr. Shirish Konkar. Theo Braganza briefed the House of the activities of the ACSSI but due to lack of communication and Anka not being published, the members are not aware of these developments, better communication is assured. Mr. Mukund Pandit mentioned about the exemption for Mumbai scorers at one Course and in another was told to appear, creating unpleasantness in the system and among the scorers. President assured to look into the matter. The AGM concluded around 8 p.m. that included two sessions of refreshments.
17th, 18th & 19th AGM was held on Saturday, 17th February 2007 at the F & G Block of the Wankhede Stadium. 39 members attended. Mr. M Nagaraj of Bangalore thanked the association for continuously taking up the cause of scorers and statisticians. For the future he suggested the following issues: a) Uniform and kit-bag for scorers with BCCI/ACSSI logo. b) A scorer’s directory with names, addresses, emails IDs of members. c) Book on rules/playing conditions be made available to all scorers. d) The Board Annuals is given to all scorers and statisticians.
20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th& 27th AGM: was held on Saturday 22nd August 2015 at the Players’ Dressing Room Lounge of the Wankhede Stadium. 22 members attended. The Chairman Mr. Dara Pochkhanawala took up the items on the agenda: he requested the House to suspend Rule No. 13 as this AGM is held after nine years. This was proposed by Mr. Milind Gore and seconded by Mr. Ajit Datar. As suggested by Mr. S K Nagaraj, for the first time National Anthem was sung after the AGM concluded.
20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th& 27th AGM was held on Saturday 22nd August 2015 at the Players’ Dressing Room Lounge of the Wankhede Stadium. 22 members attended. The Chairman Mr. Dara Pochkhanawala took up the items on the agenda: he requested the House to suspend Rule No. 13 as this AGM is held after nine years. This was proposed by Mr. Milind Gore and seconded by Mr. Ajit Datar. As suggested by Mr. S K Nagaraj, for the first time National Anthem was sung after the AGM concluded.