CRICKET AUSTRALIA'S COMMUNITY POLICIES
REGISTRATION FORMS FOR SEASON 2019-20
AUTHORITIES SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN POLICIES
CRICKET AUSTRALIA'S COMMUNITY CRICKET POLICIES
Cricket Australia has provided guidelines and policies for Clubs, including security for those that become involved at NDCC.
We ask all Club members to familiarise themselves with this material.
To see their policy information, CLICK HERE and go to the page for key information about JLT insurance, plus:
- HELMET RECOMMENDATIONS - SAFEGUARDING KIDS - AUSTRALIAN CRICKET BALL STANDARD - GENDER DIVERSITY POLICY - MATCHDAY POLICIES AND GUIDELINES - CODES OF BEHAVIOUR - SPIRIT OF CRICKET - RISK MANAGEMENT
FEES AND REGISTRATION FORMS
Links for the Club's current Fees and Registration documentation needed for season 2019-20 are listed below.
Click on the "blue" hot-link titles below to obtain both your document for downloading and printing, and/or to pay for playing fees/order clothing on-line:
REGISTRATION AND CLOTHING FEES
WOMEN'S POLICIES ACCEPTANCE FORM
ON-LINE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
Click on the above hot-link to register and to make a payment, then follow this process:
Step 1: Click on “Register” for Senior Registration Form (all players);
Step 2: Enter MyCricketID and password;
Step 3: Follow the prompts (you will be prompted to either access your Active Kids voucher number or enter your voucher number if you already have one); and
Step 4: Make payment
SCA/SCAWC PLAYER REGISTRATION FORM
SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
The Working With Children Check is a NSW Government requirement for people who work or volunteer in child-related work or sport.
To find out more about this legal requirement, click on the below heading:
WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECKPlus Australian Cricket is committed to ensuring that every cricket participant, including children and young people, participates in our sport free of abuse, harassment, bullying or any other form of inappropriate conduct. Australian Cricket’s Looking After Our Kids details cricket’s commitment to safeguarding children and young people and other resources in the safeguarding of children and young people in our sport.
For more information about Cricket Australia's children polices including below, CLICK HERE:
- Australian Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children and Young People.
- Australian Cricket’s ‘Looking After Our Kids’ Code of Behaviour for Affiliated Associations and Clubs.
- Australian Cricket’s Commitment to Safeguarding Children and Young People.
In the event of an incident, disclosure, complaint, allegation or suspicion of child abuse, follow these important steps – further information can be found by CLICKING HERE.