Agents

It is imperative that agents have the necessary knowledge, integrity, competence, conduct, performance and professionalism to act in the best interests of our players.

The ACA Player Agent Accreditation Scheme was launched in October 2012. Under the Scheme, Accredited Agents are required to:

  • Comply with a mandatory Code of Conduct;

  • Maintain a minimum level of professional indemnity insurance currently $2 million);

  • Demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the Scheme and the player contracting framework (through completing an on-line examination);

  • Participate in ongoing education activities, as required; and

  • Undergo an application process, including a National Police Check.

Under the MOU, CA, State Associations and W/BBL Teams have agreed that (with limited exceptions), they will only deal with agents who have been accredited under the Scheme in discussions for playing contracts or CA Marketing Contracts.

The Scheme is operated by the ACA and overseen by an Accreditation Board, consisting of two ACA nominees, one CA nominee and two nominees agreed between CA and the ACA.

Once applicants for accreditation become Accredited Agents, their names and business contact details will be posted on this website.

For any questions regarding the Scheme, please contact Kirsty Lamb at the ACA on 03 9698 7200 or klamb@auscricket.com.au

Accreditation Board

Joe Connellan - General Council

Tim Cruickshank - ACA Commercial Manager

Sean Caroll - Head of Integrity and Security at Cricket Australia

John McMullan - Independent Lawyer

Shaun Graf - Cricket Victoria General Manager Cricket

Accreditation Representative Committee

Nick Byrnes

Peter Lovitt

Ben Tippett

Agent Resources

Standard Player Agent Agreement (Employer Entity)
Standard Player Agent Agreement
Application Form
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