The ACA Premier Cricket Program has been designed to support ACA members in their post-cricket lives via a program that retains and harnesses the skill, experience and knowledge of ACA Members to identify, instruct and inspire talent through both the male and female Premier Cricket pathways.
Jason Gillespie, Shaun Tait and Cameron Valente talk about what Adelaide C.C and Premier Cricket means to them, plus how the club and the game has benefited from the ACA's Premier Cricket Program.
To get a good understanding of the ACA Premier Cricket Program, please look through the Premier Cricket Brochure.
NB: Members working with multiple clubs can not earn over $7500 through the Program
The list of clubs and members will be shared with State Associations.
If you have any questions, please contact Elesha Te Paa on 03 9698 7207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the responsibility of Premier Cricket Club administrators to complete a Club Application Form once a working relationship with an ACA member has been discussed. This is still required for clubs who would like to continue a working relationship with their ACA Member from the 2020-21 season. This application process is also our way of maintaining up to date contact information.
Alternatively, if a Premier Cricket Club is finding it it difficult to establish a relationship with an ACA member, the club administrator can complete a Club Vacancy Form which allows the club to identify the specific role they would like an ACA member to fill. This vacancy will then be published on our website and circulated to ACA Members.
Club administrators will need to enter the password sent to the club admin email address which will allow clubs access to the secure Premier Cricket Program section of the website. If you are unable to locate this information please email: email@example.com.
Expressions of Interest and Application forms must be completed by the 31st of July 2021. This date is set to allow enough time to accept and return program agreements.
Having been out of the game for two years, I was craving a competitive environment and also felt I could pass on some of the knowledge I have built over my career. The process was very simple and I have always felt supported it just gives he the club and myself something that is extremely beneficial.John Hastings | Frankston CC