The Australian Cricketers’ Association annual State Reunions and Member Forums have been taking shape as the domestic and international summer continues.
Key dates on the ACA’s calendar, the Member Forums provide members with a chance to have their input on Australian cricket, including key discussion workshops on specific topics. This is the second year the ACA has held its Member Forums.
ACA Interim Chief Executive Joe Connellan said listening to the voice of our members is always important.
"The ACA is the voice of the players. Member forums give us an opportunity to listen to current and past players about important issues facing the game, building upon their experiences. Most recently these have been focused on what steps Australian cricket can take to support its grassroots, how to further strengthen our world renown domestic competitions and extract the best values from our partnerships with CA and the State Associations."
So far, ACA Members from Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia enjoyed the chance to catch up at their respective ACA State Reunions. This year the reunions were slightly different with the Western Australia and South Australia events held alongside a BBL match. Regardless of what cricket was played, our members enjoyed each other’s company and coming together after such a tough COVID year.
The ACA is the voice of the players. Member forums give us an opportunity to listen to current and past players about important issues facing the game, building upon their experiences.Interim ACA Chief Executive Joe Connellan
Completed State Reunions
Melbourne - Boxing Day Test
Perth - Jan 3rd (BBL)
Adelaide – Jan 5 (Reunion and Member Forum)
State Reunions to follow
Sydney - January 10th (Day 4)
Brisbane - January 17th (Day 3)
The ACA are still to hold Member Reunions in NSW, QLD and Tasmania. If you would like anymore information regarding the ACA State Reunions and Member Forums, please contact Bridget Hodgetts at email@example.com