Premier Cricket Program August Update

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.

ACA Premier Cricket Program August Update

Having launched the program in June, the ACA Premier Cricket Program is now almost fully allocated, with most clubs and members putting in their applications for season 2020-21.

There are still a number of clubs seeking to fill positions for 2020-21, and these can be found on the Premier Cricket Vacancies page below.

Full information on how to apply or express your interest in the program is below.

How do I apply for the ACA Premier Cricket Program?

Please read through this page and the FAQ carefully to understand the program. once you have an understanding of the commitment and objectives of the program then please complete the appropriate form when they become available.

ACA Members

If you have a Premier Cricket Club that you have already engaged with, and have agreed to participate as a player, coach or mentor in 2020-21, please complete an Application Form.

ACA Members who wish to be a part of the ACA Premier Cricket Program in 2020/21, but aren't engaged with a club, please complete an Expression of Interest form.

Are you an ACA Member and interested in being a part of the Program this year?
Check out Premier Cricket Club Vacant Positions

Click here to look through the different advertised positions around the country.

If Premier Cricket is strong, and is getting stronger, Australian Cricket and the Australian Team are only going to prosper from that. The Premier Cricket Program is one of the best things to come into the game [at this level].

Shaun Tait | Former Australian Bowler and Adelaide C.C Coach
Want to know more?
Download the Premier Cricket Program Brochure

The 2020-21 ACA Premier Cricket Program brochure is a fantastic resource to understand more about the Program, and it's history.

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