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Cricket Partnership Program

The SACA Cricket Partnership Program is designed to support the governance and compliance requirements of South Australian cricket clubs and associations. The program provides many further benefits that support SACA’s vision to be South Australia’s favourite sport and a sport for all South Australians.

Register now for the 2017-18 Cricket Partnership Program

All clubs and associations are now invited to register with the SACA’s Cricket Partnership Program (CPP). Affiliating with this annual program ensures that your club or association remains included in the annual Child Safe Compliance Statement which SACA lodges, while also providing your club or association with a wide range of affiliated benefits.


What are the benefits of registering?

  • Enjoy risk management benefits with Cricket Australia’s National Club Risk Protection Program (NCRPP).
  • Ensuring you meet legislative requirements by inclusion with the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion compliance under SACA’s Affiliated Member Protection Policy, which covers Child Protection Policy, Heat Management Policy, SA Police Checks and The Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) Screening Unit checks.
  • Eligibility to apply for SACA’s Club Facility Grant Scheme with access to up to $5000 in grassroots cricket grants.
  • Eligibility to apply for SACA’s GEAR UP Program to assist new and existing teams with equipment purchases.
  • Access to free and discounted Coach Accreditation courses for your coaches:
    • Free Introduction to Coaching (Level 0) Coach Accreditation
    • Free Community (Level 1) Coach Accreditation
    • Discounted Representative (Level 2) Coach Accreditation
  • Access to regular SACA news and have an avenue to formally voice opinion/concerns to SACA.
  • Invitations to SACA Volunteer Recognition events and access to various volunteer recognition initiatives and awards.
  • Access to resources and education for junior programs, to provide playing opportunities for women and girls and for diverse communities.
  • General SACA support with applying for external grants.
  • MyCricket support and training, resources for club marketing, management and development, and much more.


Do I need to register each year?

Yes. All clubs and associations need to register annually to be included in the annual Child Safe Compliance Statement and to continue to have access to the affiliation benefits like the National Club risk Protection Program.


How do I register?

Registering for the Cricket Partnership Program is easy:

  • Complete the NCRPP registration & survey
  • Update MyCricket details
  • Ensure your MyCricket website is active
  • Register for STARCLUB or re-engage with the program
  • Register for the Good Sports Program or re-engage
  • Child Safe Compliant and Officer updated and recorded
  • Check all club coaches have a minimum Level 0 coach accreditation (or are enrolled)
  • Complete declaration form

Click here for more information on the steps above.

All steps need to be completed by 30 November.


What happens after I register?

SACA will contact you acknowledging your registration and provide any feedback on your club or association’s next steps to maintain affiliation. You can then enjoy the benefits of being affiliated through SACA’s Cricket Partnership Program and access important resources like your NCRPP Certificate of Currency.

For more information, contact SACA Community Cricket Coordinator Jess O'Reilly at


Note: there are changes to 2017-18 process. Associations will not have to collect NCRPP fees from clubs for the 2017-18 season, as payments from clubs are being made directly to JLT via their website as part of the registration process.