Cricket Administrators and Volunteers are the greatest assets of our clubs and associations.
SACA recognises the significant contribution volunteers make. Without volunteer involvement at all levels of the game, many clubs and associations simply could not exist.
A variety of resources are available for volunteers to access:
Learn from the ORSR about what sporting clubs can do to capture new volunteers and support existing ones. Find additional resources and read about the Volunteering Strategy for South Australia 2021-2027.
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is committed to supporting the sector to enable more people to volunteer in sport and to enhance the sport volunteering experience through a reimagined vision for the future of sport volunteering (the Vision).
Volunteering SA&NT provide free and paid training for volunteer managers/coordinators and volunteering-involving organisations. Sessions are informative and offer simple solutions to ongoing issues and proven strategies for dealing with more complex concerns
SACA 10, 25 & 50-Year Service Awards
To recognise South Australia’s hard-working volunteers, 10, 25 & 50 Year Service Awards are presented to eligible participants. Service to cricket can be defined as a player, coach, administrator, umpire, ground staff, scorer, school volunteer or general club helper.
To submit a nomination for a Service to Cricket Award, click here.
Since 2009, almost 350 South Australians have been recognised for their tireless service to cricket. See the full list of recipients here.
SACA Community Awards
SACA's Community Awards celebrates the work of volunteers in the cricket community who work to achieve SACA's vision and strategic priorities. See the full list of 2022-23 winners here.
Visit the Play Cricket Support page for all resources, training & support to make your club or association's transition to PlayHQ as smooth as possible. If you have a question or need assistance in the platform you can contact Cricket Australia's Customer Support Team.