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Cricket Volunteers

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:

V-Star Volunteer Management Plan

V-STAR is a volunteer management tool, ideal for clubs and associations. A STARCLUB resource, V-STAR is a quick and easy online process providing volunteers with an action plan to work towards being a best practice club.

You can  watch a two-minute video on how best to utilise V-Star, plus download an editable V-Star Volunteer Management Handbook.

Visit the V-STAR website now to get a head-start on the management and organisation of your club for season 2018-19, including taking the five-minute quiz to see where your club currently sits.

Volunteer Recognition

SACA Statewide Super Volunteer of the Month Award 

The SACA Statewide Super Volunteer of the Month aims to celebrate the work of our volunteers in the cricket community by highlighting the individual efforts of a volunteer who has been working with the SACA to achieve our vision and strategic priorities.

 

2017-18 SACA Statewide Super Volunteers of the Month:

September 2017 – Gavin Smith, Great Southern Cricket Association

October 2017 – Jonno De Conno, North Eastern Junior Cricket Association

November 2017 – Chris Smith, Port Noarlunga Cricket Club 

December 2017 – Heath Case, Yahl Cricket Club, Mt Gambier & District Cricket Association and the South East Cricket Association

January 2018 – Brad Twartz, Yorketown Cricket Club and John O’Halloran, Central Whyalla Cricket Club, Whyalla Cricket Association and Upper North Cricket

February 2018 – Peter Clarkson, Para Districts Cricket Association

 

SACA Statewide Super Volunteer of the Year Award

The SACA Statewide Super Volunteer of the Year celebrates a member of the community who has made an exceptional contribution to improving the game. These volunteers support others to become actively involved in the cricket community and work to achieve South Australian cricket’s vision and strategic priorities.

 

SACA 25 & 50 Year Service Awards

To recognise South Australia’s hard working volunteers, 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. Nominations for the 2017 recognition program close Wednesday 31 January 2018.

Click here to nominate.

 

SACA Statewide Super Volunteer Recognition Ceremony

The SACA Statewide Super Volunteer recognition ceremony celebrates the work of our volunteers in the cricket community who work with the SACA to achieve our vision and strategic priorities. At the ceremony, volunteers from a range of categories are recognised, 25 & 50 Year Service to Cricket awards are presented, and the SACA Statewide Super Volunteer of the Year Award recipient is announced. 

Click here to nominate someone for a community award.