Learn more about the different categories of membership at the South Australian Cricket Association here.
Membership of the South Australian Cricket Association is divided into the following classes:
Honorary Life - Nominated in recognition of outstanding service to the SACA and the advancement of cricket. Honorary Life Membership is approved at the Annual General Meeting.
Honorary Life Members are exempt from paying fees and have all the privileges of membership, including voting rights. They receive one Honorary Life Member card and two Transferable Associate cards.
Membership is transferred to the spouse on death, with the same privileges.
Services Rendered - Received at the Board's pleasure for services to cricket. Honorary membership ceases upon death. Surviving spouse may apply for immediate membership with one Transferable Associate card, entrance fee waived.
Life - Life Members receive one Life Member card and two Transferable Associate cards. Life Members have full privileges and the membership can be transferred to a spouse on death with the same privileges. All Life Members have voting rights.
Tenured - Members with 65 years' continuous membership are granted Honorary status by the SACA Board. Members eligible for this category are contacted in August of each year. Members receive one Honorary Member card and two Transferable Associate cards. Upon death, membership can be transferred to a spouse who is entitled to a Tenured Spouse Membership. All Tenured Members have voting rights.
Tenured Spouse - This class of membership is activated following the transfer to a surviving spouse of Tenured membership. Receives one Honorary card and one Transferable Associate card. Honorary membership ceases upon death.
Full - Full Members must be aged at least 18 and live within 80 kms of the Adelaide GPO or outside Australia. Members elected before 1956 are entitled to purchase two Transferable Associate cards.
Members elected since 1956 are entitled to purchase one Transferable Associate card.
All Full Members have voting rights.
Country - Country Members must be at least 18 years old and live more than 80 kms from the Adelaide GPO by the shortest rail or road route; or live in any other Australian State or Territory. Country Members elected before 1956 are entitled to purchase two Transferable Associate cards.
Country members elected since 1956 can purchase one Transferable Associate card.
All Country members have the same rights and privileges as Full Members.
Junior - Junior Members must be aged 10 to 17 years as at 31 August 2017. Members turning 18 during the season will remain as Juniors until the next year when they will transfer to Full or Country membership. A Junior member has the option to purchase a Transferable Associate card. Junior Members do not have voting rights.