Great Southern Cricket Future Directions
The Great Southern Cricket Future Directions Project, supported by the WACA, Department of Local Government, Sport and Culture, and the Country Cricket Board, aims to improve and grow the game of cricket in the Great Southern region.
- Identify the number and type of players, clubs and competition structures within the Great Southern;
- Identify the best governance and delivery models for the region;
- Establish a strong base to support the growth of cricket in the future; and
- Encourage feedback and input from all cricket players and supporters
In order to achieve these objectives, the contribution, thoughts and feedback from players, teams, Associations, volunteers and supporters is essential.
The survey is now closed. Results from the survey and project updates will be provided soon.
The Project will wrap up in time for the start of the 2019/20 cricket season.
If you would like to provide input to the Great Southern Cricket Future Directions project, there is further opportunity through two upcoming forums being held in the region.
Albany and Ongerup Associations
Monday 24 June 6.00 – 8.00 pm
Centennial Stadium Meeting Room (Courtesy of City of Albany )
Great Southern Association
Tuesday 25 June 5.30 – 7.30 pm
Sprigg Bar, Katanning Recreation Centre (Courtesy of Shire of Katanning and Wanderers FC )
These two forums will cover:
- Overview of survey findings
- Discussion on Great Southern Cricket Future Directions – key wickets and bails identified
- Feedback on Cricket Great Southern Board – potential role, structure, representation, members (expressions of interest sought)
- Identify needs and support for Associations/Clubs to grow the game of cricket.
These two forums will be facilitated by impartial and non-aligned consultants. Feedback from the forums will help us form recommendations on the Future Direction for cricket across the region.
For more information contact Great Southern Cricket Future Directions Project Facilitator Kim Buttfield – firstname.lastname@example.org