Clubs & Associations
Here are the quick links to all of the community cricket associations in WA:
Junior Community Cricket
- Central Junior Cricket Association (CJCA)
- Midland Guildford Junior Cricket Association (MGJCA)
- North West Metropolitan Cricket Association (NWMCA)
- Peel Junior Cricket Association (PJCA)
- South East Metropolitan Cricket Council (SEMJCC)
- South West Metropolitan Cricket Council (SWMJCC)
Senior Community Cricket
- Perth Swan Cricket Association (PSCA)
- WA Suburban Turf Cricket Association (WASTCA)
- South Metropolitan Cricket Association (SMCA)
- North Suburban Community Cricket Association (NSCCA)
Perth Scorchers Girls League
- Perth Scorchers Girls League - U15s & 18s
- U11s – 13s – Please refer to relevant Junior Community Cricket Association
Member Protection Policy
Clubs and Associations are also encouraged to put in place their own Member Protection Policy.
The WACA is currently working in partnership with Cricket Australia to update the Member Protection Policy in line with current legislation requirements and best practice.
Clubs and Associations will receive notification when the new policy has been finalised.
Association Act Support
All not–for–profit cricket clubs and associations in Western Australia are legally bound to follow the regulations introduced under the The Associations Incorporation Act 2015 which commenced on 1 July 2016.
Any required changes to your club/association rules need to be in place by 1 July 2019.
Responsibility for ensuring that clubs and associations comply with the Act rests with the Commissioner for Consumer Protection under the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation, and Safety.
The Act provides a framework of regulation for not-for-profit organisations such as sport and recreation clubs, societies and community groups in Western Australia leaving the internal management of associations largely to the members. Associations are still able to incorporate as a separate legal body and thereby limit the liability of its members for lawful activities.
Key features of the new law
- financial reporting
- the rules
- becoming incorporated and
- membership of incorporated associations
All club/association management committees should use the website to access the online associations portal and to ensure they comply with the regulations.
Information & Resources
The following information and resources are designed to help cricket clubs and associations understand the steps in the process so they can successfully submit their applications/ documents for approval: