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A Sport for All

6 Steps to Strengthen Your Club or Association Through Inclusion & Diversity

 

Want more participants to your club or association? How about extra funding?.
By following six easy steps, you’ll open your doors to more players, umpires, volunteers, coaches and supporters through inclusion and diversity.
Plus get access to program funding.
Clubs and associations across Australia have used these six steps to build sustainable participation, strengthening their club, association and community.
And you can too. Here’s how…

1. Download the A Sport For All Resource Guide

The A Sport For All Resource Guide is Australian cricket’s inclusion and diversity blueprint.

Hundreds of clubs and associations have put A Sport For All into action. They’re seeing record numbers of diverse participants by creating inclusive programs.

Hundreds of clubs and associations have put A Sport For All into action. They’re seeing record numbers of diverse participants by creating inclusive programs.

Hundreds of clubs and associations have put A Sport For All into action. They’re seeing record numbers of diverse participants by creating inclusive programs. Take a look at some of their amazing stories in their video case studies.

Download the guide and pass it around your club/association leaders. It’s what get minds ticking, conversations happening and new programs started.

Want to Build Sustainable Participation at Your Club/Association?

ASFA Resource Guide.pdf (1.1 MB)

Step 2. Register for an A Sport For All Workshop

Delivered by industry experts, the FREE workshops show you how to grow and sustain participation through inclusion and diversity.

You’ll discover simple to implement strategies to attract and retain participants from diverse communities to your club/association.

Workshops are happening all over Australia. But spots are limited.

Claim Your Club/Association’s Spot Today

For a Workshop

Step 3. Take the Inclusion Survey

10 minutes is all it takes for a full inclusion assessment of your club.

Through a few quick questions, the survey will show you the opportunities for you to grow sustainable participation as part of your A Sport For All Action Plan.

We’ll even email you a copy of your results. It’s 10 minutes that can have a lasting impact on the strength of your club.

Ready To Spend 10 Minutes Strengthening Your Club?

The inclusion survey

4. Download and Complete your Action Plan

An Action Plan is your head-start for building sustainable participation through inclusion and diversity.

It lets your club/association zero in on what’s most important to you, according to your priorities.

And developing an A Sport For All Action Plan is easy.

Simply download your action plan template then sit down with your committee and work out how you’ll use inclusion and diversity to build participation at your club/association.

What’s Your Club/Association’s Action Plan For Sustainable Participation?

Your Action Plan Template

5. Submit your Action Plan

Now you’ve created your Action Plan, it’s time to submit it.

By submitting it, you’ll get access to special resources and expert support and tips from Australian cricket staff.

Email your action plan to community@cricket.com.au

Don't forget to include the following information:

  • Name
  • Name of Club/Association
  • Position at Club/Association
  • Mobile Number
  • Email
  • State/Territory

Your action plan

Step 6. Access Funding & Support

A Sport For All gives you ongoing support and funding to help you build sustainable participation at you club/association.

The support available includes:

Growing Cricket for Girls Fund

Cricket for girls is growing like wildfire. With a little funding, you too can bring more girls to your club/association.

  • Cricket associations can apply for up to $5,000 to establish new opportunities for girls to play cricket.
  • Clubs and schools can access up to $2,000 to help new create new girls teams.

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Coach and umpire accreditation funding

Cricket isn’t possible without coaches and umpires. They’re the people who teach the next generation and officiate our game at all levels.

Fully subsidised level 1 coaching and accreditation is available to diverse groups that are traditionally underrepresented in coaching and umpiring ranks.

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Women in Cricket Leadership workshops

Run by female leaders and industry experts, Women in Cricket Leadership Workshops provide women involved in cricket with additional skills, techniques and resources.

Cricket clubs and associations are filled with amazing women. The workshops empower women in cricket, helping them influence change in their communities.

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A Sport For All video case studies

This library of short three minute videos captures gives you a taste of the inspiring stories of the hundreds of clubs and associations have put A Sport For All into action. They’re taking action and seeing record numbers of diverse participants by creating inclusive programs.

Learn more