This month in MyCricket ...
New online registration forms, national participation marketing campaign and insurance registration update...
New and Improved Online Registration
The MyCricket Online Registration forms for club cricket are now mobile friendly. The benefits of setting up Online Registration is that’ll make it easier for players and parents to register to your club, whilst removing the the need for time consuming data entry by club administrators.
Last season, a reduced service fee of 1.95% for online transactions saw a massive 90% increase in club participants registering online to play cricket. (Note - there is no service fee included in registrations for MILO in2CRICKET or MILO T20 Blast).
For further details please Click here.
National Marketing Campaign
In preparation for the National Participation Marketing campaign in August, please ensure that your club details are correct. The campaign will direct people to www.playcricket.com.au where your club information will appear. All club information is sourced from MyCricket so it's important that your club details are up-to-date.
What you need to do:
*Update and publish your Club & Program details (via Organisation Details)
*Activate your MILO in2CRICKET and/or MILO T20 Blast programs (if applicable)
*Configure Online Registrations & Payments (if applicable)
Click here to find marketing material to help promote your club, including flyers, banners, email footers, newsletters and a Facebook image.
Register for 2016/17 Insurance Now
The Australian Cricket Insurance Scheme (National Club Risk Protection Programme) is now open for 2016/17. Please register your club or association via MyCricket and complete the process via JLT Sport’s website. Please refer to your state cricket association communication for further details.
Certificates of Currency are valid from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.
To register; login to MyCricket and navigate to MODE: Administration > Organisation
For further details please click here.