The Kenmore Cricket Club aims to provide good quality coaches for all of its junior teams. The club has several Cricket Australia-accredited coaches working at the club, including one level 3 (high performance) and one level 2 (representative) coach.
In addition to the coaching provided to each junior team, the club holds several coaching clinics throughout the year to assist with the development of our junior members as cricketers. The clinics that we presently run are:
- Three pre-season coaching clinics held in early September;
- School holiday clinic held over three days during the September holidays; and
- Six winter coaching clinics held during June and July.
All of these clinics are run by a level 3, high-performance Cricket Australia-accredited coach, with assistance from level 2 and level 1 coaches. The pre-season and holiday clinics are FREE to all junior members (Super 7s and under 10 through to under 17) who are registered with the club.
The winter clinics attract a small fee of about $70 in total for the six sessions.
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Become a cricket coach
The club also encourages as many parents and players as possible to become accredited coaches. The club will cover the costs associated with becoming an accredited cricket coach so long as the coach then becomes actively involved with the club. This initiative has resulted in more than 40 people becoming an accredited coach at our club. If you are interested in becoming a coach please contact the club secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0404 463 309.
The Kenmore Cricket Club requires that all committee members, age group coordinators, team managers and coaches at our club possess a Blue Card or Exemption Card. For more information about the Blue Card system and to download the Blue Card application form, click here. For assistance with your application please contact our club Member Protection Information Officer at email@example.com.