Club Management

Administration and Club Management is vital to keep any club healthy and thriving.

A wide variety of items can fit into Club Management, from fundraising to promoting the club through Social Media channels, developing working relationships with other co-tenants and the local council about the facilities and legal requirements that impact the operations of your club and volunteers (such as Working with Children Checks and the Responsible Service of Alcohol).

A Club Secretary alongside other volunteers will normally be able to deal with these requirements, while also dealing with more day-to-day related items (e.g. MyCricket for Team Selection/Results Entry/Communications to Club Members). However, for those that are less familiar with these tasks, some research and training may be required to come up to speed with the tasks involved.

For those that may be new to the role or those that are looking for some inspiration or new ideas for their club to try, please click on the menu on the right for more information.


The Sports Marketing Network has assisted a number of community sports to become more vibrant, visible and viable, here are eleven points those thriving clubs tend to follow. 

How to Grow Your Club in 11 Steps (Source: Sports Marketing Network)



The 'Information and Tools for Clubs & Associations' Flyer is a handy two page PDF containing supporting information for Clubs and Associations on important items such as:

  • Play Cricket;
  • Community Cricket Facilities Guidelines;
  • MyCricket;
  • MyCricket Community;
  • Coaching;
  • Umpiring;
  • Indoor Cricket;
  • A Sport For All;
  • JLT Insurance; and
  • Well Played


To access this PDF, please click on the Download button below.  

2016 Clubs and Associations A4.pdf (2.8 MB)


A club worksheet is a handy resource for clubs that wish to keep day-to-day operational information in the one location. Information related to budgets, financial reports, Working with Children Checks, apparel orders and stocks, Memberships, Sponsorships and Committee details can be contained within this one file.

Please find below an example of a club worksheet template that has been made available for club use. We would like to acknowledge Shaun Dougherty from Parkdale Cricket Club in Victoria for sharing this template.

2016-17 WS Parkdale CC Example.xlsx (148 KB)