Insurance And Policies

The National Club Risk Protection Program is a joint insurance policy created by Cricket Australia and the State and Territory Cricket Associations to provide insurance support for clubs and associations.

The National Club Risk Protection Program (NCRPP) has seen a number of financial benefits and savings provided to cricket clubs, associations and participants across Australia.

The program was developed to help clubs and associations achieve appropriate and affordable insurance cover through a collective approach and greater purchasing power.

It is considered that every club now has access to insurance at an affordable and consistent price. The program provides competitively priced broad protection as outlined in the table below:

Public liability $25m, $500 excess Slip and trip
Errors and omissions liability (For coaches, umpires and managers only) $10m, $2,500 excess Negligent advice by coach/trainer
Products liability $25m, $500 excess Faulty products sold by club
Club management (D&O)

Employee theft
$10m, $Nil excess

$1m, $2,500 excess
Negligence in capacity of office bearers
Personal accident 85 per cent Non-Medicare costs $5,000 max. Injuries sustained during club activities
PA loss of income 85 per cent of net weekly income or $500, 14 -day excess Income lost due to injury sustained during club activity

Clubs and associations should complete the online risk management module on MyCricket and print its Certificate of Currency.

Clubs and associations can also visit JLT Sport or phone 1300 130 373 for more information.

Some important messages from our community cricket insurance partner JLT.

JLT Sport have provided a document for cricket clubs and associations providing some details regarding key terminology relating to insurance claims. To access the document, please see below in the Downloads section or alternatively please click here.

Club eShot Club Management Liability.pdf (1.3MB)


NCRPP Insurance Registration Guide.pdf (1.2MB)

Useful Information for Clubs from JLT Insurance 201617.pdf (0.15MB)