Sunday, June 16, 2024

Cricket NSW CEO, Chief Community Cricket Officer attend Country Roadshows across towns

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Over the past three weeks, Cricket NSW has had the pleasure of connecting with local cricket communities across the state through the CNSW Country Roadshows.

The roadshows are designed to provide a great collaboration opportunity between the local community and Cricket NSW with an increased focus in the agenda this year on hearing from the community and seeking to understand what is working well and identifying areas requiring additional assistance.

The roadshows are a focal point of the calendar with Cricket NSW CEO Lee Germon attending many of these events, with the support of Chief Community Cricket Officer Martin Gleeson and the local Community Cricket team including Competition Coordinators and Cricket Managers.

The agenda has included updates on the State of Play within the NSW cricket community, along with some new initiatives including building out the Volunteer Action Plan and assisting clubs and associations in opening their registrations.  

The most important section of these workshops is the volunteer discussion groups that have been taking place, this has provided the opportunity for the local community to provide feedback and ideas that will help grow the game of cricket and ultimately support volunteers and the community for the upcoming season.

Cricket NSW welcomed the feedback that was provided and looks forward to taking this information on board to help tailor the support and collaboration opportunities for the upcoming season.  

Cricket NSW is extremely grateful for the contribution of the volunteers, not just at these events, but throughout the entire year, with many of the attendees being involved in the game for long periods of time. If anyone would like to know more about the roadshows, please feel free to reach out to your local Cricket NSW contact who will be able to provide additional information.

The locations for this year were:  

  • Ballina – 30th April 
  • Coffs Harbour – 1st May 
  • Port Macquarie – 2nd May 
  • Wagga Wagga - 5th May 
  • Parkes – 6th May 
  • Narrabri – 7th May 
  • Tamworth – 8th May 
  • Kiama – 13th May 
  • Central Coast – 14th May 
  • Maitland – 15th May 

Cricket NSW is excited to continue the collaboration with local communities into next season and beyond, and thanks all the volunteers who have contributed to making these evenings a great success! 

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