Indoor Cricket

NSW Masters 2013
Expression of interest for Coaches and Manager
Blues and Waratahs
All expressions of interest will be sent to Andrew Harris @
Interested parties will be emailed an application which must be returned to ISNSW by
Friday August 17th.

Application Process. COACH
• All coaches will submit an application via email
• All successful coaches will undertake to complete a level 1 course prior to next year's tournament if they do not possess the qualification.
• A training schedule/plan must be submitted with your application detailing the number of sessions you intend to have.
• Successful Blues and Waratahs Coaches must liaise and organise no less than two joint sessions at an agreed venue as part of their training schedule. ( Note- These dates may be mandated by the ISNSW Board)


• Current NCAS Level 1 Indoor Cricket Coaching Accreditation
• Previous coaching experience at State or Australian Open/Junior or Masters Championship level desirable
• Extensive knowledge of the sport of Indoor Cricket
• Good communication skills
• Current Drivers license
• 12 seater bus license
• Current First Aid certificate

Application Process. MANAGER
• All Managers will submit an application via email
• All successful managers will undertake to complete a registered First Aid course prior to next year's tournament if they do not already possess the qualification.
• Must possess a current driver's licence


• Strong communication skills, including the ability to liaise with athletes, coaches, and ISNSW
• Excellent organisational skills
• Current Drivers license, 12 seater bus license preferred
• Previous State/National Team management experience desirable
• Current First Aid certificate


Indoor Sports Australia and Cricket Australia, have reached an agreement which sees Indoor Cricket become an integral part of Cricket Australia's operations effective Monday 9 February 2009.

There are more than 100 Indoor Cricket Centres spread throughout every State and Territory, with 200,000 active participants across Australia.

With cricket's vision to be Australia's favourite sport, this union is an exciting strategic step which will benefit the collective cricket community in the pursuit of this vision. There are few better places for young children to learn the game of cricket than at an Indoor Centre where the bounce is true, you are protected from the elements and the ball keeps coming back!

Whilst growing the participant and customer base of cricket is the key element of this agreement, it is also important to highlight the enormous success that the Australian Indoor Cricket Men's and Women's team have experienced. Australia are the current Men's, Women's, Boys 19 and Under, and Girls 19 and Under World Champions! Each team will be defending their world title at the World Cup for Indoor Cricket being held in Brisbane in October 2009 against countries like India, England, South Africa, New Zealand, Wales, France, Canada, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.