Make a Difference: Coach
The role of the Coach is to assist players of junior teams to develop their skills through training and encouragement. Coaches ensure that games are played according to the rules and traditions of the game. Your approach to coaching will shape how your players perform and make them want to keep coming back to training and also improve their skills. It's important to be aware of the different club policy and rules.
At the start of each season the club hosts a Junior Coaches and Managers meeting which helps induct Managers of junior teams and allows you to ask any questions you may have.
We have a volunteer reward system to show our appreciation for taking on the Coach’s role. If you're interested in applying for a Coach’s role, click here, read the Task Sheet, then complete the attached application and e-mail the form through to the Volunteer Coordinator/Secretary
Throughout the season if you have any questions Coaches can contact your age groups' Cricket Manager (Junior/Youth/Senior).
Registering as a Coach with Cricket Australia, as a Volunteer on MyCricket and Applying for a Blue Card
1. Register as a coach on the Cricket Coaches Australia website.
2. Register as a Club Member with WPC Cricket here
3. Apply for your Blue Card and/or email Blue Card details to email@example.com
Accreditation and Coaching Resources
The Cricket Coaches Australia website is packed full of great resources and is where you can sign up to do coaching courses. WPC Cricket reimburse all coaches who complete their Community Coach accreditation.
Free Coaching Apps & Resources
The Australian Way- 6 apps in 1, CrickFit, Video analysis and recording, activities. Download: Android - IOS
Cricket Match Day- Match Day insurance checklist on your phone, quick & easy. Download: Android - IOS
MyCricket Coach- 400 free videos and heaps of other great resources: mycricketcoach.com
Representative Coaching Course Overview
Useful Documents & Information
WPC Cricket Guide for Coaches and Managers of Junior Teams
MSW Junior Zone Rules
Codes of Conduct: Parents & Spectators and Players
Extreme Hot Weather
Umpiring and Scoring