ACA Chief Executive Alistair Nicholson has welcomed the introduction of concussion substitutes for International cricket, after the ICC confirmed its implementation ahead of the first men’s Ashes Test on 1 August 2019.
“If you want to talk about producing more Australian Indigenous athletes or cricketers, with Indigenous backgrounds, they need to have more role models.”
Harry Conway knows exactly about the challenges and uncertainty a professional athlete can face across their career.
Melbourne Renegades and former Australian all-rounder Dan Christian has called on the Big Bash to introduce an Indigenous Round.
Katich and Aley among key leaders for ACA member discussion on the future of Australian cricket.
Over $1.8 million from Australia’s professional cricketers was invested into facilities and equipment grants in season 2018/19, via the Grassroots Cricket Fund.
Player-led wellbeing program called GAMEPLAN launched by the ACA.
Mike Whitney receives the Order of Australia for significant service to cricket and to the broadcast media.
The stand-alone WBBL in 2019/20 presents an exciting opportunity for the continued growth of women’s cricket; according to ACA General Manager of Cricket Operations & Player Relations Brendan Drew.
Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) President Greg Dyer has welcomed the news of Earl Eddings appointment as Independent Director of Cricket Australia, and his continuation as CA’s Chair.