Scorer's Committee

ACT Cricket Umpires

Cricket ACT

Umpires' & Scorers' Council

Scorer's Committee

Cricket Australia

The ACT Scorers Committee has four main aims:

  • Recruitment
  • Accreditation
  • Appointments
  • Recognition

Recruitment

The main aim of the scorers is the recruitment of more people to become cricket scorers in all forms of cricket in the ACT.

This will in time lead to all first grade teams, both male and female, having at least a first grade scorer.

It will also help with scorers for national youth championships and a very high level of scorers for the senior representative matches in the ACT.

Accreditation

Accreditation adds to the professionalism of the scorers in the eyes of the cricket world and the cricket community in general.

The ACT Scorers Committee at this stage will be using the scorerís exams that have been created by the NSW Cricket Umpires & Scorers Association.

We are encouraging all scorer members (and umpires!) to undertake the basic scorers exam and, if and when they feel confident, to have a go at the advanced scorers exam.

Appointments

The ACT Cricket Scorers Committee will be responsible for the appointments for all representative matches.

This includes senior representative, junior representative and youth carnival matches.

Appointments are made for all of the senior representative matches played in Canberra with two scorers and a reserve appointed for each match.

A process has also been created for the appointment of the scorers for the Prime Ministerís XI match, the pinnacle of matches for scorers in the ACT.

Recognition

The ACT Cricket Scorers Committee works with Cricket ACT and the cricket clubs of the ACT in terms of recognising the work of the scorers.

The committee acts as a body which helps improve the conditions and awareness of cricket scorers among the cricket and wider community.

 

It will also help with scorers for national youth championships and a very high level of scorers for the senior representative matches in the ACT.

Committee Details
 
Chair Adam Morehouse

(0415 745 212)

amorehouse@tpg.com.au
Secretary Judith Hall Judith@hallpublications.net
Committee
Members
Catherine Polglase

Robert Hall