Cricket NSW is proud to be a supporter and partner to The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Australia.
Along with other registered activity providers, Cricket NSW is now able to assist participating students in meeting their Physical Recreation and Service Bronze Medal requirements through their local cricket club.
This can be achieved by signing up to play cricket or volunteering at your local cricket club.
Details for both participants and clubs is available at Cricket NSW
Playing Cricket for the Physical Recreation section of the Award
By playing cricket at a local cricket club, students participating in The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award can meet the requirements needed for the Physical Recreation section of the Award. How to get involved in playing cricket:
Students can find their local club on www.playcricket.com.au
Once signed up and playing, your cricket coach will act as your Assessor
Volunteering for the Service section of the Award
Some local cricket clubs are able to provide opportunities for participating students to meet the requirements of the Service section of the Award, by either volunteering on club run programs like MILO T20 Blast and MILO in2cricket or as general volunteers helping the club throughout the cricket season. Volunteering to assist with MILO T20 Blast and MILO in2cricket programs can meet the time requirements needed for the Bronze Award.
How to volunteer at your local club:
- If already playing club cricket, simply ask at the club whether they offer any Junior programs like the MILO T20 Blast and MILO in2cricket and whether you would be able to volunteer,
- If not playing cricket for a local cricket club, then use the club finder search tool on www.playcricket.com.au to find the details for a local club who you can contact to see whether they offer junior programs like the MILO T20 Blast and Milo in2crciket or if they can provide general volunteering activities