New Position - Junior Rep Coordinator
Date of Event : Tue Jan 29, 2019 11:14PM




The NMCA was formed in 1922 when the Jika Cricket Association was formed. Over the next 97 years the NMCA has evolved, developed and organised various formats of Cricket to suit the local community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. In 1967 the Association introduced Junior Cricket with an Under 16 competition. Since this time our formats have grown to include Veteran’s Cricket, and of recent times the introduction of a designated Women’s Competition to cater for the increasing demand of female sporting participation. And our next major format style will be the introduction of girls only competitions.


Position Details


               Title: Junior Representative (Rep) Cricket Coordinator

Brief description of role: To support the Junior Manager with coordination of the Junior Rep program

Responsible: to Junior Manager

Remuneration: a small honorarium is offered


How to apply


  • Email the Junior Manager with your expression of interest and include details of your experience and skillset
  • Send application to:


Other details


  • Closing date: 28 February 2019
  • Contact: Michael Harold (Junior Manager) on 0400 008 318
  • Working with Children Check is required
  • Level One Community Coaching is also required but can be done post appointment


Key duties and responsibilities will include:


  • Appoint Rep Coaches or confirm continuation of tenure in consultation with Junior Manager
  • Coordinate winter program sessions
  • Liaise with Cricket Victoria to identify talent for Pathway July Combine
  • Liaise with Member Clubs to identify talent for Trials
  • Organise Rep Trial sessions for October
  • Support Rep Coaches throughout the program
  • Ensure coaches have all the necessary information, rules and equipment for the VMCU carnival in January
  • Liaise with NMCA Treasurer regarding uniforms for selected players
  • Seek sponsor for U12 warm up tops (currently Northern Indoor Sports)
  • Conduct a review of the program at end of season

Last updated: Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:16PM
Author: Neil Riley