Getting Involved

How can the Information Technology Department of Queensland Cricket help your club or association to grow and communicate with your community?

Queensland Cricket recognises the enormous amount of time and energy that  administrators at all levels throughout the state spend on supporting cricket in their communities and we would like to take a moment to remind you of the various ways we can support your efforts via technology.

The Information Technology Department of Queensland Cricket has four main methods to support organisations:-

MyCricket
Organisation Emails
Organisation Websites
Find a Club Locator 

 

MyCricket is the new National Competition Management System developed by Cricket Australia. Click here to go to MyCricket.

It is the system used by Associations and Clubs to register players, run competitions and display statistics. It is fully integrated with the Cricket Australia website. The newly launched in2Cricket replacing the Milo Have-A-Go system is also integrated into MyCricket.

Last season Queensland Cricket ran training tutorials around the State, helping Clubs and Associations, unfortunatly we are not able to do that this year.

However as part of this support process a powerpoint slide show has been updated  to assist clubs run their own training sessions.

The Association (click here) component is complete and so is the Club section (click here), Finally to assist Captain / Scorers at the end of the game - Entering Team scores (click here). 

UMPIRES Umpires requiring assistance to log on to make availability known and check your allocation (click here)

If you would like to know more about how MyCricket can help you please contact Matthew Walter at Queensland Cricket on 3292 3168  or use the contact form below.. 

Email

Queensland Cricket can offer your organisation a free email address.  This enables you to have a central email contact for your organisation which is accessible by your officials, committee or one individual.
 
• Do emails to your organisation get directed to the incorrect person?
 
• Do members of your organisation get tired of receiving queries or information long after retirement from their committee roles?
 
• Has your central email contact changed their email address and neglected to inform all the necessary individuals of the change? 

By having an email address facilitated by Queensland Cricket these frustrations can be overcome. To find out more please contact Brian Chen at Queensland Cricket on 3292 3146 or use the form above.

Websites

Websites are a fantastic way of informing interested people of your organisation’s activities and successes.

They can however be expensive to set up and if the person initially responsible for the creation and upkeep moves on often significant knowledge is lost and your site ends up tired and out of date.

Queensland Cricket can set up a web site for your organisation that is run via the Queensland Cricket server but which you create and have control over.

The sites are simple to administer and there is always someone to ask if you have a query.

If you are interested in getting a web site established for your organisation please contact Brian at Queensland Cricket on 3292 3146 or use the form above.

Find a Club Locator

The locator on the Queensland Cricket web site is a straightforward way for people looking to become involved in cricket to find an appropriate club in their area.

Organisation contacts are given along with a relevant web site if the site is run via Queensland Cricket.

The locator is available to view via the Queensland Cricket home page (http://www.qldcricket.com.au) under “Find a Club” on the orange menu bar towards the top of the page.

If your organisation is not listed and you would like it added or if your organisation’s details require updating please contact Matthew on 3292 3168 or use the contact form above.

 

If you require more information that is not here please contact Matthew Walter using the form below.

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Getting Involved