every cricket season each club shall register all its playing members with the
players must be registered prior to playing in their first match. The process to be followed is:
player must complete and sign a hard copy registration form (or complete a club
online registration), which constitutes their agreement to meet their financial
commitments to their club and to follow club and Cricket North West rules. Clubs are to retain the hard copies to be
used in the event of a dispute or clearance application.
player’s name, postal address, contact phone number, date of birth, email
address (if applicable) and emergency contact details must be entered in the
MyCricket management system prior to the completion of online registration.
player must be registered in MyCricket prior to taking part in their first
match with their club in each season.
a player desires to transfer from one Association club to another, they must
obtain clearance from the club with which they were previously registered,
and/or be granted clearance by the CNW Board or CNW Tribunal as outlined in Rule
must be in the Regional Administrator’s hands prior to the player commencing to
play with their new club.
closing date for all registrations for each season shall be the 31st
day of January in that season, and all registrations must be completed in
MyCricket on or before that date.
Cricket North West Board shall have power to decide on any application for
registration from a club on behalf of a player transferring from another
Territory after the 31st of January in that season providing it is a
bone fide change in residence or employment.
player who resides (that his normal place of abode) or works within the
Territory allocated to Cricket North West may register with the club of his
choice providing he has received a clearance from his previous club.
a player changes his residence to a place outside the CNW Territory at any time
during the season he shall be entitled to apply to the Cricket North West Board
for de-registration and for clearance to any cricket club which does not
ordinarily play within the Territory.
players registered with the Circular Head Cricket Association are permitted
dual registration. As a result, they may
play senior cricket with a CNW club (1st Grade, 2nd
Grade, Women’s T20), but must play junior cricket with the CHCA, provided they
field a team in the applicable age group.
all grades (except CNW 1st Grade), players may be permitted dual
registration between a CNW and community association club. This dual registration only covers instances
senior player has not been selected in a CNW lower grade team and they have the
opportunity to play with a community association club in any given week;
CNW lower grade team is short on numbers in any given week and brings in
community association players to fill gaps; or
junior player plays cricket with a community association club each Saturday,
and plays with a CNW club’s junior team each Sunday.
is conditional on the player satisfying all CNW and community association
registration and clearance rules. Finals
eligibility conditions are the same as for any other player.
Cricket Tasmania Premier League players may be dual-registered with a CNW club,
conditional on the player satisfying all CNW and CTPL registration and
clearance rules. Finals eligibility
conditions are the same as for any other player.
to the provisions of Rules 12-15, a player may play with any club provided they
are not a defaulter.
player may play with more than one CNW club during the same season unless they
are cleared by his club and/or the Cricket North West Board.
player who has been suspended from playing by any cricket association may play
with a CNW club until the term of the suspension has been completed.
a club has entered multiple teams in one grade, a player can only play in one
team, unless there are exceptional circumstances and written permission is
provided by CNW.
(a) Subject to regional requirements, no player having registered with a
CNW club shall be allowed to play with any other club without first obtaining a
written clearance from the club with which he is registered. Such approval for a clearance can only be approved
by the Cricket North West Board or the CNW Tribunal.
(b) In the event of a club refusing a clearance for a player, the CNW Board
will examine the information provided by the player and clubs and shall have
the power to grant or refuse the clearance independently.
(c) A club wishing to challenge the clearance ruling of the CNW Board
may elect to take the matter to the CNW Tribunal for deliberation, as per item
43(2)(a) of the CNW (NWTCA Inc.) constitution.
(d) A player dissatisfied with a clearance ruling of the CNW Board may
elect to take the matter to the CNW Tribunal as per item 42(7) of the CNW
(NWTCA Inc.) constitution.