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Senior Registration
Date of Event Heathmont Cricket Club : Wed Aug 18, 2021 10:29PM

Dear Members,
In an effort to streamline the registration process ALL Senior Club Registrations must now be completed online. We have set up the online process in MyCricket and it is now available to use.
 
Please note: ALL senior members are now required to pay an annual registration fee of $60 and veterans a fee of $30.
Early bird prices are $50 (seniors) & $25 (vets) if you pay before Monday 20th Sept 2021.
 
Please also note the following:
• Veterans also playing senior cricket will be required to register as a senior player as well as a veteran player. You will be able to use a voucher (VETS2021) during the senior registration process to reduce the senior fee by $25.
• U/16’s also playing senior cricket will be required to register as a senior player as well as a junior player. You will be able to use a voucher (U16S2021) during the senior registration process to reduce the senior fee by $45.
• U/14’s also playing senior cricket will be required to register as a senior player as well as a junior player. You will be able to use a voucher (U14S 2021) during the senior registration process to reduce the senior fee by $45.
This fee has been introduced to cover the increased running expenses of the HCC. Please note, that this decision was carefully considered by the Executive Committee, particularly during this uncertain time, but if you have any concerns, please feel free to contact Matt Carr.
 
Link to register: The link to the Play Cricket website is available on the Register page on the HCC website and is copied here for your convenience: http://www.heathmontcc.org.au/Registration-2021-Season
 
Match fees are similar to the previous season with the weekly fee categories listed below:
Senior $25/day
Vets $25/day ($5 if played/paid Saturday of the same weekend)
Student $20/day
Junior playing seniors $15/day (turf teams) or $10/day (non turf)
 
Insurance: Although the club is covered by public liability insurance, it does not have personal health insurance nor income protection insurance. Therefore, it is up to you to ensure that you have appropriate cover should your work be affected by any injury sustained at cricket. Note that personal accident insurance and income protection insurance are both quite different to public liability insurance. Public liability insurance is only valid if the club is proven to be negligent. Please note that if you do not have private health insurance you are not covered by the club if taken to a private hospital in the event of an injury sustained during a game.
 
Club Code of Conduct: by registering as a member of the club you are agreeing to abide by the club’s code of conduct as displayed on the club website and in the clubrooms.
 
Regards,
HCC Executive Committee

Last updated: Sunday September 19, 2021 7:15PM