Nets can be booked by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Usage is for paid up Cricket NL members in good standing.
Non members need to join the organization before using the nets in order to be covered by insurance. Guests can join practice at their own risk, but non members who wish to practice regularly must join Cricket NL.
Members must leave nets clean and tidy. Any problems with the facility, equipment or cleanliness should be reported to the Cricket NL board.
Safe operating procedure should be used at all times. Please ensure gate to nets is closed when practice is underway, and that spectators are outside the netting or fully aware of practice. There is a serious risk of injury from hard hit straight drives.
Any batsman facing pace bowling with the hard ball must wear protective equipment.
Practice must be conducted in a responsible manner at all times.
If there are vehicles parked in line with the nets, or members of the public using the vulnerable area, practice must be restricted with no intentional lofted hits. Any batsman contravening this practice will be asked to leave the batting area immediately.
Cricket NL bookings take priority over club events.
Bookings must be placed on the Cricket NL calendar (see below) to be considered valid.
- Maximum 2 hour booking on weekend, 90 minutes during week.
- Clubs can book one exclusive slot per week (both nets); additional bookings must accommodate other members by providing access to one net during practice.
- Each club can book one weekend slot, one mid week slot.
- Bookings can be first come first served if open 24 hours prior to session – i.e if a 10-12 Sunday slot is not booked by 10 Saturday it is open to all to book.
- Weekend slots; 10-12, 12-2, 2-4, 4-6
- Mid week slots; 5-6:30, 6:30-8
Nets must be vacated promptly if another team is waiting.
When allocated by booking to a club, other Cricket NL members should not interfere with the other clubs practices and maintain decorum. Clubs can choose to integrate other Cricket NL members into their practice sessions.
Any member in good standing can use the nets facility when not booked by a club or Cricket NL, but should book times on the nets calendar through board members, or club managers or captains to avoid conflicts, and to ensure Cricket NL is aware of who is using the nets.
Cricket NL reserves the right to ban any member from using the nets facilities if they have has been found abusing and misusing them. This could be one such incident or accumulations of multiple events based on the severity of the event.
The Cricket NL discipline policy applies to the nets.
Adopted June 2016
Cricket NL maintains a basic set of kit for use by its members. It is available for use for matches and for net practice. The kit does not include bats, balls or personal protective equipment. There is a second set of kit for use by youth players, which contains a helmet, harrow sized bat, gloves and pads.
The kit is mostly for the use of teams entered in the Summer League, and the HP programme/ provincial team. Individuals may also request use of the kit, but must be members in good standing with Cricket NL, and have the use approved by the board.
Conditions of use
The kit must be signed out, and whenever transferred signed in again.
A sign-out book must be kept with the kit at all times and will contain a list of equipment. Any person signing for the kit has a responsibility to check if all kit is in the bag and is in good condition. If on sign out/ in/ transfer any equipment is damaged (beyond normal wear and tear) or missing then the previous holder of the kit is responsible for replacing the item(s) missing with those of equivalent or better quality. Failure to do this within a reasonable time period means that the team responsible will be no longer in good standing with Cricket NL until the situation is remedied.