International cricket is played 365 days a year across multiple continents, in varying conditions, across three formats. Resilience, adaptability and 365 performance is key.

Australia has a competitive advantage as the only international cricketing nation with the ability to play cricket 365 in our own backyard. 

To capitalise on our 365 competitive advantage, Australia's best emerging players can head north in winter to develop their 365 game.

The Cricket 365 program will run from June until the end of August and consists of three parts:

  1. TIO Men's Strike League One Day Series (Played on Sunday’s from 13 June – 25 July)

  2. NT Strike Representative Cricket; and

  3. TIO Men's Strike League T20 Tournament (15 – 27 August, weekend, mid-week and day/night games will be fixtured)

 

The aim of Cricket 365 is to enhance the development of Territory players, coaches and match officials, showcase emerging players seeking to play professional cricket to state teams and Big Bash clubs, and become a highly visible and marketable platform to promote cricket in the Top End. 

We are seeking expressions of interest for Head Coach, Assistant Coach and Managers for the four franchise teams for the Cricket 365 Program. 

COACHING ROLES

The Head Coach will lead the team on and off the cricket field to the highest possible standard of excellence and professionalism, with the Assistant Coach to support and enhance the goals of the Head Coach and team. 

 

The Head Coach and Assistant Coach role requires you to be present at all games (one day games and T20 tournament) and attend team training (one night per week).

 

Head Coach and Assistant Coach roles and responsibilities can be found here.

 

MANAGER ROLE

The Manager’s primary role is that of the team and the players. You are to support the Coach and the Assistant Coach predominantly with off field duties that you will need to fulfill.

 

The managers role requires you to be present at all games (one day games and T20 tournament) and at team training as required by the Head Coach and Assistant Coach.

 

Manager roles and responsibilities can be found here. 

 

If you are interested in any of these roles, please complete an expression of interest form by 5pm Monday 1 March. 

 

Queries can be directed to Megan White at megan.white@ntcricket.com.au or Darren Treumer at darren.treumer@ntcricket.com.au