Strategic Plan 2016-18


St Andrews Cricket Club Pascoe Vale is excited to share with you our Strategic Plan for 2016-18.

Strategic-Planning-2015

 

Following our membership survey in 2014 the Committee has been busy planning the future of our Club in consultation with key stakeholders including Moreland City Council, the Victorian Turf Cricket Association (VTCA), the North West Metropolitan Cricket Association (NWMCA) and others. The first key step in this process was to appoint a long-term senior coach to lead our player development and provide advice on the club’s playing aspirations and facility needs to do so.

We are pleased to present our vision for the next two years below (or you can download this printable version).

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Strategic Plan 2016-18

 

St Andrews Cricket Club Pascoe Vale is: Excellent, diverse and fun

St Andrews Cricket Club Pascoe Vale is: The club where everyone is welcome, has fun and plays their best cricket.

 

Objectives

2016

2018

1. Successful teams and players
1.1. Build a pathway for players from Junior to Senior teams1.2. Appoint coaches to support all teams and players

1.3. Recruit new Senior players who embody the club’s values

  • Milo in2cricket, 2x U10s teams, 2x U12s teams and an U14s team
  • Coaches appointed to support all teams and players
  • Senior players regularly  support Junior programs
  • Recruit more new/returning players than retiring/vacating players
  • Milo in2cricket, 2x U10s teams, 2x U12s teams, an U14s team and an U16s team
  • 6x Senior cricket teams
2. High quality facilities
2.1. Ensure adequate quantity and quality of training balls2.1. Prioritise new training and playing equipment as the next small project for the club

2.2. Prioritise cricket nets as the next big project for the club

  • 2 new four-piece balls and 2 new two-piece balls per fortnight, plus 25 good quality used balls and 20 used balls for throwdowns and fielding each training session
  • Grants sourced and new training and playing equipment purchased
  • Grants and sponsors sourced for new cricket nets
  • New cricket nets installed
3. A social club
3.1. Maintain regular club social events3.2. Maintain regular Thursday night meals and team announcements

3.3. Ensure consistent communication online and in the community

3.4. Improve the layout of the website, including more club history

  • 8x club events and 2x public events
  • Fortnightly Thursday night meals and team announcements
  • Regular real estate sign boards, website articles, newsletters and Facebook posts
  • Updated website layout with greater emphasis on club history
  • 8x club events and 2x public events
4. Great governance
4.1. Review the Constitution to better serve club members4.2. Develop a Sponsorship Plan to build sponsorship income

4.3. Ensure membership and match fees cover all standard cricket costs (Council fees, association fees, insurance, etc.)

4.4. Develop a plan to increase women’s participation at the club

  • Constitution is reviewed with suggested changes to be considered at the 2017 AGM
  • Sponsorship Plan approved by the Committee
  • Income from membership and match fees is greater than standard cricket costs
  • Women’s Engagement Plan approved by the Committee
  • $20,000 annual Sponsorship income
  • $72,000 club savings
  • A women’s cricket team