sACA COntACt inFORMAtiOn Address: South Australian Cricket Association Inc Adelaide Oval, North Adelaide SA 5006 Website www.cricketsa.com.au The ASheS Office Hours Reception Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Membership Services Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Match Office Gate opening to close of play AuSTRALIA vS eNgLANd COntACt detAils: SINce 1882 Membership services Telephone 08 8300 3232 SAcA MeMBeR Fax 08 8231 4346 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Customer service Office, Administration and hANdBOOK Marketing Telephone 08 8300 3800 Fax 08 8231 4346 2010–11 Email email@example.com Adelaide Oval Function Centre (dining room bookings) Telephone 08 8300 3833 Fax 08 8231 0599 Email firstname.lastname@example.org indoor Cricket Centre bookings Telephone 08 8300 3804 08 8300 3819 (after hours) Fax 08 8231 8003 Email email@example.com intROdUCtiOn This Handbook has been compiled to set out arrangements concerning members’ use of the facilities at the Adelaide Oval and other member privileges, so that all can obtain the maximum benefit from their membership. Members are requested to read the Handbook so that they better understand the rights and obligations of their membership. All information contained in this Handbook is current and all necessary steps have been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information as at the date of printing, but may be changed at any time. Changes that occur will be published on the SACA website Member Updates page. This Handbook is produced in conjunction with the SACA and Members’ Rights and Obligations (the booklet), which sets out the rights and obligations of the Association and its members (including classes of members), as prescribed by the Constitution, Membership By-Laws, Prescribed Standards and Member Conduct Terms of Reference of the Association. The booklet is included in the last section of this Handbook. This Handbook refers in a number of places to the Rules, By-laws or Prescribed Standards of the Association, so as to provide guidance to members of the ways in which they apply. However, please note that not all Rules, By-laws or Prescribed Standards are referenced – please refer to the Booklet for the full text (or access details) for each of these documents. For the purposes of this Handbook, a reference to a SACA Official shall include: • any member of the Board of Management; • the Chief Executive; • any other SACA employee; • any other person who provides security services to or for the SACA; • any official or employee of or any other person who provides security services to or for any hirer of the Adelaide Oval; and • any other person to whom the Board of Management and/ or the Chief Executive has delegated authority. The Association makes no representation that a seat in the enclosure will be available for every Member or Transferable Associate cardholder. Seating within the enclosure may not be reserved for persons who have not yet arrived at the ground and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. the contents of this Handbook were ratified in accordance with a resolution of the south Australian Cricket Association incorporated at a Board of Management meeting held Monday 28 June 2010. www.cricketsa.com.au COntent MeMBeR GRAndstAnd MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns And stAndARds Account Code 1 Absentee Membership 1 Behaviour 1 seAsOn GAMe dAY seRViCes And FACilities Bradman Collection Museum 2 The 2010-11 season will be without doubt one filled with Car Parking 2 Change Of Contact Details 3 anticipation, excitement and wonderful experiences, with Children 3 an array of new and expanded facilities for all members to Conditions Of Entry – Adelaide Oval 3 Death Of A Member 4 enjoy, coupled with the ever popular Ashes test match in Disabled Parking 5 December. Disabled Seating 5 Emails 5 Information relating to the Member grandstand and game Entrance Fee 5 Function Centre 5 day attendance will be posted on the SACA website when Indoor Centre 5 available and information outlining game day services, Late Fee 6 facilities and conditions will be forwarded to all members Long Serving Members 6 Lost Cards 6 prior to the test match. Member Guest Passes For Visitors 6 Membership Services Offices 7 Misuse Of Membership Cards 7 Mobile Phone Usage 7 New Members 7 On-Selling Of Membership Cards 8 Parenting Room 8 Private Hire 8 Publications 8 Queuing 8 Reserved Seat Sticker Policy 9 Seat Saving 10 Signature Checks 10 Stolen Cards 10 Subscriptions 10 Supervision Of Children 10 Tours 11 Transferable Associate Cards 11 Under-Age Drinking 11 Umbrellas 12 Wait List 12 Website 12 Wheelchair Spaces 12 DRESS REGULATIONS 13 Male Dress Regulations 13 Female Dress Regulations 14 Male And Female Footwear 15 Hats 15 Children 15 Queries 16 seAsOn GAMe dAY inFORMAtiOn Ground Configuration 17 Vodafone Ashes Test Match 18 Commonwealth Bank Series 19 Tour Match 20 KFC International Twenty20 Match 21 COntACt inFORMAtiOn – inteRstAte AssOCiAtiOns Reciprocity at interstate and overseas grounds 25 Melbourne Cricket Ground 26 Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust 27 The Brisbane Cricket Ground – The Gabba 28 Western Australian Cricket Association - WACA 28 Tasmanian Cricket Association - Bellerive Oval 29 All necessary steps have been taken to ensure the Reciprocity at SACA - Adelaide Oval 30 accuracy of the information contained in this Handbook. sACA And MeMBeRs’ RiGHts And OBliGAtiOns some details may change however. these will be included in the Long Boundary and posted on the sACA website. www.cricketsa.com.au MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns And stAndARds MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns ACCOUnt COde All staff serving in bars and outlets selling alcoholic And stAndARds Every membership record is allocated a unique number beverages will refuse to serve alcoholic drinks to anyone which is called the account code. This appears on all who is deemed to be intoxicated. correspondence to members, just above the name and Members are entirely responsible for the behaviour of address details. their Transferable Associate cardholders and guests. If ABsentee MeMBeRsHiP a member acts in a manner prejudicial to the interests of the Association with behaviour that is unbecoming or Members absent from South Australia for more than offensive, they may have their membership suspended, 12 months from 1 September 2010 may apply for their privileges restricted, or may be expelled from the absentee membership. A yearly fee of $50 applies. Association. Payment should accompany application. Application is made one year at a time and documentation proving If members wish to listen to a radio or other electronic interstate/overseas residence must accompany application. device in the venue, it should be used with an ear piece so that the noise will not be offensive to others or distract Details and conditions apply and are listed on the back players. Standing or sitting in aisles or on stairways is not of the absentee application form available from the SACA permitted due to safety regulations. website: www.cricketsa.com.au. Application forms will SACA By-Law 15 and Prescribed Standards 1, 10 and 11 be forwarded on request by contacting the Membership Services Office. No membership card is issued while a BRAdMAn COlleCtiOn MUseUM member is absent, therefore no access is available to the Situated in the rear of the Bradman Stand, adjacent to Adelaide Oval members’ enclosure (the enclosure). the Phil Ridings Gates and accessed via the Reception offices. The collection is open weekdays 9.30am to The option to purchase a Transferable Associate card 4.30pm and during all cricket matches. Entry is is not available whilst a membership is deemed to be free, however, on match days visitors must have the ‘absentee membership’. Ensure that the SACA has an up- appropriate ground entry ticket. to-date postal address at all times. Subscription renewal forms are automatically forwarded at the completion of CAR PARKinG each season. The Adelaide City Council controls the parking around Note: A member is eligible for absentee membership only after the Adelaide Oval and there is no provision for parking for entrance fee and first year’s subscription has been paid, regardless members other than normal public parking. Entrance fees of residential status. are set by the Council at the start of each season. SACA By-Law 7 SACA members and the public alike are charged for BeHAViOUR entry. For international games, the south car park is Members and guests are requested to show consideration closed, with the exception of disabled parking. Pinky Flat to others by limiting movement whilst a match is in car park located between War Memorial Drive and the progress. This is particularly important during an over at a River Torrens will also be operating. Car parks and park cricket match. Members and guests should remain seated lands policy prescribe that car parks may be subject to until an over has been completed or, alternatively, wait closure as a result of wet weather conditions. until an over is completed before returning to their seat. Members and guests are expected to respect others in the vicinity and bad language, offensive remarks, intoxication and/or bad behaviour will result in confiscation of their membership card and ejection from the ground. 1 2 www.cricketsa.com.au CHAnGe OF COntACt detAils • Bicycles To enable Membership Services to keep members fully • Pets MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns informed with up-to-date publications, it is important we • Any item which could reasonably be deemed to are notified of changes to your personal contact details. cause public nuisance or offence to any user of the And stAndARds They are not taken over the telephone, but should be sent venue either by email, via the website, faxed or forwarded in • Flag poles over one metre in length writing. Clearly state your name, old address, new address • Non-SACA-approved cup holders. and any changed contact details. Musical instruments will be permitted at the discretion of CHildRen venue management Prescribed Standards 1 and 3 Members’ own children or grandchildren nine years of age and under are admitted to the enclosure with the member. Members should also refer to Cricket Australia’s Once a member’s child has turned 10 years of age, they conditions of entry to the venue which are included on can gain entry only on their own Junior membership, on the SACA website: www.cricketsa.com.au. a Transferable Associate card or on a member guest pass Prescribed Standard 4 (when available). All children 10 years and over must abide Members are advised they are entering licensed premises by the adult dress standards. and are therefore required to comply with the following liquor licensing laws: Parents are responsible for the movements and behaviour • Intoxicated persons will not be permitted to enter of their children within the enclosure. • Persons in possession of liquor will not be permitted to Persons using a Transferable Associate card do not have the enter right to bring their children into the enclosure on their card. • Intoxicated persons will be removed from the premises • It is an offence for minors to purchase and/or consume The Board recommends that members with children place liquor their names on the wait list for future membership. • It is an offence to purchase liquor for, or supply liquor to, minors COnditiOns OF entRY – AdelAide OVAl • Persons supplying liquor to minors will be reported to The following items may not be brought into the venue: the police and penalties apply under legislation. • Alcohol NOTE: 24-hour closed circuit television surveillance operates • Cans and glass containers (including all bottles that throughout the venue. have previously been opened) • Illicit drugs Bag searches are conducted on entry and intoxicated members will be refused entry. Members who refuse to • Hard eskies of any size/type (including foam eskies) comply with the conditions of entry will not be permitted • Inflatable items including beach balls and any entry fees will not be refunded. • Balls, including but not limited to tennis, cricket or Prescribed Standards 1, 3 and 4 footballs deAtH OF A MeMBeR • Weapons, guns and knives (or any other object that could be used as a weapon) The widow or widower of an elected member of any • Signs/banners/clothing or any other items displaying class may become a member of the Association upon commercial, political, religious or offensive messages submitting a written application and meeting subscription or logos requirements. Membership can only be transferred to • Signs/banners/clothing or any other item intended for a surviving spouse and on the death of the spouse, the the engagement of ambush marketing membership ceases. • Professional standard still/video cameras and SACA By-Law 2(g) recording devices • Shade cover structures • Umbrellas 3 4 www.cricketsa.com.au disABled PARKinG lAte Fee Six signposted handicapped parking bays are available A fee of $35 applies for all annual subscription payments MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns adjacent to the Phil Ridings entrance in the south car park or entrance fees received after the due date. off War Memorial Drive. These numbers are increased for SACA By-Law 9A And stAndARds most international cricket matches. lOnG seRVinG MeMBeRs Eleven spaces are set aside specifically for handicapped For the past five seasons, special privileges have been parking to the west of the Clarrie Grimmett Gates in the implemented for long-standing members who have north car park. had 50 years or more of continuous membership at the SACA. Members will be contacted in October 2010 disABled seAtinG about this season’s arrangements. A section of seating for persons with impaired mobility will be set aside in the lower level of the Sir Donald Bradman lOst CARds Stand and booking details can be obtained by contacting Notify Membership Services without delay to enable the Membership Services. cancellation of the original card so that it can no longer be accepted at the turnstiles. A replacement fee of $38 eMAils per card applies. To receive information via email, keep Membership Services advised of any changes to your email address. MeMBeR GUest PAsses FOR VisitORs Regular email contact with information such as game Full, Country, Junior, Honorary Life, Honorary and Life day reminders, information and scores, cricket events, members are eligible to bring up to five guests into the Redbacks and Scorpions team information, and general members enclosure during the following matches: Days 4 cricket and membership news will continue throughout the and 5 of the Vodafone Ashes Test match, KFC Twenty20 season. Big Bash (excluding Finals), One Day Domestic Cup and Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield series. entRAnCe Fee Once an applicant has reached the top of the membership Member guest passes for days 4 and 5 of the Test match wait list and membership of the Association is offered, the can be purchased on the day of the game from the south payment of a once-only entrance fee is required. The fee gate temporary Membership Enquiries office. Cost in is paid in addition to the annual subscription as set by the addition to General Admission price is $10 adult, $5 Board of Management. child (aged 5–17 years) and child aged under five, no SACA By-Law 2(b) cost. FUnCtiOn CentRe If days 4 or 5 of the Test match are sold out, member A member may arrange, through the catering sales guest passes will be available for purchase by a member, co-ordinator, to use the oval facilities for indoor or outdoor only for those guests who hold a pre-purchased general functions. Contact details in SACA contact information on admission ticket. Member guest passes are not available the back cover of this handbook. for purchase by Transferable Associate cardholders. indOOR CentRe For season 2010–11, the fee for bringing guests into the The indoor nets at the oval can be hired by a member, enclosure during Sheffield Shield matches will be waived. non-member, club or school. School vacation classes and The guest accompanies the member into the enclosure. coaching on an individual or group basis are available for Member guest passes are not available for the the prescribed fee. Telephone (08) 8300 3804 or Commonwealth Bank Series or for the first three days of (08) 8300 3819 after hours for further information. the Vodafone Ashes Test match. 5 6 www.cricketsa.com.au MeMBeRsHiP seRViCes OFFiCes On-sellinG OF MeMBeRsHiP CARds SACA’s Reception and Membership Services offices are Members are advised that the sale of any membership MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns located at the rear of the Sir Donald Bradman Stand, card to any event through public auction sites is strictly adjacent to the Phil Ridings Gates (south). The offices are prohibited. Any member found in breach of SACA by-laws And stAndARds open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and during in this respect can expect to face disciplinary action. match days at the oval. SACA By-Law 5 and Rule 12 For international games, a temporary Membership PARentinG ROOM Enquiries office will be operating from the ticket office A parenting room is located at the south end of the new located by the Phil Ridings Gates (south). This will enable western grandstand. The room has baby change tables, members to purchase Transferable Associate cards, report cubicles with chairs for breastfeeding, toilets and a lost or stolen cards and pay late subscriptions on the day microwave. The facilities are for the exclusive use of those of the game. members tending to the needs of a child. MisUse OF MeMBeRsHiP CARds PRiVAte HiRe Under no circumstances is a member’s card to be used Membership of the SACA entitles free entry to the ground by any other person than the member. Membership of and members’ enclosure for all cricket (both international the SACA has always been highly prized and any abuse and domestic) and all SANFL football games throughout of entitlements is therefore regarded seriously. Random the season. It does not cover private hire of the Adelaide signature checks may operate during any game. Oval by outside parties, that is, for rugby, soccer, concerts or other events. However, in most instances the SACA Member cards are strictly non-transferable and lending a will endeavour to negotiate on members’ behalf for member card will result in suspension or cancellation of transferable benefits such as discounts and/or priority membership in accordance with Rule 27 of the Constitution. booking. It is the member’s responsibility to ensure their card is secure at all times and not open to any misuse. PUBliCAtiOns Members are entirely responsible for the behaviour of their The SACA members’ magazine, Long Boundary, is Transferable Associate cardholders and guests. published regularly throughout the cricket season and the SACA By-Law 15(a) & 15(b) & 15(c) and SACA Annual Report is released in September. The SACA Prescribed Standards 1 and 2 website: www.cricketsa.com.au remains the best source of MOBile PHOne UsAGe information about SACA membership, Adelaide Oval and cricket in South Australia and is updated daily. The use of mobile telephones is distracting and potentially offensive to members in the vicinity. The SACA asks that QUeUinG members be discreet and considerate of others and limit Members, Transferable Associate cardholders and guests their use to the bare minimum whilst seated in stands, queuing for entry must do so in person. Staff will remove any during play. items left to hold places in the queue. Members observing Prescribed Standards 1 and 8 any queue jumping should report the matter to staff. neW MeMBeRs Prescribed Standards 1 and 9 The Board of Management determine intake numbers in June and invitations for membership are dispatched in August. 7 8 www.cricketsa.com.au ReseRVed seAt stiCKeR POliCY seAt sAVinG SACA makes no representation whatsoever that a seat Seats cannot be saved for late arrivals. If you observe MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns in the enclosure will be available for every member or this, please do not take up the matter yourself, but report Transferable Associate cardholder. Members are required it to the nearest staff member. And stAndARds to comply with the conditions as set out on the reserved seat sticker (as amended from time to time). Members must Once a seat has been occupied it may, of course, be not use a reserved seat sticker to save a seat for another reserved temporarily while patrons are absent from their person, or obstruct or interfere with a seat, whether by seat for reasonable purposes to access ground amenities. placement of objects, such as coats, rugs and other items or the use of a person’s body to save a seat. Seating is It is not practicable to have staff on hand in all areas available on a first-come, first-served basis. throughout the enclosure to police this regulation, so we ask that you and your guests observe the spirit of fair play. Reserved seat stickers are distributed each day of the Prescribed Standards 1, 7 and 9 Vodafone Ashes Test match and the Commonwealth Bank Series game played on Australia Day. The stickers were siGnAtURe CHeCKs introduced to provide a means for members to reserve Random signature checks will be conducted throughout their own seat whilst accessing facilities at the ground prior the season. If discrepancies are found, members will be to commencement of play and during the main break. asked to explain and any misuse will result in suspension However, a small number of members continue to save of membership. seats for family and friends who arrive at the ground much SACA By-Law 15(a) & 15(b) & 15(c) later and then claim a seat, generally in a prime location. Prescribed Standards 1 and 2 In doing so, no consideration is shown to fellow members who have made the effort to arrive early to claim a seat. stOlen CARds The theft of a membership card must be reported either The reserve times are: verbally or in writing by the member. A replacement card • From gate opening to start of play will be issued free of charge on submission of a police • Commencement of main break for one hour. report number. The original card will be cancelled and The one hour at the main breaks allows for delays in will no longer be accepted at the turnstiles. accessing facilities, should any occur. sUBsCRiPtiOns Outside of the reserve times, seats cannot be reserved Annual fees are set in June of each year by the Board of and will be open for other members to claim. Ushers and Management, with subscription renewal forms forwarded Membership Services staff will continue to closely monitor key locations where abuse is still occurring. in August prior to the start of the season on 1 September, and are payable in advance. On 31 October all Always remember to return to your seat before the memberships in arrears will result in their removal from one–hour break expires. SACA officials are authorised the SACA membership list. to remove reserved seat stickers from seats once it has SACA By-Law 13 passed. sUPeRVisiOn OF CHildRen During play, members may leave their seat for very short periods to use ground amenities and it is recommended Parents/guardians have a responsibility to control that they advise the usher when exiting the stand. Members the movement and behaviour of their children within are requested to never remove reserved seat stickers the enclosure, to ensure that the enjoyment of fellow themselves, but always approach the usher first as they members is not impaired. have been authorised by SACA to remove stickers from vacant seats. In consideration of fellow members, the SACA requests that all cardholders abide by these conditions as abuse can result in suspension and/or loss of membership. SACA By-Law 15(a) & 15(b) & (c) and Prescribed Standard 7(a) & 7(b) 9 10 www.cricketsa.com.au tOURs UMBRellAs Tours are open to both the public and members and give Umbrellas may not be bought into the Adelaide Oval. MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns an insight into the history of the SACA and Adelaide Oval. See conditions of entry – Adelaide Oval, on page 3. Tours are held weekdays all year round, with the exception Prescribed Standards 1 and 9 And stAndARds of game days and public holidays. WAit list Tours currently depart at 10am from the Membership The Board of Management recommends that members Services office located at the rear of the Sir Donald with children place their name on the wait list for future Bradman stand adjacent to the Phil Ridings Gates (south). membership. Any person wishing to become a member During the cricket season (October to March), tours are also must submit a written application on the appropriate held in the afternoon on Tuesday and Thursdays at 2pm. form. An application for membership may be lodged at Group Tours are a great excursion idea for your group or any time irrespective of the age of the applicant. A fee of school – minimum of 10 people – please phone SACA on $35 applies for each application form lodged. A letter of 8300 3800 to book. At least four weeks’ notice is needed. acknowledgement giving a wait list reference number will Adults $10, children and concession $5 and SACA be posted within a few days of the receipt of the form. members are free on presentation of current member card. No-one can become a Junior member until he/she has tRAnsFeRABle AssOCiAte CARds reached the age of 10 years; however, he/she may be placed on the wait list at any age. Forms are available on The option to purchase a Transferable Associate Card request or downloaded from the SACA website. (TAC) is offered to the member each year at time of renewal. It is the member’s responsibility to inform the WeBsite person using their TAC of dress and behaviour standards. The SACA website at www.cricketsa.com.au contains A Transferable Associate Card gives the bearer right of information relevant to all aspects of membership admission to the Adelaide Oval and enclosure for all (including publications) and is continually kept up to date cricket games. Persons holding a TAC have no privileges with the latest member information. Click on the calendar other than right of admission to the oval. They cannot of events for up-to-date match day information. bring in their own children on their card, purchase a Any changes that may occur to any information contained member guest pass, receive reciprocal privileges interstate, in this handbook will be published on the SACA website or vote. Member Updates page. No member shall sell or knowingly permit the sale of any TAC issued to them. WHeelCHAiR sPACes SACA By-Law 5 Wheelchair spaces are located throughout the new western Prescribed Standards 1 and 2 grandstand and lower level of the Sir Donald Bradman UndeR-AGe dRinKinG Stand and booking details can be obtained by contacting The Liquor Licensing branch of the SA Police have Membership Services. Additional wheelchair spaces and numerous plain clothes officers attending all games at the carers’ seats are located at the back of the perimeter Adelaide Oval. Any person observed drinking whilst under seating in front of the new stand and will be left open for age will be apprehended and their membership card members to use on the day. confiscated. The SACA has zero tolerance for this type of behaviour and membership will be suspended. SACA By-Law 15(a) & 15(b) & 15(c) 11 12 www.cricketsa.com.au dRess ReGUlAtiOns MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns The SACA requires that a reasonable standard of dress in a FeMAle dRess ReGUlAtiOns manner consistent with the prestige of belonging to a major ACCePtABle: And stAndARds sporting venue is maintained when attending the Adelaide Oval members enclosure. • Neat casual attire Dress standards will be strictly enforced by game day staff • Shorts must be of dress or walk style; jeans and denim throughout the season. are acceptable • Officially licensed replica one day international shirt Members are reminded that dress regulations are to be (Australia and competing teams) observed at all times and are obliged to advise their • Dresses, skirts and shorts must be a minimum of mid- guests in advance of appropriate dress standards to avoid thigh length embarrassment at gate entry. • Dresses, blouses and T-shirts may be sleeveless The minimum standard dress to enter the enclosure is neat • Dress (all styles, including strapless) skirts or dress slacks casual. Males 10 years and over must wear a collared shirt, worn with modest blouse or top irrespective whether or not a jacket or sweater is being worn • Footless tights are acceptable only if appropriate length over the shirt. This continues to be the major reason for male dress or skirt is worn over the top members and guests being refused admission, so please inform • Dress shorts, trousers, jeans, denim, camouflage your guests of this requirement. patterned or cargo pants. MAle dRess ReGUlAtiOns UnACCePtABle: ACCePtABle: • Brief or revealing tops that show bare midriff • Neat casual attire • Micro mini-length shorts, skirts or dresses • A collared shirt must be worn by males (from 10 years of age) • Brief shorts (football or athletic), boxer or board shorts irrespective of whether or not a jacket or sweater is being • Ripped, frayed or torn clothing – regardless of current worn over the shirt fashion trends • Mandarin or grandpa collars • Leggings or track suit pants • National costumes and religious requirements • Bathers, bikinis or similar beach wear such as a clerical collar are acceptable. • Unclean clothing or clothing with obscene or offensive acceptable • Officially licensed replica one day international messages. shirt (Australia and competing teams) • Dress shorts, trousers, jeans, denim, camouflage patterned or cargo pants. UnACCePtABle: • Shirts without a collar • Shirts not supported by a collar, including crew neck shirts (skivvies accepted) • T-shirts, singlets or tank tops • Ripped, frayed or torn clothing – regardless of current fashion trends • Football, running, athletic, bike and tennis shorts (except by athletes or coaching staff and officials involved in the day’s events) • Boxer, Hawaiian style or board shorts • Track suit pants • Work overalls • Beachwear • Unclean clothing or clothing with obscene or offensive messages. 13 14 www.cricketsa.com.au MAle And FeMAle FOOtWeAR Children must be under the supervision and control of an adult at all times. ACCePtABle: MeMBeRsHiP COnditiOns Prescribed Standard 6 • Enclosed shoes, open toe dress sandals, sandals, masseur or leather slip-ons QUeRies And stAndARds • Sneaker type shoes are permitted provided they are If a member has any concerns with regard to any aspect clean and in good condition of the dress regulations, or is unsure as to whether • ‘Birkenstocks’ and ‘crocs’. an item of clothing is acceptable, please contact Membership Services prior to the visit: UnACCePtABle: Membership Services: • Rubber thongs (both flat and with a heel) • Dilapidated footwear Opening hours 9am to 5pm weekdays • Gumboots, moccasins, slippers or ugg boots Telephone (08) 8300 3232 • Bare feet. Email firstname.lastname@example.org HAts UnACCePtABle • Novelty hats or sombreros sACA MAnAGeMent ReseRVes tHe RiGHt • Hats that may block other patrons’ view. FOR AnY sACA OFFiCiAl tO ReFUse entRY CHildRen tO OR eJeCt AnY MeMBeR OR GUest WHO is Children aged 10 years and over are required to comply COnsideRed, At tHe COMPlete disCRetiOn OF with the adult dress standards including wearing a collared tHe sACA OFFiCiAl, tO Be UnsUitABlY AttiRed. UNacceptable shirt by boys. All ages – clothing must be clean and tidy. Tshirt Singlet Sports shorts Sneakers in bad condition T-shirt Board Shorts worn with Sombrero collared Rubber jacket thongs Torn jeans Singlet Trackpants Brief attire Bare midriff Frayed & micro shorts Ugg boots 15 Trackpants 16 www.cricketsa.com.au seAsOn GAMe dAY VOdAFOne AsHes test MAtCH inFORMAtiOn AUstRAliA V enGlAnd – 2nd test FRidAY 3 deCeMBeR 2010 tO tUesdAY 7 deCeMBeR 2010 North and Pinky Opens 6am – Run by Adelaide All necessary steps are taken to ensure the accuracy Flat car parks: City Council – Cost of $15 per car. of the information contained in this section. South car park: Unavailable for parking, with the some details may change, however. exception of disabled parking. these will be included in the Long Boundary and Gates open: 8am posted on the members’ update page on the Game start: 10.30am sACA website. Lunch break: 12.30pm to 1.10pm Tea break: 3.10pm to 3.30pm Finish: 5.30pm GROUnd COnFiGURAtiOn Members’ enclosure The members’ enclosure (the enclosure) for international New western grandstand and Bradman stand. games will be the new western grandstand. The Sir Donald Member entry gates Bradman stand will be part of the members’ enclosure for Clarrie Grimmett Gates (north) Phil Ridings Gates (south). seAsOn GAMe dAY inFORMAtiOn the Vodafone Ashes Test Match and will return to general admission are for all other matches. Reserved seat stickers One sticker per person distributed at gates on entry. Member entrances are the Clarrie Grimmett Gates (north) Prescribed Standard 7 and the Phil Ridings Gates (south). A cross-over gate will operate during all games. Members can also enter via the Member guest passes Victor Richardson Gates (east) into the general admission Available on days 4 and 5. area and gain admittance into the members’ enclosure via Purchased on the day of the game from the South Gate a cross-over gate. Membership Enquiries office. Cost in addition to General Admission price is $10 adult, $5 child (under 18 years of age). Reciprocity Please refer to Available to interstate and overseas members on day 4 www.cricketsa.com.au and day 5 only. for up to date game day information $80 per ticket, maximum of two. Strict limit of 100 tickets available for each day. Applications accepted from 1 July 2010 onwards. Contact Membership Services or download form from the website: www.cricketsa.com.au or purchase on day of the game from the South Gate Membership office. dining Members’ dining room in new western grandstand. Gate Membership office For all game day entry membership issues and enquiries, go to the South Gate Membership Enquiries Office (Phil Ridings Gates). Membership services and Match day offices Operating from gate opening to close of play. 17 18 www.cricketsa.com.au COMMOnWeAltH BAnK seRies tOUR MAtCH Australia v england – day/night Redbacks v england thursday 11 november to saturday 13 november Wednesday 26 January 2011– 3rd One day 2010 international Car park open: 8.30am North and Pinky Open 8am – Run by Adelaide Flat car parks: City Council – Cost of $15 per car. Gates open: 9.00am (tbc) South car park: Unavailable for parking, with the Game start: 10.30am (tbc) exception of disabled parking. Gates open: 12 noon Innings break: 12.30pm to 1.10pm Game start: 1.50pm Finish: 5.30pm Innings break: 5.15pm to 6pm Members’ enclosure Finish: 9.30pm New western grandstand Members’ enclosure New western grandstand. Member entry gates Clarrie Grimmett Gates (north) and Phil Ridings Gates Member entry gates (south) and via cross-over gate. Clarrie Grimmett Gates (north) Phil Ridings Gates (south). Member guest passes seAsOn GAMe dAY inFORMAtiOn Reserved seat stickers Available. One sticker per person distributed at gates on entry. Reciprocity Prescribed Standard 7 Available to interstate and overseas members with admission Member guest passes to members’ enclosure on payment of ground fee. Not available. Reciprocity Not available. dining Members’ dining room in new western grandstand. Gate Membership office For all game day entry membership issues and enquiries, go to the South Gate Membership Enquiries Office (Phil Ridings Gates). Membership services and Match day offices Operating from gate opening to close of play. 19 20 www.cricketsa.com.au KFC inteRnAtiOnAl tWentY20 MAtCH Australia v england Wednesday 12 January 2011 Car park open: 4.45pm Gates open: 1.30pm Game start: Women: 2.00pm Men: 7.05pm Innings: Scheduled for 1 hour 15 minutes duration with 15 minutes innings break. Finish: 9.30pm Members’ enclosure New western grandstand. Member guest passes On purchase of General Admission ticket, member guest pass $10 adult, $5 child (under 18 years of age). Maximum of five guests per member. seAsOn GAMe dAY inFORMAtiOn Reciprocity Available to interstate and overseas members with admission to members’ enclosure on payment of ground fee. nOte: Car parks surrounding Adelaide Oval are administered by the Adelaide City Council. Car parks and park lands policy prescribes that car parks may be subject to closure as a result of wet weather conditions. 21 22 www.cricketsa.com.au COntACt inFORMAtiOn – inteRstAte AssOCiAtiOns MelBOURne CRiCKet ClUB – MCG Yarra Park JOLIMONT VIC PO Box 175 EAST MELBOURNE VIC 8002 Phone: (03) 9657 8888 Fax: (03) 9650 5682 Email: email@example.com Website: www.mcc.org.au sYdneY CRiCKet And sPORts GROUnd tRUst – sCG Venue Services Office – Main Entry Aussie Stadium Driver Avenue PADDINGTON NSW GPO Box 150 Sydney NSW 2001 Phone: (02) 9360 6601 or 1800 801 155 Fax: (02) 9380 0398 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sydneycricketground.com.au tHe BRisBAne CRiCKet GROUnd – GABBA Gate 7 Vulture Street WOOLLOONGABBA QLD PO Box 1085 Coorparoo DC QLD 4151 Phone: (07) 3008 6166 Fax: (07) 3393 0298 Email: email@example.com Website: www.thegabba.org.au inteRstAte AssOCiAtiOns WesteRn AUstRAliAn CRiCKet AssOCiAtiOn – WACA Nelson Crescent EAST PERTH WA PO Box 6045 East Perth WA 6892 Phone: (08) 9265 7271 Fax: (08) 9265 7392 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.waca.com.au 23 24 www.cricketsa.com.au tAsMAniAn CRiCKet AssOCiAtiOn – MelBOURne CRiCKet GROUnd BelleRiVe Vodafone Ashes test match Derwent Street • Admission to the members’ reserve on payment of ground BELLERIVE TAS fee – not applicable to the first three day’s of the test. PO Box 495 • Day 4 and day 5 only. Rosny Park Tasmania 7018 • Entitled to purchase one Visitor Ticket. Phone: (03) 6282 0421 • Access to unreserved seating on Levels 1 and 4 only. Fax: (03) 6244 3924 Commonwealth Bank series Email: email@example.com • Admission to the members reserve on payment of ground fee. Website: www.tascricket.com.au KFC international twenty20 Matches ReCiPROCitY At inteRstAte And • No reciprocal entitlement. OVeRseAs GROUnds Weet-Bix sheffield shield • Free admission to the members’ reserve – all seating. • One Long Room Pass. All necessary steps are taken to ensure the accuracy of • Entitled to purchase four Visitor Tickets. the information contained in this section. some details • Visitors can obtain Long Room and Balcony passes if may change, however. these will be included in the available (subject to dress). Long Boundary and posted on the sACA website. One day domestic Cup • Free admission to the ground. The SACA has an affiliation with the Melbourne Cricket • Free admission to the members’ reserve – all seating. Club, Sydney Cricket Ground Trust, Brisbane Cricket Ground • One Long Room Pass. (GABBA), Tasmanian Cricket Association and the Western • Entitled to purchase four Visitor Tickets. Australian Cricket Association. Reciprocal privileges exist for SACA members for certain games at the discretion of each • Visitors can obtain Long Room and Balcony passes if available (subject to dress). individual ground authority. KFC twenty20 Big Bash Details are provided over the following pages; however, we • Free admission to the ground. encourage members to contact the Associations directly to • Free admission to the members’ reserve – all seating. obtain further information. Any updated information will be • One Long Room Pass. posted on the reciprocity page of the www.cricketsa.com.au website as soon as it is obtained. SACA members who live • Entitled to purchase four Visitor Tickets. in the same state as the ground to which entry is required • Visitors can obtain Long Room and Balcony passes if have no entitlements to reciprocal privileges. Reciprocal available (subject to dress). arrangements are intended to mean that the benefits apply Australian Football league to casual visitors and not permanent residents of a particular • Admission to the members reserve on payment of state or country. ground fee. • A member may also purchase one Visitor Ticket. inteRstAte AssOCiAtiOns Visiting members must respect that the ground authority has a • If a member wishes to introduce more than one guest requirement to preserve the comfort for their own members in and/or additional family members, MCG staff are the first instance. not in a position to arrange ticketing for them in the members’ reserve, which will result in the extra guests Overseas Associations may at their own discretion extend obtaining public ticketing at the gate and sitting in the some form of privilege upon production of a letter of public area. introduction that can be obtained by contacting Membership • Reciprocity includes all Category A “Blockbuster” Services. games. Reciprocal members wishing to obtain tickets for these matches need do so in advance by filling out A membership card as well as proof of identity and the pre-purchase application form. Tickets may not residential status, either drivers’ licence or passport, is be available for purchase on the match day for these required in all instances. Strict dress regulations and matches. guidelines apply at all grounds. 25 26 www.cricketsa.com.au A Pre-purchase Application Form can be found under the tHe BRisBAne CRiCKet GROUnd – tHe GABBA Reciprocity section of the www.cricketsa.com.au website Vodafone Ashes test match and must be lodged with the MCC prior to attendance – limited numbers of tickets are available for each match. • Admission to the members’ area on payment of ground fee. • Day 4 and day 5 only. note: Occasionally in the expectation of huge crowds, Commonwealth Bank series the right of MCC members to introduce visitors will be withdrawn. On such days visiting members will not be • Admission to the members’ area on payment of ground fee. permitted to introduce a guest. Weet-Bix sheffield shield Sale of tickets is strictly subject to members producing their • Free admission to the ground. membership card and identification confirming their residence • Free admission to the members’ area. outside Victoria. Tickets will not be sold to members who only produce their One day domestic Cup membership card. • Free admission to the ground. No reciprocity exists for SACA Junior members, Honorary • Free admission to the members’ area. Complimentary cardholders or Transferable Associate KFC twenty20 Big Bash cardholders. • Admission to the members’ area on payment of ground fee. No reciprocity exists with Etihad Stadium. Australian Football league Not available for AFL finals, major soccer and rugby games. • Admission to the members’ area on payment of ground fee. sYdneY CRiCKet And sPORts GROUnd tRUst Not available for AFL finals, major soccer and rugby games. Vodafone Ashes test match Reciprocity is extended for visiting members only, with no • Admission to members’ reserve on payment of ground fee more than three matches in any one-membership year. • Day 4 and day 5 only. Members are required to complete the reciprocal rights Commonwealth Bank series book at the Gate 5 Match Office in Vulture Street (opposite Duke Street) from match opening time on the day of match, • No reciprocity available. showing their current membership card and proof of KFC international twenty20 match (if applicable) residential address. • No reciprocity available. WesteRn AUstRAliAn CRiCKet AssOCiAtiOn Weet-Bix sheffield shield • Free admission to the ground. – WACA • Free admission to the members’ reserve. Vodafone Ashes test match • Admission to the members’ enclosure after payment of One day domestic Cup ground fee. • Free admission to the ground. • Day 4 and day 5 only • Free admission to the members’ reserve. Commonwealth Bank series KFC twenty20 Big Bash • No reciprocal rights available. • Free admission to the ground. • Free admission to the members’ reserve. Weet-Bix sheffield shield • Admission to the members’ enclosure on payment of inteRstAte AssOCiAtiOns Australian Football league ground fee. • Admission to the members’ reserve on payment of ground fee. One day domestic Cup • Admission to the members’ enclosure on payment of Not available for AFL finals, major soccer and rugby games. ground fee. SACA members may write, fax or email their ticket request plus KFC twenty20 Big Bash a photocopy of current membership card and copy of drivers’ • Admission to the members’ enclosure on payment of licence. ground fee. tickets will only be made available for collection on the Junior members and Transferable Associate cardholders day of the event from the Match day Office on driver are admitted only if accompanied by a member. Avenue (to the left of the members’ entrance). no reciprocity exists with telstra stadium. 27 28 www.cricketsa.com.au tAsMAniAn CRiCKet AssOCiAtiOn ReCiPROCitY At sACA – AdelAide OVAl – BelleRiVe OVAl Reciprocity is available to interstate and overseas Vodafone Ashes test match association members. It is not available to guest • Admission to Members’ Pavilion on payment of ground fee. cardholders. • Transferable Associate cardholder if accompanied by the Admission to members’ enclosure member. • No additional guests can be signed in. Vodafone Ashes test match • Available on Day 4 and day 5 only. Commonwealth Bank series • $80 per ticket, limit of one member ticket and one • No reciprocity available. guest ticket. tour matches • Strict limit of 100 tickets available for each day. • Admission to Members’ Pavilion on payment of ground fee. • Admission to members’ enclosure on presentation of • Transferable Associate cardholder if accompanied by the current member card and photo ID. member. • Applications accepted from 1 July 2010 onwards. • Member may sign in one guest only. • Contact Membership Services or download form from the website: www.cricketsa.com.au or if there are tickets Weet-Bix sheffield shield left you will be able to purchase on day of the game • Admission to Members’ Pavilion on payment of ground fee. from the south gate Membership Enquiries office – • Transferable Associate cardholder if accompanied by the please phone 8300 3232 to check availability. member. Commonwealth Bank series • Member may sign in one guest only. • No reciprocity available. One day domestic Cup KFC international twenty20 • Admission to Members’ Pavilion on payment of ground fee. • Admission to members’ enclosure on payment of • Transferable Associate cardholder if accompanied by the ground fee. member. • Member may sign in one guest only. tour game • Admission to members’ enclosure on payment of KFC twenty20 Big Bash ground fee. • Admission to Members’ Pavilion on payment of ground fee. Weet-Bix sheffield shield • Transferable Associate cardholder if accompanied by the • Free admission to the members’ enclosure on member. presentation of membership card and photo ID. • Member may sign in one guest only, provided that the guest is 18 years of age or over. One day domestic Cup • Free admission to the members’ enclosure on Access to Bellerive Oval will be subject to production of presentation of membership card and photo ID. a valid membership card and identification confirming that the member’s place of residence is outside Tasmania. KFC twenty20 Big Bash Transferable Associate cardholders will be honoured • Free admission to ground and members’ enclosure on provided the holder is accompanied by the member. Upon presentation of membership card and photo ID. paying the ground admittance fee, reciprocal members inteRstAte AssOCiAtiOns and Transferable Associate cardholder, accompanied by the member, will be admitted to the ground and Members’ Pavilion. 29 30 www.cricketsa.com.au SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED SACA AND MEMBERS’ RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS Letter from the hon Ian mcLachLan ao, PresIdent of the south austraLIan crIcket assocIatIon Dear Member, In this booklet you will find copies of the SACA constituting 3. We have extended the class of persons charged with documents, which define the rights and obligations enforcing the standards (“SACA Officials”) to those between the SACA and its members. The booklet includes who have a senior role in the organisation and also the Rules of the Association, classes of membership, others who perform security roles at events run by Membership By-Laws, Prescribed Standards and Member third parties. Conduct Terms of Reference. These documents include the standards which members are expected to meet when 4. We have clearly prescribed the process whereby in attendance at Adelaide Oval, and describe the possible members alleged to have contravened the Prescribed consequences of failing to do so. Standards will be dealt with, so as to clearly define their rights in such cases. Members should note that The adoption of a number of recent changes in these a contravention may result in a fine, a reprimand, areas, by the Board of Management, follows an extensive suspension or expulsion. review of current standards and best practices in dealing with these issues. In undertaking the review, the Board These improvements will ensure that, moving forward, has examined recent instances of member behaviour and our first–class facilities will be able to be enjoyed by all the procedures adopted to deal with member behaviour. members in the best possible way. The Board has also received the advice and input of the SACA’s lawyers, Finlaysons, and Michael Abbott QC. I I would encourage you all to read these documents am confident that you will agree with me that the changes and to raise any questions that you may have with any are a considerable improvement on current practices and member of our membership services team. are in the interests of all members. I look forward to seeing you all at the cricket and our I would like to note a few of the changes: other events this season. 1. We have made abundantly clear that members will be fully responsible for the use of their Associate Tickets and for the behaviour of those who use their Associate Tickets. Yours sincerely, 2. The types of behaviour to be regulated have been extended in a number of ways, including a broad IAN McLACHLAN AO prohibition on members from engaging in behaviour deemed by the SACA to be unacceptable. PRESIDENT IntroductIon ruLes of south austraLIan crIcket assocIatIon This booklet sets out the rights and obligations as between the South Australian Cricket Association Inc (the Association) and its Members under the Association’s IncorPorated constituting documents and includes the Rules of the Association, Classes of Membership, Membership By-Laws, Prescribed Standards and Member Conduct Terms of Reference. It has been compiled to ensure that CONSTITUTION individuals are aware of their obligations as a Member To obtain a copy of the South Australian Cricket of the Association and so that all can obtain the Association Inc. Constitution, download a copy maximum benefit from their membership. from the website: www.cricketsa.com.au >SACA >SACA Constitution link Members are requested to read the booklet so that all Or, alternatively, contact Membership Services to arrange requirements are clearly understood. for a copy to be forwarded in the post. All information contained in this booklet is current and all necessary steps have been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information as at the date of printing, but may be changed at any time. SACA makes no representation that a seat in the members’ enclosure will be available for every Member or Transferable Associate cardholder. Seating within the members’ enclosure may not be reserved for persons who have not yet arrived at the ground and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The contents of the SACA and Members’ Rights and Obligations booklet, including the By-laws, Prescribed Standards and Terms of Reference, were ratified in accordance with a resolution of the South Australian Cricket Association Incorporated at a Board of Management meeting held Monday 29 June 2009. cLasses of memBershIP 4. Ladies Complimentary Transfer to widow of Honorary Member over 80 years and 65 Continuous years memberships. Receives one Honorary card and one Transferable Associate card. Honorary membership ceases upon death. honorary LIfe Nominated in recognition of outstanding service to the fuLL SACA and the advancement of cricket. Approved at the A Full member must be at least 18 years of age and live Annual General Meeting of the Association, exempt from within 80 kms of the GPO or outside Australia. Members payment of all subscriptions and have all the privileges elected before 1956 are entitled to purchase two of membership. Member receives one Honorary Life card Transferable Associate cards and members elected from and two Transferable Associate cards. The membership is 1956 are entitled to purchase one Transferable Associate transferred to widow on death with the same privileges. card. All Full members have voting rights. All Honorary Life members have voting rights. country LIfe A Country member must be at least 18 years of age and Originally paid membership for life; introduced around live more than 80 kms from the GPO by the shortest 1900 and reintroduced in the 1920s. Member receives rail or road route; or live in any other State or Territory one Life Member card and two Transferable Associate of the Commonwealth of Australia and under the rules cards. Members have full privileges and the membership of the Association, be entitled to all privileges of full is transferred to widow on death with the same privileges. membership. Country members elected before 1956 are All Life members have voting rights. entitled to purchase two Transferable Associate cards while Country members elected from 1956 are entitled to purchase one Transferable Associate card. All Country honorary (4 cLasses) members have voting rights. 1. Member over 80 years of age and with 50 years’ continuous membership JunIor This category of membership ceased in 1994 as it A Junior member must be at least 10 years of age and contravened State Age Discrimination laws. Member up to 17 years. Junior members turning 18 years of age receives one Honorary card and two Transferable during a membership year will remain in that category for Associate cards. Upon death, membership is passed the rest of the season and will transfer to Full or Country to widow who then receives one Honorary card and membership at the beginning of the following season. A one Transferable Associate card. All Honorary Over Junior member has the option to purchase a Transferable 80 years members have voting rights. Associate card. 2. 65 continuous years aBsentee memBershIP Introduced in 1995 – the Board of Management Absentee membership is granted to Members grant Honorary membership to members with 65 absent from the state of South Australia for the whole years’ continuous membership. Members eligible membership year, ie 1 September 2010 to for this category are contacted in July of each year 31 August 2011. A yearly fee applies. No membership and receive one Honorary card and two Transferable card is issued while a member is absent and the option to Associate cards. Upon death, membership is passed purchase a Transferable Associate card is not available. to widow who then receives one Honorary card and A member is eligible for Absentee membership for a one Transferable Associate card. All Honorary 65 maximum of three years at any one time and is then continuous years members have voting rights. required to pay one yearly subscription to once again become eligible for Absentee membership. 3. Services Rendered Received at the Board’s pleasure for services honorary comPLImentary cardhoLder to cricket. Honorary membership ceases upon Honorary Complimentary cards are allocated to the death. Surviving spouse may apply for immediate position and the person receives the complimentary membership with one Transferable Associate card, card only whilst they hold that position. Honorary entrance fee waived. Complimentary cards have no privileges other than right of entry to games held at the Adelaide Oval for the season or part thereof. memBershIP By-Laws (d) An Honorary Member to whom Membership has been granted pursuant to by-law 14 hereof shall be entitled on such grant to those rights and privileges set out in Rule 11 (excepting voting rights) and by-law 12 as are acquired by a Member on payment by him/her of his/her annual subscription. (e) A Junior Member must be under the age of 18 years, provided that 1. (a) The following definitions apply to these by-laws and the meaning for the Membership year during which he/she attains the age of of these defined terms shall be the same in any other by-laws, 18 years he/she shall be eligible to continue as a Junior Member rules or regulations of the Association unless otherwise provided. until the expiration of such Membership year, when he/she shall be eligible without further application to continue Membership as Amalgamation date a Full Member or Country Member (as the case may be). A Junior Means the date of the amalgamation of the Association and Member shall, upon reaching the age of 18 years and on payment SAWCA of the Full Members’ subscription, be entitled to all the privileges of Membership without payment of an additional entrance fee. Associate ticket (f) Any cricketer who has represented the State of South Australia means a transferable ticket giving the bearer presenting it the like in any first class International or Interstate Cricket Match or such right of admission to the Oval as the Member to whom it was persons as may be nominated by the Board of Management issued, subject to such terms and conditions as may be imposed by in recognition of outstanding service to cricket may become a the Board of Management from time to time. Member on compliance with the provisions of by-law 2(b), except that such applicant shall be nominated for election on the first day life Member upon which elections are held after the nomination, the entrance means a holder of Life Membership pursuant to the provisions of fee and first annual subscription have been received by the Chief the Association’s Constitution in force as at 30 June 1996. Executive. Rule (g) The widow or widower of an elected Member of any class may become a Member on compliance with the provisions of by-law means a rule of the Constitution of the Association. 2(b), except that such applicant shall be nominated for election on the first day upon which elections are held after the nomination and sAWCA first annual subscription have been received by the Chief Executive. means the South Australian Women’s Cricket Association Inc. A widow or widower elected under these provisions shall not be required to pay an entrance fee. sAWCA life Member Means a life member of the SAWCA as defined in the SAWCA (h) All SAWCA Life Members will, on and from the Amalgamation Constitution as at the Amalgamation Date. Date, be recognised for their contribution to the development of women’s cricket in South Australia by appropriate means to be (b) Terms defined in the Constitution shall have the same meaning in determined by the Board of Management. A SAWCA Life Member these By-laws, unless otherwise provided. will not have rights to be issued with Member’s Tokens or Tickets except as otherwise authorised by the Board of Management in 2. The following provisions shall apply to the respective classes of accordance with by-law 14. Members, namely: (a) Honorary Life Members and Life Members shall, during the 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding by-laws, the Board continuance of their life and Membership, have all the privileges of of Management shall have an absolute discretion to give priority Members. for election to any application made by a person residing within the State of South Australia who previously resided outside the said State Any Member nominated by the Board of Management as an and who is or was a Member of any Association which has been Honorary Life Member in consideration of any special services granted affiliation to the Association pursuant to the provisions of rendered to the Association or in the advancement of the game of Rule 32. Provided that where such a person is elected as a Member cricket shall, if such nomination be approved at the Annual General this Membership shall, subject to the absolute discretion of the Board Meeting of the Association held next after such nomination, of Management to otherwise determine, forthwith terminate on the become an Honorary Life Member. Honorary Life Members and Life person ceasing to reside within the State of South Australia. Members shall be exempted from payment of all subscriptions to the Association. (b) Any person wishing to become a Full Member, Country Member 4. All elections shall be by ballot to be conducted in such manner as or Junior Member must submit a written application for election to the Chairperson presiding at any meeting at which any election Membership on such form as may be prescribed by the Board of for Membership is to take place shall decide. No person shall be Management. An application for Membership may be lodged at declared elected a Member of the Association unless he/she receives any time irrespective of the age of the applicant. No applicant shall a three-fourths majority of votes of the Members of the Board of be elected to Junior Membership until he/she has reached the age Management present and voting at the meeting at which he/she is up of 10 years. for election. A wait list shall be kept containing, in chronological order of application, the names of all persons who have duly made application for Membership (a) as a Junior Member or (b) as a 5. No Member shall sell or knowingly permit the sale of any Associate Full or Country Member. The person whose application has been ticket issued to him/her. lodged with the Chief Executive for the longest uninterrupted period shall have priority in consideration for election, and upon election the name of the elected person shall be removed from the wait list. 6. Except as provided in Rules 32 and 62, no person other than a No applicant shall be eligible for election until his/her entrance fee member of a Club of the Association or a Member of the Association (if applicable) and first subscription shall have been paid. In the to whom permission has been granted by the Board of Management event of any person being nominated for election and not being or the Chief Executive, shall be entitled to play on the Adelaide Oval elected, his/her entrance fee and subscription shall be returned. or any other ground controlled by the Association, either at practice or in any match, unless the Board of Management otherwise directs. (c) Any person residing within the State of South Australia and more than 80 kilometres from the Adelaide General Post Office by the shortest rail or road route or in any other State or Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia may be elected a Country Member and shall subject to by-law 13 be entitled to all privileges of Membership. 7. Any Member contemplating absence from the State for a period 13. Any Full, Country or Junior Member whose subscription shall be in comprising at least one whole Membership Year may, at the discretion arrears on the thirty-first day of October in any year may by resolution of and on the terms and conditions prescribed by the Board of of the Board of Management be removed from Membership of the Management, (including the payment of any fees) upon application in Association, but: writing to the Board, have his/her name placed upon the absentee list for a period approved by the Board not exceeding three years and be (a) Any Member expelled or subject to suspension pursuant to Rule 27 exempt from payment of subscription during such period. may by resolution of the said Board be reinstated to Membership; (b) The Board may at any time, by resolution for any special reason, 8. No Member retiring from the Association or ceasing from any cause exempt any Member from payment of his/her subscription for any whatever to be a Member shall be entitled to, or have any claim upon, Membership Year or years or any part thereof, and in such case such any portion whatever of the property of the Association. Member shall retain his/her Membership for the time specified in the resolution without payment of subscription for the time specified in the 9. All annual subscriptions and entrance fees shall be paid to the Chief resolution. Executive. 9A. If any entrance fee or annual subscription is not paid on the due date for 14. The Board of Management or such person as may be authorised by it payment, the member will in addition pay a late fee of $35. may grant to any person for such period as it or such authorised person thinks fit Honorary Membership of the Association. 10. Any subscriptions paid by Members shall be deemed to have been paid solely in respect of the rights, privileges and other benefits provided by the Rules and these by-laws from time to time. 15. (a) All Members must ensure that they comply, and procure any Associated Person to comply (as if they were included in the 11. Any Full Member who has taken up or is about to take up his/her term “Member”), in all respects at all times when in attendance residence in any part of the State at a place distant no less than 80 at the Oval, with all dress standards and behavioural standards kilometres from the Adelaide General Post Office by the shortest road prescribed from time to time by the Board of Management and/or or rail route (the “Prescribed Area”) or in any other State or Territory of its authorised delegate (the “Prescribed Standards”). the Commonwealth of Australia and who has resided and/or intends to reside at such place for not less than a whole Membership Year shall, (b) If a Member is determined by the Board of Management and/ on furnishing to the Chief Executive of the Association a declaration in or its authorised delegate to be acting in breach of any Prescribed writing to that effect, be entitled to be enrolled as a Country Member as Standard or to have failed to procure any Associated Person to from the first day of September next following such change of residence comply with any Prescribed Standard, in addition to any action that and thereafter to remain so enrolled whilst so resident. Should such may be taken against a Member under Rule 27 that Member may be person return to reside within the Prescribed Area he/she shall forthwith excluded or evicted from the Oval. notify the Chief Executive of such change of residence and failing such (c) If any Associated Person is determined by the Board of Management notification he/she shall be liable, at the discretion of the Board of and/or its authorised delegate to be acting in breach of any Management, to the forfeiture of all Membership rights. Prescribed Standard, that Associated Person may be excluded or evicted from the Oval. Any Country Member who takes up his/her residence within the For the purpose of this by-law 15, a reference to an “Associated Prescribed Area or outside the Commonwealth of Australia, shall Person” shall include, in relation to a Member, the holder of upon such change of residence forfeit the right to remain a Country a transferable ticket granted on the basis of that Member’s Member as from the first day of September next following such change membership, giving the bearer presenting it the like right of admission of residence, but shall be entitled, on payment of the relevant annual to the Oval as the Member to whom it was issued. subscriptions for Full Membership, be entitled to transfer to Full Membership as from that first day of September. 16. Women’s Cricket Reserve Fund Nothing in this by-law shall affect the right of a Country Member who at the time of the passing of these by-laws was enrolled as a Country (a) The following definitions apply to this by-law. Member residing outside South Australia to continue such Country Membership whilst so resident. Reserve Fund means the fund established pursuant to this by-law 16. 12. (a) Subject to paragraph (b) and such other terms and conditions as sAWCA Assets may be determined from time to time by the Board of Management: means the cash assets of SAWCA held by SAWCA in an account with (i) The following Members shall be entitled to two Associate the Commonwealth Bank being $46,018.74 as at 30th June 2006. Tickets: First - Honorary Life Members, Life Members and Members of Women’s Cricket executive the Board of Management; means the women’s cricket sub-committee of the Cricket Committee. Second - Full Members, Country Members and Honorary (b) The Women’s Cricket Executive shall comprise such members as are Members who were elected prior to the 1st day of September determined from time to time by the Cricket Committee and shall 1956; be responsible for the administration and development of women’s Third - Full Members who were previously Honorary Life cricket in South Australia. Members, Honorary Members or Country Members and who (c) The Reserve Fund will be set aside and at all times kept separate from were elected prior to the first day of September 1956 and who the general assets of the Association. have continuously remained Members; and (d) The Reserve Fund shall be used only to promote and develop the Fourth - such Members as may be determined by the Board of game of women’s cricket in South Australia as directed by the Management. Women’s Cricket Executive (or successor). (ii) All other Members shall be entitled to one Associate Ticket: (e) The Reserve Fund shall be managed and administered by the (b) entitlement to the issuing of any Associate Ticket shall be subject to Women’s Cricket Executive. the payment of any fee prescribed from time to time by the Board of Management. The Board of Management may from time to time determine that additional Associate Tickets may be issued to any Member on such conditions as it sees fit. All Associate Tickets issued under this by- law shall confer the same rights and privileges and carry the same obligations as ordinary Associate Tickets issued to Members, pursuant to by-law 12. PrescrIBed standards Following are the behavioural ‘Prescribed Standards’ for the purposes of by-law 15(a). 1. Members must not act in a manner prejudicial to the interests of the 12. Standing or sitting in aisles or on stairways in the venue is not South Australian Cricket Association Inc (SACA) with behaviour that permitted due to safety regulations. is unbecoming or offensive. 13. Members must comply with any reasonable direction of a SACA 2. Members are to be strictly responsible for the proper use of their official. membership cards at all times. Member cards are strictly non- transferable and under no circumstances is the Member’s card to 14. If a member is suspended under Rule 27, the member must be used by any person other than the Member. comply with any conditions imposed on them during the period of suspension. 3. Members must not bring any items into the Adelaide Oval (the “Venue”) that the SACA has determined are not permitted to be 15. For the purposes of the Prescribed Standards a reference to a: brought into the Venue, as notified via the Member Handbook or other Member publication from time to time. a. “Member” shall include: i. a member of the SACA (SACA Member); 4. Members must comply with Cricket Australia’s Conditions of Entry to ii. an Associated Person, as defined in by-law 15; and the venue (as amended from time to time) and any other conditions iii. any person admitted to the Venue as a guest of a Member. of entry to the Venue notified to Members. b. “SACA Official” shall include: i. any member of the Board of Management; 5. Members must not smoke or consume alcohol in any area in or ii. the Chief Executive; around the Venue designated by the SACA to be smoke free or alcohol free areas (as the case may be). iii. any other SACA employee; iv. any other person who provides security services to or for 6. Members must comply with any dress regulations determined by the the SACA; SACA, as set out in the Member Handbook or in any other member v. any official or employee of or any other person who provides publication from time to time. security services to or for any hirer of the Venue; and vi. any other person to whom the Board of Management and/ 7. Members must comply with: or Chief Executive (pursuant to Rule 29.1(b)) delegates authority. a. any reserved seat sticker policy determined by the SACA from time to time and notified in the Member Handbook or in any other Member publication; and b. the conditions set out on the SACA seat reservation stickers, as amended from time to time. 8. When using mobile telephones in the venue, members must be discrete and considerate of others and limit their use to the bare minimum whilst seated in stands during play. 9. Members are to act with respect to others in the vicinity and not engage in bad language, offensive remarks, intoxication and/or other behaviour deemed by the SACA or any SACA official, at their absolute discretion, to be unacceptable in the circumstances. 10. Members must show consideration to others by limiting movement whilst a match or other event is in progress. In particular, members must: a. remain seated until an over at a cricket match has been completed; and b. wait until an over at a cricket match is completed before returning to their seat. 11. If Members wish to listen to a radio or other electronic device in the venue, it must be used with an ear piece so that the noise will not be offensive to others or distract players. memBer conduct terms of reference Executive before a date and time notified to that Member in the notice required under this Term 8. Terms that are defined in the Constitution or By-Laws of 9. Unless the Commissioner determines that the principles of natural the Association shall have the same meaning in these justice otherwise require: Terms of Reference, unless otherwise provided. (a) the review must be conducted wholly on the basis of: (i) the information considered by the Chief Executive in making 1. Where an allegation is made to the Chief Executive or where the his or her decision under Term 4 (which, if requested by the Chief Executive has reason to suspect that a Member has: Commissioner, the Chief Executive shall record in writing for the Commissioner); (a) infringed any of the Rules, By-Laws or Regulations of the Association; or (ii) any written submissions made by or on behalf of the member in accordance with Term 8; and (b) infringed any Act of Parliament or By-Laws and Regulations (iii) any written statements of witnesses, provided they are on made under an Act of Parliament in using the Oval or any other oath or affirmation; ground(s) of the Association, (b) the standard of proof is to be on the balance of probabilities; the Chief Executive may undertake an investigation for the purposes of the Rules. (c) the Commissioner is not bound by the rules of evidence; and (d) no party to the proceedings shall be entitled to the discovery of 2. Where an investigation has been undertaken by the Chief Executive, documents. and the Chief Executive has decided to make a determination, the Member must be notified of the following in writing: 10. If the Commissioner decides to allow a hearing, the member may attend to give his or her version of the events being the subject of (a) that the Member is the subject of an investigation; the determination and/or decision to the Commissioner but may not (b) the substance of the investigation; be represented by a legal practitioner at the hearing other than in those exceptional circumstances where the rules of natural justice (c) the date on which the Chief Executive will make a determination would require such representation to be afforded. in respect of the investigation; and (d) the possible decision(s) that can be made consequent on the 11. The Commissioner has the same powers and obligations as the making of a determination. Chief Executive under Terms 4 and 5. For the avoidance of doubt, the Commissioner does not have the power to award costs or 3. A Member in respect of whom an investigation has commenced compensation against either party. may make a written representation (including the provision of witness statements) to the Chief Executive, which must be delivered to the Chief Executive before the date notified to that Member under 12. If a member is suspended, then at the time that the member Term 2. is suspended, that member must immediately hand in their Membership Token or Ticket for the Association (along with any associate passes) to the Chief Executive for the period of the 4. If, after investigation, the Chief Executive determines that the suspension. During the period of the suspension, the member will Member has infringed in terms of Term 1, the Chief Executive may, not be entitled to and will not: in his or her absolute discretion, decide to do one or more of the following: (a) enter the members’ enclosure at the Oval; (a) expel the Member from the Association; (b) hold any office in or be a member of the Board of Management; (b) suspend the Member from the Association for a period as may be (c) be entitled to a refund of any annual subscriptions paid to the determined; Association; (c) reprimand the Member; or (d) attend or vote at any meeting of members; or (d) take no action, and shall notify the Member of the Chief (e) nominate a candidate for election as a member’s Representative Executive’s determination and decision. on the Board of Management. 13. During a member’s period of suspension, the member must (if 5. In the event that the Chief Executive determines that an infringement the member has not already) pay in full the annual membership is not established, the Chief Executive shall notify the Member in subscription applicable to the member (as it becomes due and writing of this determination. payable in each year of the period of suspension). 6. A Member may request a review of a determination and/or decision 14. If a member is expelled, then at the time the Member is expelled, of the Chief Executive by giving written notice to the Chief Executive the member must hand in their Membership Token or Ticket for the within 10 business days of the decision being notified under Term Association (along with any associate passes) to the Chief Executive. 5, setting out that the Member wishes to have the Chief Executive’s The member is not entitled to a refund of any subscriptions. decision reviewed. The written notice must be accompanied by a review fee of $200, which shall be refunded to the Member in the 15. If the member is expelled, that person is not entitled to enter the event that the review is successful. members’ enclosure at the Oval from the date they are expelled, even as a guest or the bearer of an Associate Ticket. 7. The review will be conducted by a Commissioner. The Commissioner to conduct the review will be appointed by the 16. The Chief Executive may delegate any of his or her functions or Chairperson of the Board of Management from time to time. obligations under these Terms of Reference generally or in any particular instance, as he or she sees fit and any reference in these 8. The Chief Executive must notify the Member of the date by which Terms of Reference to the Chief Executive shall include a reference the Commissioner intends to conduct the review. The Member to a delegate of the Chief Executive. may make written submissions in relation to the Chief Executive’s determination and/or decision, which must be delivered to the Chief 17. Any notice required to be given to a Member under these Terms of Reference may be delivered by post to the most recent postal address notified by the Member to the Association.
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