The NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) are aimed at recognising those volunteers who give their time to the game of cricket – without these individuals the game would not survive.
These awards are a fantastic opportunity for you to nominate and recognise the volunteers who make cricket possible at your club. You will see from the list below that there are six categories that we accept nominations against, so please tell us all about the volunteers that make a real difference at your club.:
There are six categories in the NatWest OSCAs:
- Heartbeat of the Club
- Lifetime Achiever
- Young Volunteer (14- 18)
- Young Volunteer (19- 25)
- The Most Inspiring & Diverse Cricket Offer
- Pro-Active Leadership in Cricket
Nominate your unsung heroes today…
To read the criteria for each category please see below-
Heartbeat of the Club – The special volunteer that your club simply couldn’t do without, often the
roles they carry out are behind the scenes. They often undertake a number of different roles and are
always there to lend a hand.
Lifetime Achiever – This individual will have made an outstanding difference to their
cricket Club, League, Board or local cricket community over a significant number of years.
Young Volunteer (14-18) – This award is designed to highlight and show the fantastic contribution
that young volunteers (aged between 14 & 18 on September 1st 2019) can make within the game.
Young Volunteer (19-25) – This award is designed to highlight and show the fantastic contribution
that young volunteers (aged between 19 & 25 on September 1st 2019) can make within the game.
The Most Inspiring & Diverse Cricket Offer– This award is designed to highlight a club, league or
community organisation that offers member led products, programmes and events that encourage
participation from all members of their community. Innovation and pushing the boundaries are to
be rewarded here and we want to recognise growth within the game.
Pro-Active Leadership in Cricket– This award is designed to highlight and show
the essential contribution that proactive leadership can make within the Club, Leagues, Officiating,
Community or County Organisation’s. We want to recognise those individuals who are providing
vision and direction in growing the game and reaching into new markets.
In 2019, the winners will be recognised at a ceremony at Lord’s cricket ground on Monday October 14th. All Gloucestershire nominees will also receive free tickets and hospitality to the Gloucestershire County Cricket T20 home match VS Kent on Wednesday August 7th. The deadline for nominations is Friday July 19th.
To nominate your unsung hero click the link and fill in the form OSCA’s 2019 nomination form
Please email completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or return via post to Chris Munden, Gloucestershire Cricket Board, The County Ground, Nevil Road, Bristol, BS7 9EJ