Player of the Day Certificate
Clubs, Schools and team managers are able to copy the following certificate to present to players whose performance warrants it in their opinion. More than one can be given out as we all know how much children benefit from praise.
We have placed 2 certificates onto one sheet of A4 so you can cut this in half and use as you wish. Click HERE to copy.
If anyone runs a business or knows of someone that does that may be interested in providing a prize that the CJCA can distribute to all teams to award with this certificate then please contact Rob Wilkinson on 2818748 or 027 6644999 or email email@example.com Many thanks.
Special Player Performances
If an individual performance meets the qualifying guidelines given below then they need to be entered in the box under the correct team name when the winning team submits the match result (see here). At the end of the match the losing team should write down the key performances for their team, following the guidelines given below, pass them to the opposition and ask that they enter them when posting the result. Under the CricHQ system, only the winning team should enter the result. If they fail to do this by 6pm on the day after the match then either team can enter it. Once entered, it cannot be amended or added to. If it is incorrect then the losing team can enter their version and they should email Mike Fisher to confirm what error occurred in the initial entry.
Where qualifying performances have occured the player names should show first initial & surname only. Enter player performances that meet the qualifying runs or wickets only (see below)! This may sound harsh but other comments need to be removed manually by Mike Fisher at Metro Cricket (firstname.lastname@example.org), before he can submit the result to the paper and this is a time consuming exercise.
Whilst an outstanding catch or gritty match winning 10 may stand out it does not meet the guidelines given below and SHOULD NOT be submitted. It will only be deleted before going to the press so is wasting time when input and then to delete. The Player of the Day certificates can be awarded for these achievements or mention made on the teams own website.
Qualifying wickets - 3 or more for ALL grades - enter as A Smith 3 for 20
Qualifying runs - see grade rules below (if not out, place an asterix after the runs scored - A Smith 50*)
Premier - 45 or more runs
Year 7 or 8 - 40 or more runs
Year 6 - 35 runs or more
Year 5, Super 8's Year 5 and Junior 20/20 Year 3 and 4 - 20 or more runs
Kiwi - 15 or more runs