Junior Cricket Parents’ Survey

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From: Luke Doughty [mailto:community@saca.com.au]
Sent: Wednesday, 2 September 2015 9:43 AM
Subject: Junior Cricket Parents’ Survey


Dear Club Contacts,


Please find the attached link to the survey for parents that have previously been flagged with you, either via email or in person. If you are happy to send on our behalf, it would be greatly appreciated. Any questions or concerns, please contact Shannon on sschedlich@saca.com.au


The South Australian Cricket Association is undertaking a broad review of boys’ junior cricket structures in this state, and is seeking the input of parents’ to inform that process. The views that you express in this survey will help to inform junior cricket into the future. 

Everyone who completes this survey will go into a draw to win a family pass to the Strikers double header at Adelaide Oval on New Year’s Eve.


To be in the running for this prize, please complete the survey by Friday 18 September 2015 – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WL7Z3SP


Warm regards,

Luke (on behalf of Shannon Schedlich)



Luke Doughty | Community Engagement Trainee | SACA
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