Specialist Cricket Program Terms and Conditions

Program Cost for 2020

The annual fee of $460 is required prior to the commencement of Term 1, Week 1. This will be invoiced in mid-January separately from your tuition fees. It is payable via the College Payment Portal. Enrolment will automatically continue each year with the payment of the annual fee prior to the commencement of Term 1.

 Probation Period

The probation period for the Specialist Cricket program is the first 4 weeks of Term 1. This is an opportunity for students and families to see if the program is suitable for them. If your child chooses not to continue after the probation trial period, a Withdrawal Form must be completed online. This form must be received within 7 days of completion of the probation trial period. A refund of fees minus a $50 administration fee will be available.


If a student withdraws more than 7 days after the probation period for a non-medical reason they will not be entitled to a refund.

Students wishing to withdraw for major medical reasons must provide supporting documentation (including a medical certificate), refunds will be assessed on a case by case basis. If a student wishes to withdraw at the end of the year, a Withdrawal Form must be completed online on the College website.

Interschool College Representation and Commitment 

  • Years 7-10 students are strongly encouraged to take all opportunities to represent the College when available. These include Interhouse Super 8’s, Cricket Blast School Cup all day carnivals and other tournaments held throughout the year.
  • Year 9-12 students enrolled in the program are required to represent the College for Kim Hughes Shield school competitions if selected and encouraged to take part in SAS competitions.

Program Uniforms

Each member of the program is required to purchase a Kennedy Cricket playing shirt from the College Uniform Shop. Students are to wear their playing shirts and College sport shorts to all training sessions and wear their playing shirt when representing Kennedy at any cricket event.