Nominate for the 2013 Maccabiah Games


Eligibility

Cricket at the 2013 Maccabiah Games is being competed in the follow age categories:

OPEN:

Open division does not have a minimum age requirement.

JuniorS:

Junior boy competitors need to be born between 1 January 1995 and 31 December 1998 to be eligible.

Note: If you are younger than the minimum age but competing at a high level and would like to be considered for either team, please contact the relevant Section Manager.

Nomination Fee

There is a $1,000 nomination fee (incorporating a 2% ($20) non refundable merchant fee for credit card transactions) required with your registration. 

The nomination fee acts like a 'deposit', with the overall balance subsequently reducing by this $1,000 for those athletes who are selected. Click here for an overview of the overall costs of attending the Games.

Is my nomination fee refundable?

In the event of one of the following your nomination fee (less the merchant fee if you paid by credit card) is refundable:

  • your sport does not end up being competed at the Games or Australia withdraws its nomination into that sport;
  • you withdraw your nomination prior to selection;
  • you are not selected; or
  • where there are qualifying times or standards and you fail to make these prior to required date.

For all other frequently asked questions, click here.

How to Nominate

MyMacc Info:

If you are a member of a Maccabi Club you may already have a MyMacc account. you should use this same account when nominating for Maccabiah. For those who have yet to create a MyMacc account, it must be created in the person's name who is nominating (it is quick, free and easy). If you are a junior, the system will prompt for guardian information for anybody aged under 18. If you cannot remember your login or password, click on the 'forgot password' option in the top right.

After you have created a MyMacc account, you will then need to complete your nomination (you cannot nominate on a smart phone or tablet) by answering all the required questions on the online form.

Completing Your Nomination:

You will need to have the following information on hand: (note: you cannot save your nomination and return later to complete it, you must start and finish in one sitting)

  • your passport details
  • a passport type photo to upload (in electronic JPG) format
  • details about your cricket history
  • Preferred payment option. You will be prompted to either pay your $1,000 nomination fee by credit card online, or by ‘special arrangement’. If you select special arrangement, you will be provided with details regarding payment either by cheque or EFT. Payment is required to be made within 7 days of your nomination otherwise your nomination will be cancelled. Please note all credit card transaction include a 2% non-refundable merchant fee. In the case of non-selection or withdrawal prior to selection, your nomination is fully refundable (less the merchant fee if paid by credit card).

It will be important that you have read and understood the Team Membership Agreement, as you will be required to ‘tick’ your acceptance of this document as part of your nomination.

Before you complete your nomination, please ensure you also read through the selection criteria to ensure that you qualify for nomination - this may relate to your age, the level at which you currently compete, an expectation of what is required for selection or other details.

If you are unsure about any of the information provided about your sport, please contact the relevant Section Manager.

To nominate for either the Open or Juniors Cricket team, please CLICK HERE.

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