Vote now for your favourite Team or Individual

Vote for the team or individual that you think most needs funding, for their chance to receive up to $1,500 from the Thermoskin Community Sports Fund!

You will also be entered in the draw to win a $200 EFTPOS Gift Card!

With a total pool of $10,000 available plus a gift of Thermoskin’s Plantar FXT Calf Socks, 2016 winners will be decided upon by a panel of 4 judges including Melanie Wright (Australian Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder in Swimming), Sharelle McMahon (former Australian Netballer), Brett Emerton (ex-Socceroo) and Thermoskin CEO Matthew Symington.

Shortlisted entries will be based on quality of application, why the funds are needed, value to the community/individual, and number of votes received by the public, so start voting now and make your contribution!

To find out more on how your voting contributes, please visit our Terms & Conditions. Thermoskin Community Sports Fund Recipients will be announced on the Thermoskin website and Facebook page.

Voting: 4th – 25th May 2016
Recipients Announced: 6th June 2016

Total Votes:   0

University Cricket Club (Female)


WACA Female Competition

State / Area:

WA / Metro

Funding Requested


Voting has now finished.

Recipients will be announced on 6th June 2016.

About University Cricket Club (Female)

The team has just finished its 3rd season. Out of the 6 competitions it has participated in, it has played in 5 Grand Finals and won 4 of them. The age range is between 16 and about 28 and is a diverse group made up of metro and country players and Non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal players. It is part of an overall bigger club that has 4 male teams.

Value to the Community

It has provided a playing pathway for Aboriginal players, a few of which has represented WA in the National Indigenous Championships and the WA Country XI. Players travel from Geraldton and Tammin to participate. Several of the girls attend University in their studies and one of the players is in her last year of a phd in Sport Science. There is also a player doing a trade and others that are graduates, undergraduates and one works in manufacturing. Originally the team was set up from players who had dropped out of the game and this was a fun environment where they started enjoying cricket again. Specialist Coaching is provided.

Why the funds are needed

Many of the Aboriginal players and full time students struggle to be able to pay for things like club clothing and equipment. the club can purchase things like a team kit and pay for ground hire and balls and umpires but individual items some players struggle that are on very small incomes.


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