Nova Scotia Cricket Association is a non-profit
society registered with the Office of the Registrar of
Nova Scotia Cricket Association is a non-profit
society registered with the Office of the Registrar of
Joint Stock Companies of Nova Scotia. The NSCA
Nova Scotia Cricket Association is a non-profit
society registered with the Office of the Registrar of
Joint Stock Companies of Nova Scotia. The NSCA
constitution was last updated on February 21 2021 through
a special resolution.
President/Provincial
The
Nova
Scotia
Cricket
Association
website
novascotiacricket.com has a section titled ‘More’ that
contains the latest guidelines for Cricket in Nova Scotia
on COVID-19 and governance documentation on our
flagship cricket season under the ‘Halifax Cricket League’.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Each Director of NSCA is responsible for a portfolio for
which he/she is accountable to create a strategy, goals,
framework, implementation plan, and regular status

updates. Disputes arising in individual portfolios are firs
addressed at the approved forum (a sub-committee for
Steve Smith
example) and then at the NSCA Board level if escalated.
NSCA members are also free to raise their grievances
directly to the NSCA Board to investigate and act upon.
Directors
At times NSCA has also constituted need-based bodies for
Abraham Somavarapha
disputes on a case to case basis.

NSCA games are played at the Halifax Commons Cricket
Ground which is a shared space allocated to NSCA in the
summer along with baseball and touch football. We have
an estimated 200 paid NSCA members.
www.novascotiacricket.com