Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

International Cricket Masters is the trading name of International Cricket Masters Ltd, the main brand holder and operates some academies. Some academies are operated independently.

Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully as these govern your use of our Web Site (www.cricketmasters.co.uk). By using this Site, you are acknowledging that you have read and understood these Terms and Conditions and agree to be bound by them.

1. Site Ownership, Copyright & Trademarks

The content of this website, including names, images, photos, designs and other materials, are copyright of International Cricket Masters Ltd or its technology service providers or other third parties. They are the property of their respective owners, and therefore all rights are reserved.

We grant permission to print, copy, distribute and display hard copy portions of the site as required. We also grant permission for sections of the site to be emailed or linked to via social media platforms. We are happy for blog posts and articles to be used as reference material and for links to these posts to be created from third-party sites.

2. Links to Third-Party Websites

This website will, on occasion, link to third-party websites. These links are included as we believe they add value or expand on the content we have on our website. We do not control these third-party websites, nor do we endorse them. If you follow the links from our site, you do so at your own risk and are subject to the terms and conditions of the destination website.

3. Privacy

We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of our site users and, as such, will only use information collected in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. This notice details our privacy policy. By using our website www.cricketmasters.co.uk you are accepting and consenting to our practices and policies described.

4. Bookings and Course Attendance

  • Health – Players should not attend camps if they feel unwell. Please be aware that is cricket is a sport where injuries occur and that International Cricket Masters do not accept liability for any injury incurred whilst training in this sport on our camps. In the unlikely event of injury we agree that 1st Aid will be given as deemed suitable by the duty first Aider. You consent that we may call upon emergency medical advice for your child if an incident requires it. You accept that we will only administer prescribed drugs, e.g. antibiotics or inhaler, to your child during the camp with your verbal and written consent at the start of each Session/Match.
  • Security – Players should be collected promptly at the end of each camp as coaches are unable to provide care once the camp is over and individuals become their Parents/Guardians responsibility.
  • Memberships – ICM offers monthly membership packages at the cost of £100 for academies outside of London and £160 for London-based academies. The monthly membership fee includes four 2-hour sessions. If a fifth session falls within the month, an additional payment of £25 will be required for academies outside of London and £40 for London-based academies.
  • Bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis with International Cricket Masters (ICM).
  • You can cancel by giving two weeks’ notice and cancelling the standing order.
  • If there is a cancellation, players on the waiting list will be given priority.
  • International Cricket Masters reserves the right to change the dates or cancel a course.
  • In case of adverse weather conditions, International Cricket Masters reserves the right to change to a suitable alternative date or venue.
  • There would be no refund if the player has booked, did not attend the course or leaves for any reason other than medical grounds with medical evidence.
  • Payments can be made through a standing order payable to International Cricket Masters. We will provide our Bank account details by email.
  • Any racial remarks will not be tolerated against other players, and International Cricket Masters reserves the right to terminate the contract after giving one warning to such a player if the offence is repeated.
  • In case of injury, first aid will be provided by our qualified staff or referred to emergency treatment in hospital if required.
    In the case of young players, parents will be responsible for collecting their players on time.
  • Complaints against another player would be considered judiciously, and the final decision from International Cricket Masters will be acceptable to both parties.
  • Complaints against International Cricket Masters will be referred to the directors for the final decision.
  • International Cricket Masters carries out video analysis to improve cricket techniques. The Academy may also use the videos for the benefit of others, as well as photographs taken for cricketing purposes. By agreeing to the terms, you are giving your irrevocable consent, and in the case of a young player, the parent or guardian is giving the consent.
  • We may use images and videos taken during training sessions on our social media platforms. If you do not wish for images showing your child to be shared, please make a member of the International Cricket Masters team aware.
  • Players will only be allowed to attend the course if they have agreed to our terms and conditions.
  • In the event of a Government lockdown that prevents our cricket academies from taking place, a full refund will be issued for any weeks where participants are unable to attend.
  • Players must wear a sublimated ICM shirt.
  • Players must bring a properly protected cricket helmet for batting plus protective padding (including an abdominal guard) as there are inherent risks in the game of cricket. All players need to bring their own cricket ball.

5. Disclaimer

International Cricket Masters Ltd provides this site on an “as seen” basis and makes no warranties or representations, either implied or expressed, including, without limitation, warranties or conditions of title or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement, compatibility, security and accuracy. International Cricket Masters Ltd will take reasonable measures to ensure that the content is accurate, complete, and current, but International Cricket Masters Ltd does not represent or warrant that the information accessible on this site is accurate, complete, or current.

Our Details

Our registered office is International Cricket Masters Ltd, 35 Sherwood Street, Warsop, Nottinghamshire NG20 0JR

Our Trading address is International Cricket Masters Ltd, 35 Sherwood Street, Warsop, Nottinghamshire NG20 0JR

You can contact us in writing at our trading address or by email at info@cricketmasters.co.uk and by phone at 0333 344 3548.