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Townsville Bulletin - - SPORT -

Cricket’s $ 500m peace plan is based on a re­vised rev­enue shar­ing model

THE SPLIT

180 men and 120 women will share up to 30 per cent of agreed rev­enue, con­sist­ing of: 27.5 per cent of fore­cast agreed rev­enue streams 2.5 per cent from a “per­for­mance pool” re­lated to wins To­tal is es­ti­mated to be $ 500m over five years ( 30 per cent of $ 1.67 bil­lion) Fe­male player pay­ments will in­crease from $ 7. 5m in the last agree­ment to $ 55.2m

BONUS CASH

If rev­enue ex­ceeds $ 1.67bn, play­ers re­ceive 19 per cent of the up­side to $ 1.96bn and grass­roots cricket re­ceives 8.5 per cent Above $ 1.96bn, play­ers re­ceive 27.5 per cent

MIN­I­MUM RE­TAIN­ERS

Na­tional men $ 270,000 in 2017 ris­ing to $ 313,004 by 2021 – up 16% Na­tional women $ 40,000 in 2017 ris­ing to $ 87,609 by 2021 – up 119% State men $ 61,800 in 2017 ris­ing to $ 74,577 by 2021 – up 21% State women $ 11,000 in 2017 ris­ing to $ 27,287 by 2021 – up 148% Ex­cludes match pay­ments, mar­ket­ing con­tracts

BIG CASH

BBL min­i­mum pay rises from $ 20,000 to $ 40,064 over five years – up 100% WBBL min­i­mum pay rises from $ 7000 to $ 11,584 over five years – up 65%

GRASS­ROOTS

$ 25-$ 30m from player pay­ment pool will flow di­rectly to grass­roots in­vest­ment $ 25m from CA from sav­ings in ad­min­is­tra­tion costs

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