A Sport for All
SACA Development Academy
The SACA Development Academy has been established to support and nurture the SA representative teams for Aboriginal Women, Blind & Vision Impaired, Deaf & Hard of Hearing and Cricketers with an Intellectual Disability.
The SACA Development Academy aims to broaden the number of players within the Inclusion Team network, while also nurturing the cricketing abilities of these players.
The South Australian Aboriginal Women’s Cricket Team and Disability Teams will have access to state of the art training facilities at Adelaide Oval during their preparation for their respective championships.
All teams are currently seeking Team Managers and Coaches to help manage and develop players from each squad. To find out more about available Team Manager and Coach positions, as well as how to apply, visit SACA’s Coaching Opportunities page.
Individuals wishing to trial for the SACA Development Academy can simply register on day one of trials at the Indoor Centre at Adelaide Oval.
For more information about Development Academy trials, contact SACA Community Engagement Coordinator Amy Wiseman at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 8300 3296.
Development Academy Trials
Indoor Centre, Adelaide Oval (south-western end of the oval)
Saturday 19 August and Saturday 26 August – participants will need to attend both days of trials
9.30am to 11.30am
Aboriginal Women’s Team
Deaf & Hearing Impaired Cricketers
11.30am to 1.30pm
Cricketers with an Intellectual Disability
Blind & Vision Impaired Cricketers