Want to know more about cricket and where you can play? Whether you want to find out more as a player, a parent or a club official, everything you need to know is right here.
Coaches, team managers, parents and club volunteers are the catalysts for the recruitment and retention in our great game of cricket.
People choose to become umpires for a variety of reasons, including: enjoyment of the game; to participate in the game; for fitness; to learn the laws of cricket; and to help their club or association.
Coaches, team managers, parents and club volunteers are the catalysts for the recruitment and retention in our great game of cricket. Up to date resources are here to help club officials, parents and players.
Cricket is an inclusive sport that caters for players of all backgrounds and abilities. Learn more about multicultural, Aboriginal, women and girls' and disability competitions and initiatives in South Australia here.
As cricket is a sport for all, SACA is encouraging clubs and associations to celebrate diversity by hosting community engagement rounds throughout the season.
SACA is committed to creating an inclusive relationship with communities, clubs and stakeholders of South Australian cricket through its Cricket Connects program
Each year, there are a number of grants and scholarships available to local clubs and players as part of our mission to grow the game of cricket in South Australia.
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