This year’s tournament has expanded yet again to include 12 teams representing several different cultures and institutions within SA, including Sri Lanka, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan, the Army and SAPOL.
Adelaide University and Immigration SA are also entering teams into the tournament.
Last year, India and Pakistan played off in the marquee match of the day, with India setting a total of 147 for Pakistan to chase.
After an entertaining cricketing display, Pakistan eventually fell 20 runs short of their goal.
“The tournament has become an important fixture on the SACA calendar and hopefully will continue to be for a long time to come,” SACA Chief Executive Officer Keith Bradshaw said.
“The day not only provides a setting for competition and family fun, it also showcases Adelaide’s multicultural community through cricket”.
In addition to the six Twenty20 matches taking place on the day, free cricket clinics for children (both boys and girls) will be offered, as well as a range of cultural performances and food options.
Entry is free, with play beginning at 9am at Park 25 on Port Road in the city on Monday 13 March.