The elite indoor cricket season recently began with the Australian Masters Championships in Canberra from 21-27 May, and will soon be followed by the Australian Junior Championships in July.

The nation’s best junior indoor cricketers will gather at the Australian Junior Championships in Mackay from 1 July and will feature 17 & Under Girls and Boys teams, 15 & Under Boys, 14 & Under Girls and two divisions of 13 & Under Boys.

The Australian Open Championships will take place following the Junior Champs and will be played across six divisions, with the Southern Spiders competing in the 21 & Under Men and Women, Open Men, Open Women and Lord’s Taverners. 

The Lord’s Taverners Shield competition invites Australia’s best indoor cricketers with an intellectual disability to compete for the annual national indoor title. 

SA Scorpions captain and wicketkeeper Tegan McPharlin and Scorpions batter Brittany Perry will both play in the Open Women's division, while the tournament will also feature a range of Aboriginal and multicultural players, as well as those travelling from regional South Australia. 

To follow the progress of the 2017 Australian Open Championships visit and join in the Twitter conversation @CA_Indoor.


Masters: 21-27 May in Canberra

 50 & Over Men
 Mark Harvy (c)
 Peter Buttfield
 Peter Richards
 Simon Morris
 Dave Luxton
 Ian Pryor
 Ted Cordina
 Colin Tuckwell
 Mal Challen
 Alan Scholtz
 Rob Keates
 Alan Doubleday
 Coach: Colin Tuckwell


Juniors: 1-8 July in Mackay

 17&U Girls  17&U Boys  15&U Boys 
 Emily Hinze  Tyson Hein  Jai Greenfield
 Brieanna Medder  Joshua Spall (c)  Jackson Dilena
 Stephanie Beazleigh  Jordan Steer  Angus Keates
 Taylah Gregory  Joshua Lamerton  Oliver Styles
 Sarah Ferris  Tyson Miller (c)  Alex Wakeham
 Caitlin Edmunds (c)  Bradley Harris  Tyler Grainger-Balding
 Tarlee Meaney  Hayden Bruce  Anik Warnakulasuriya
 Nikki Grosser  Corey White  Tyson Clark
 Taylah Lewis  Devlin Allford  Jack Read
 Mikayla Mark  Lachlan Camm  
   Arham Hashmi  
 Coach: Angela Lee  Coach: Mark Harvy  Coach: Damith Abey
 Manager: Keryn Neale  Manager: Thomas Durrant  Manager: Richard Styles
 14 & U Girls  13&U Boys - Red  13&U Boys - Black
 Amelia Brett  Nathan Marshall  Thomas Brown
 Caitlin Seccafien  Rhys Kozned  Bradley Wann
 Maeve Edwards  Jesse Burt  Jem Parke
 Emily Laird  Satayanand Shawgi  Dash Parke
 Neeve Reimann  Nathaniel Forby  Kobe Burt (c)
 Alanah Gregory (c)  Declan Dunne  Hugo Higgs
 Amy Peterson  Deakin Hamilton  Mitchell Hein
 Lily Harvey  Dylan Brandford  James Greenfield
 Emmerson Filsell  Charlie Edmunds  Andrew Landon
 Isobella Nitschke    
 Coach: Jessica O'Reilly  Coach: Scott Baldwin  Coach: Andrew Balding
 Manager: Kylie Rattray  Manager: Mick Hamilton  Manager: Brody Martin


Opens: 8-15 July in Mackay

Open Women Open Men  21&U Women
 Neisha Iles (c)  Jamie Diener  Sophi-Rose Green
 Tegan McPharlin   Jarrad Indraratne (c)  Chloe Frick
 Jessica O'Reilly  Jordan Indraratne  Bridee Tonkin
 Donna Clark  Jake Dinan-Gillman  Sarah Ferris
 Kylie Rattray  Zach Reekie  Taylah Lewis
 Rebecca Pollard  Ben Staszuk  Chloe Lyons
 Stacey Oates  Thomas Durrant  Alecia Holt (c)
 Elizabeth Hall  Lachlan Ferguson  Cara Allen
 Kiara Stockley  Mark Rice  Rachel Dickinson
 Brittany Perry  Grant Doran  Febi Mansell
 Hannah Perry  Matthew Henderson  Caitlin Edmunds
 Ainslee Knight  Nathan Deacon  
 Coach: Cathy Schultz  Coach: Jathila Indraratne  Coach: Brad Portlock
 Manager: Olivia Magno  Assistant: Daniel Papadimas  Manager: TBC
   Manager: Shane Collett  
 21&U Men  Lord's Taverners  
 Trent Riddle  Anthony Dunton  
 Zachary Schneider  Matthew Bell  
 Zachary Schwarz  Lindsay Drowley  
 Brenton Harvey  Joshua Waldhuter  
 Jordan Martin  Nathan Levett  
 Angus Lock  Peter Kerin  
 Adam Clements  Christopher McQueen  
 Daniel Bullard  Matthew Greenwood  
 Cameron Bullard (c)  Adam Pattison  
 Ashley Sampson  Ben Pattison  
   Scott May  
   Wayne Jeffery  
   James Eustance-Smith  
 Coach: Mark Harvy  Coach: Andrew Summerton  
 Manager: TBC  Manager: Trevor Smith