Diversity and Inclusion
Cricket for People with Disabilities
Cricket is a sport for all, with SACA offering a range of cricket programs specific to people with a disability, alongside mainstream cricket.
The South Australian Cricket Association is committed to ensuring that cricket is a sport for all South Australians. SACA works with leading disability organisations in South Australia to provide a range of opportunities for players with a disability and are committed to providing accessible options for all players and supporters.
We are currently offering several disability cricket specific programs in the 2018-19 season.
- Blind Cricket through Blind Cricket SA
- Table Cricket
- Social Cricket
- Entry Level Programs – for children aged 5 to 16
- Indoor Cricket
SACA is now holding trials for its 2019 Lord's Taverners State indoor cricket team! The Australian Indoor Open Championships will be held in Casey, Victoria from 28 June to 7 July.
To find out more, contact SACA Community Cricket Competitions Officer Oliver McDowall at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to register your interest in trials.
National Cricket Inclusion Championships
SACA sends teams to participate in competitions including the National Cricket Inclusion Championships, where players representing South Australia compete in the blind, deaf and cricketers with an intellectual disability divisions. These teams are supported through the SACA Development Academy.