SACA Super Cricket is a fun, fast and social competition, with shorter matches and smaller teams than traditional cricket.
Super Cricket offers shortened mid-week and weekend matches, meaning less time commitment, while playing in a fun and relaxed environment. The competition is ideal for those with limited time who are not able to commit to a full-length cricket season.
Due to COVID-19, all Super Cricket competition formats may vary from information below as we abide by existing Government Restrictions.
NB: From season 2019-20 all competitions run by SACA, including Super Cricket, will include the British Standard helmets mandate in their playing conditions.
For Super Cricket enquiries, contact SACA Diversity and Inclusion Officer Jordan Capel on email@example.com
|Winter T20||Summer T12||Women's Social Pairs|
|Time||9:30am and 1:00pm||5:00pm and 6:20pm||6:00pm|
|Dates||July 11 - September||January 20 - March 3||January 22 - March 5|
|Location||Hard-wicket locations around Adelaide||Victoria Park Sports Fields||Park 25|
|Ball||White (hard, 156gm)||Pink (hard, 156gm)||Soft (no protective equipment required)|
|Players per side||11||8||6|
|Overs per side||20||12||12|
|Cost per match||$120 per team||$80 per team||FREE|
Spring T20 Competition
SACA is once again offering a Spring Super 20s competition, based at West Beach Playing fields. Matches are played with a white ball, similar to a BBL or T20 international match.
Spring T12 Competition
SACA's popular T12 competition will be back with its short and fast format in Spring of 2021. Each batter receives a free hit on their first ball faced, plus the experience of playing with a pink ball during twilight hours in the Parklands. The Spring T12 competition is the best way to enjoy cricket in a social, yet organised, setting against like-minded opposition. Only eight players required per team.
Women's Social Pairs Competition
The Women's Social Pairs competition will launch again this Summer with matches to be played for FREE. This is a fun, fast version of the game that is ideal for those who are new to playing cricket or returning to the game.