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SACA's Community Cricket Awards celebrate the work of volunteers in the cricket community who work to achieve SACA's vision and strategic priorities.
The SACA Development Academy was established to grow and support South Australia's representative Aboriginal and disability teams.
Australian Cricket is committed to providing a safe environment for all Children and Young People involved in cricket.
Cricket Administrators and Volunteers are the greatest assets of our clubs and associations.
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.
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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