Both teams finished on top of their division at the end of the minor rounds, going in to the finals as favourites.
After winning their division at last year’s ICNC, the 21 & Under Women dropped just two matches from eight throughout the 2019 tournament, notching three more wins than second-placed Queensland.
A thrilling final saw SA secure the win 111-105 over Queensland (SA three skins to Qld one skin), with Rachel Dickinson claiming Player of the Match.
A dominant performance throughout the week from the 21 & Under Red Men with nine wins and one loss, saw them take home their first ever ICNC national title.
The 21 & Under Men’s final was a close finish, with SA Red and WA claiming two skins each. SA Red eventually edged out WA 111-106, with SA's Ben Pye named Player of the Match.
The Lord’s Taverners side made it through the grand final but were comprehensively defeated by Victoria on the final day.
The Open Women also qualified for finals, beating NSW in the first leg, but falling short to Victoria in their next hurdle.
SA's Open Men and 21 & Under Blue Men both finished in the bottom half of their divisions, failing to make it further than the minor rounds.
The Junior Indoor Cricket National Championships began on Saturday, with SA represented in five different divisions.