South Australia will host a share of Women's National Cricket League (WNCL), Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One-Day Cup matches across the summer, in addition to the Under 19 Male National Championships in December. 

The SA Scorpions will have the opportunity to play six home matches this summer, while the West End Redbacks will split five Sheffield Shield games between Adelaide Oval and Karen Rolton Oval. 

South Australia will additionally welcome three One-Day Cup matches, with three fixtures also broadcast on Foxtel. 

For the first time, the WNCL will expand to a 43-game fixture, while the Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One-Day Cup will revert to full 31 and 22-game schedules respectively in 2022-23.

Highlights include:

- Two WNCL matches against each team, displaying cricket’s commitment to increased playing opportunities for women.

Strong expected availability of Australian contracted players to represent their domestic teams in the WNCL.

- A full domestic fixture in the Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One-Day Cup following two Covid-impacted seasons.

- An action-packed start to the domestic season with six Marsh One-Day Cup matches in nine days from September 23, all broadcast on Foxtel.

- In total, 13 Marsh One-Day Cup matches broadcast on Foxtel including the Final, while the Marsh Sheffield Shield Final will also be shown on Foxtel.

- Four underage National Championships to showcase the best young cricketers in the top age groups of Australian Cricket's Pathways system.

The complete domestic schedule has been created in consultation with State and Territory Associations and the Australian Cricketers’ Association and is a feature of an unprecedented Australian summer of cricket that includes more days of international cricket than ever before.

Peter Roach, Cricket Australia’s Head of Cricket Operations and Scheduling, said:

“We are delighted to deliver a domestic schedule today which sees a return to full competitions across both men’s competitions and an extended WNCL.

“A full WNCL season with two matches against each opponent is a logical step and provides greater opportunities for our emerging women’s cricketers to play alongside our world-leading Australian players.

“Maintaining the strength of our domestic competitions is a priority for Australian Cricket and it’s brilliant to see so much elite cricket being played this summer.

“We look forward to the beginning of our domestic season on September 23, and thank all our partners including Marsh, Foxtel and Kayo for their ongoing support of domestic cricket.”

South Australia's 2022-23 Domestic Schedule.

Women's National Cricket League: 

Sep 23: South Australia v Victoria, Karen Rolton Oval
Sep 25: South Australia v Victoria, Karen Rolton Oval
Dec 18: ACT v South Australia, TBC
Dec 20: ACT v South Australia, TBC
Jan 4: Western Australia v South Australia, WACA Ground (D/N)
Jan 6: Western Australia v South Australia, WACA Ground (D/N)
Jan 19: South Australia v New South Wales, Karen Rolton Oval
Jan 21: South Australia v New South Wales, Karen Rolton Oval
Feb 6: Tasmania v South Australia, Blundstone Arena
Feb 8: Tasmania v South Australia, Blundstone Arena
Feb 17: South Australia v Queensland, Karen Rolton Oval
Feb 19: South Australia v Queensland, Karen Rolton Oval
Final: Feb 25 - TBC v TBC, TBC

Marsh Sheffield Shield: 

Oct 6 – 9: South Australia v Victoria, Karen Rolton Oval
Oct 16 – 19: South Australia v Tasmania, Adelaide Oval
Oct 31 – Nov 3: New South Wales v South Australia, North Dalton Oval (Wollongong)
Nov 11 – 14: Western Australia v South Australia, WACA Ground
Nov 20 – 23: South Australia v Queensland, Adelaide Oval
Dec 1 – 4: Tasmania v South Australia, Blundstone Arena
Feb 10 – 13: South Australia v Western Australia, Adelaide Oval
Feb 20 – 23: Victoria v South Australia, CitiPower Centre
Mar 2 – 5: Queensland v South Australia, Gabba
Mar 14 – 17: South Australia v New South Wales, Karen Rolton Oval
Final: March 23 – 27, TBC v TBC, TBC (Foxtel)

Marsh One-Day Cup:

Sep 26: Queensland v South Australia, Allan Border Field (Foxtel, D/N)
Sep 28: South Australia v Tasmania, Allan Border Field (Foxtel, D/N)
Oct 21: South Australia v Tasmania, Adelaide Oval
Nov 5: New South Wales v South Australia, North Sydney Oval
Nov 16: Western Australia v South Australia, WACA Ground
Feb 15: South Australia v Western Australia, Adelaide Oval (Foxtel, D/N)
Feb 26: South Australia v Victoria, TBC
Final: Mar 8: TBC v TBC, TBC (Foxtel)

Underage National Championships: 

Dec 5 – 12: Under 19 Female National Championships, Perth
Dec 15 – 22: Under 19 Male National Championships, Adelaide
Jan 5 – 12: Under 16 Female National Championships, Canberra
Jan 16 – 23: Under 17 Male National Championships, Tasmania

Streaming details for the competition will be confirmed in due course. The full fixture is available via cricket.com.au/fixtures.

The Weber WBBL|08 and KFC BBL|12 schedules will be announced shortly.