Southern Spiders (indoor)
The Southern Spiders are the South Australian representative sides in indoor cricket. These top-level indoor cricketers participate in the Indoor Cricket National Championships annually in a different location, where they battle it out against other States, to become national champions. The Southern Spiders consist of Masters teams, junior teams and open teams (including Lord's Taverners), with each Championship taking place over a different week in winter. The country's best players are selected to represent Australia in an international series to follow, based on their performance during the ICNC.
To find out more about getting involved in indoor cricket, click here.
The Outbacks women compete annually in the Australian Cricket Country Championships. They represent the best female players from regional areas in South Australia. The Outbacks women won their first ACCC title in 2018. For more about the ACCC, click here.
The Outbacks men compete annually in the Australian Cricket Country Championships. They represent the best male players from regional areas in South Australia. For more about the ACCC, click here.
SACA's disability teams participate annually in the National Cricket Inclusion Championships, where teams play in three divisions:
The Desert Peas are South Australia's Aboriginal women's team competing in the annual National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs. 2018 was the first time that SA had fielded an Aboriginal women's side, after they competed for the first time the year prior in the community division of the Imparja Cup.
The Boomerangs are South Australia's Aboriginal men's team competing in the annual National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs.
For information about outdoor youth squads participating in their respective annual National Championships, click here.