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Blues and Jets face off in T20 blockbuster
  The Statewide Women’s Twenty20 competition goes into its second round this weekend with the potential for more competitive matches after some lop-sided fixtures in round one. Kensington will be quietly confident as they make their journey to Southern District this weekend. The Browns were too good for a strong West Torrens outfit last week with reigning Karen Rolton medallist Sarah Lowe doing most of the damage with the ball. Their opponents, Southern District had an innings they would l...
Jets look to continue their flying start
  The West End men’s competition combines with the One Day Cup for a second week after a round one that saw plenty of upsets. After having the bye last weekend, Southern District will be raring to go this weekend when they travel to Henley to take on a West Torrens side who are licking their wounds from last week’s thrashing by Tea Tree Gully. After failing to make finals following their 2015-16 premiership triumph, Josh Barrett’s men will be desperate to claim a big scalp early in the sea...
Premier Cricket Rising Star - Round 1
                          Tea Tree Gully off-spinner Joshua Macey has been rewarded with the round one Rising Star nomination after his maiden five-wicket haul in his side’s victory against last year’s reigning premiers West Torrens. After some big hitting from Matthew Weaver (65) and Patrick Page Jnr (94), Tea Tree Gully went into the field to defend their score of 6/292. A strong start from Tim Oakley (2/26) saw the Eagles in tr...
Patterson,Lowe star as Browns clip Eagles wings
Kensington 4/112 defeated West Torrens 5/110 Kensington have had a successful start to their title defence, with the Browns taking care of a determined West Torrens outfit. After winning the toss and batting first, West Torrens got off to a shaky start with Sarah Lowe (3/14) tearing through the Eagles’ top order to see them 2/13 early in the innings. Angela Treloar (56) and Lauren Ebsary (25) brought the Eagles back into the game with a 58-run partnership, before a brilliant piece of fielding f...
Raging Bulls charge on in round one
Kensington 8/204 defeated by Adelaide University 2/205 A dominant display from both Samuel Kerber and Ben Wakim saw Adelaide University prove too good for Kensington, as the Blacks went on to claim an eight-wicket victory to start the season. After losing the toss and being sent into bat, Kensington opening duo Johnathon Dalton (46) and Henry Dall (19) compiled 50 runs prior to the first wicket. Adelaide University’s Luke Crocker then (3/34) tore through the rest of the Browns top order. Kensin...
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South Australian Cricket Umpires & Scorers Association
The season has started - which means that SACUSA membership subs are due. But what exactly do members receive for their money? Join or renew now to: Attend monthly in-season meetings, where you can enjoy a social catch-up with colleagues, and a free BBQ dinner Access a subsidised price when purchasing a ticket to the annual Bradman Medal Dinner & Presentation Access opportunities to discuss cricket officiating methods and experiences with others officiating in a wide range of cricket levels...
Premier Cricket is back!
This weekend marks the start of the much anticipated 2017-18 SACA Premier Cricket season with the West End Men’s, Statewide women’s and all junior competitions commencing from Saturday. The West End men’s competition will kick-start with a one-day fixture, with all teams playing for both two-day points and points in the West End One Day Cup. West Torrens will travel to Tea Tree Gully to commence their title defence in both competitions, whilst the Bulls will be hoping to start fresh this season...
2017/18 Premier Cricket Launch
                                                    The SACA wishes to invite all club representatives to the Preseason-Forum night on Wednesday September 13, held in the Ian McLachlan Room from 6:00pm – 7:30pm.   The night will cover off a lot of important topics ahead of the 2017/18 season and will include presenters such as Tim Nielsen and Andrea McCauley as ...
Premier Cricket - Laws of Cricket resource centre
The South Australian Cricket Association has put together a resource centre to accommodate for the recent changes to the MCC Laws of Cricket. Please see below the links to the following documents. Once you click on the individual heading you will be able to download and save each document.   Please note that the implementation of all the new changes will be dependent on each individual association and their respective playing conditions. This will be communicated by the associations to the...

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