2017 AUSTRALIAN MASTERS INDOOR CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIPS KICK OFF AT ACTION INDOOR SPORTS KAMBAH

Chris Henry of the ACT Over 40 Men advances down the wicket against New South Wales during the 2014 Australian Masters Indoor Cricket Championships

Chris Henry of the ACT Over 40 Men advances down the wicket against New South Wales during the 2014 Australian Masters Indoor Cricket Championships Image: Michael Storrs

The 2017 Australian Masters Indoor Cricket Championships will begin today in Canberra.

Twenty-one teams will compete across four divisions - 35 & Over Men, 40 & Over Men, 45 & Over Men and 50 & Over Men - at Action Indoor Sports Kambah.

The tournament will run from Sunday 21 May until Saturday 27 May, with all four division finals to be played on the final day of competition.

Queensland dominated the 2016 edition of the Masters Indoor Cricket Championships, winning the 40 & Over, 45 & Over and 50 & Over Men’s divisions. New South Wales won the 35 & Over Men’s division.

Queensland teams also make up the majority of this year’s competition, with a side from Queensland and North Queensland participating in all four divisions. The ACT, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia also have multiple teams competing, while South Australia is represented in the 50 & Over Men’s division.

Twelve matches will be live-streamed via www.indoor.cricket.com.au and the Cricket Australia Indoor Facebook Page across 26 May and 27 May, including all division preliminary finals and finals.

At this year’s event, players will not only be competing for national championships, but also for individual honours.

Four Australian teams will be selected to compete at the 2017 Trans-Tasman Masters Series being played in Tauranga, New Zealand, in October.

For full fixtures, scores and updates throughout the tournament, visit www.indoor.cricket.com.au, follow @CA_Indoor and @CricketACT on Twitter or head to the Cricket Australia Indoor Facebook Page.

Divisions

35 & Over Men: ACT, New South Wales, North Queensland, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia

40 & Over Men: ACT, New South Wales, North Queensland, Queensland, Western Australia

45 & Over Men: New South Wales, North Queensland, Queensland, Western Australia

50 & Over Men: ACT, New South Wales, North Queensland, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria

Finals (all played on Sunday 27 May)

12pm: 40 & Over Men

12pm: 50 & Over Men

2.15pm: 35 & Over Men

2.15pm: 45 & Over Men

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