The competition runs from April to June and accounts for a wide range of playing abilities.
For those that are new to the sport, indoor cricket is the fast-paced version of it’s outdoor counterpart played inside a centre with high tension nets making up the court. Batsmen’s runs are awarded depending on which scoring zone they hit rather than how many times they run. Wickets result in minus five runs, rather than batsmen getting dismissed. In indoor cricket everyone gets a fair go as all players must bowl two overs and bat in a pair for four overs as well as not requiring equipment outside of a bat, gloves and protector.
The high paced game is played all over Australia as well as internationally at the WICF Indoor Cricket World Cup.
The ACT was fortunate enough to have two girls from the Women’s Super League competition represent their country at the Junior World Series played in New Zealand last year.
If interested as either a new or previous participant, please fill out the online form - CLICK HEREFor further information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org