Cricket Clubs for Kids in South Australia (SA)

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North Pines Cricket Club
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North Pines Cricket Club is located in the Salisbury council offering cricket for every family member to play. Girls, boys, women and men's teams are available in all age groups. Our members are all from a diverse cultural background. The NPCC is proud of its community ties adopting a safe family environment with gender and cultural equality. NPCC offer cricket in the following formats; Milo Cricket, T20 Blast, U11-17 girls T20 Blast, U9, U11, U13, U15, U16, Women's and men's teams. Everyone is ...
Cricket

30-08-2016

Great family multicultural orienrated club that caters for everyone highly recommend for any one looking to get involved in a cricket club

Cricket Registration

From 28-08-2016 To 31-03-2017

Its never too late to register to play cricket. If you missed the first registration just contact the NPCC contact shown on the home page.

South Australian Blind Cricket Club Inc.
South Australian Blind Cricket club is a non for profit organisation that aims to provide sporting opportunities for children who are blind or vision impaired of all ages to participate in a unique and fun sport. We have players from all age groups with a vast array of experiences. South Australian Blind Cricket has professional coaching at its disposal and can teach you the game. Our sport is played in the summer months October - March each year. We participate in several formats including ...
Originally formed in 1888, The Tanunda Cricket Club is a family orientated cricket club catering for all age and skill levels, situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley in Tanunda. We cater for all ages from young children with our Milo in2Cricket sessions right through to any ages with our junior and senior sides. Should player numbers permit, we strive to have sides in the U10, U12, U14 & U16 competitions for juniors along with two 2-day and one 1-day cricket sides in the seniors. Anybody ...
Scotch College Old Collegians Association
The role of the Scotch College Old Collegians' Association is to promote and continue unity and friendship among the members of the Association and the Scotch College community. Services provided by the association include scholarships and support for various sporting clubs. A host of special events are held regularly including the Annual City Dinner, reunions, community dinners and the biannual Back to the Blue and Gold ball.
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