Indoor Cricket National Championships hit off at Casey Stadium

Calling all fans of Indoor Cricket! The best indoor cricket action will be happening right in our own backyard over the next two weeks as Casey stadium hosts the Indoor Cricket National Championships from 26 June to 9 July.

Seven State and Territories will be represented, with over 800 players and officials taking part across five open age divisions and five junior divisions.

The open age divisions will commence on Sunday 26 June, with finals to be played on Saturday 2 July. The junior divisions will commence on Saturday 2 July, with finals to be played on Saturday 9 July.

W/BBL contracted players Sarah Coyte (NSW Captain/Coach), Meagan Dixon (QLD Captain), Clint Hinchliffe (WA Captain), and Tegan McPharlin (SA) will all be in action at the championships.

City of Casey Chair of Administrators, Noelene Duff PSM, said it was an honour to host the prestigious championship in Casey and encouraged local sports fans to take the opportunity to get along and enjoy some of the matches.

“This year’s championships celebrate the return of indoor cricket to the national stage for the first time since 2019, and I’m sure players and spectators will be thrilled to be back enjoying the game,” Ms Duff said.

“Council recognises the immense value of sports, both as a vehicle for personal well being but also for building stronger community connections, and we are proud that Casey Stadium was chosen as the venue for this event that will attract visitors from right across Australia.”

Entry to the National Championships is free. Check the Cricket Australia Indoor Facebook

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