About Indoor Cricket
It could be said that the only thing indoor cricket has in common with outdoor cricket is the name, as approaches and tactics can vary quite a bit. At its heart, indoor cricket is a team-oriented game.
The format of the game means that every player has to contribute with bat and ball, and players have plenty of opportunities to influence the outcome of the game. A key wicket or high scoring shot can galvanise a team like nothing else, bringing about huge momentum shifts in a very short space of time.
The atmosphere can be palpable and the games intense and at the end of the game sitting around with mates, you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else!
Indoor Cricket seasons
There a two main seasons, a Wet Season Competition and a Dry Season Competition. The Wet Season Competition runs from approx. April to August with the Dry Season Competition running from approx. September to March each year. The seasons culminate in two weeks of finals for eligible teams and the Grand Finals of all sports are played on the evening of the second Friday of finals.
Existing Team Captains or Organisers are often on the lookout for new players or fill ins. It’s a cool, easy way to meet new mates!
Everything is provided
If you’re putting in a team, we provide everything you’ll need to play including cricket balls, bats, gloves and umpires…the most difficult thing will be coming up with a team name!