Following the success of the KSCA Women's Gala Days in 2017/18, the SCA Committee of Management are thrilled to announce the inception of a KSCA Women's Competition, scheduled to commence in the 2018/19 season.
The premise and objective of the competition is to allow clubs and players to participate in a relaxed, flexible and social environment, with the competition aiming to cater for entry level cricketers and those players seeking to develop their skills without the commitment of playing every weekend in the competition's first season,.
Players participating in the SCA Women's competition will take the first steps towards an inclusive, vibrant and structured pathway into community Cricket and it is hoped that the competition will grow in line with feedback driven by our players and officials.
It is not too late for clubs to register their involvement, with the season kicking off with a season opening Gala Day on Sunday 18 November at Cadbury Oval No. 1 & No. 2.
To assist in your club's involvement, please note below key information/details for the upcoming season. If your club would like more information, or register for the upcoming season, please contact CT's Eamonn Doherty on 6282 0449 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who is able to participate?
All Southern Tasmania Cricket Clubs from the below associations:
Clubs are able to nominate as many teams as they like. It is seven players per team/fielders so if there is an opportunity to nominate more than one team, go for it!
Which clubs have already registered their involvement?
It is with great pleasure that the following clubs have registered their interest in the competition's inaugural season. As stated above, It is not too late for any clubs in Southern Tasmania to register their involvement, with the season kicking off with a season opening Gala Day on Sunday 18 November at Cadbury Oval No. 1 & No. 2.
What are the dates for the season and when will it be played?
What is the playing format/rules?
The playing format is designed to maximize success and maximize participation to all those involved. Summary below:
Unlimited dismissals. When batters are dismissed, they simply change ends. Bowling teams can be rewarded with runs/wickets.
We don’t have any players that have Club Uniform? Can we just wear activewear/cricket whites?
Although it is encouraged that players wear a club top, it is not mandated, nor will it be monitored by the match officials/competition administrators. Players are able to wear active wear in lieu of official club clothing