Indoor cricket is a fast and action paced version of the game for players of all ages, genders and abilities.
The game is played between teams of 6 to 8 players with a specially designed ball on indoor courts enclosed by netting. This creates a safe environment that is never washed out, and with rules that ensure everyone bats bowls and fields, the action and fun is guaranteed
Since its beginnings in the late 1970’s indoor cricket has grown to be played by more than 190,000 participants in over 100 centres across Australia.
Competitions are played from social to international levels with three national competitions played annually involving players from 12 and under through to 45 and over.
International events are held annually with a World Cup, Junior World Series and Masters World Series played on a three year rotation.
Australia has been highly successful at the international level and are currently champions in all divisions. At the most recent World Cup held in Johannesburg, South Africa in October 2011, Australia won all four divisions - Mens, Womens, 19 and under boys and 19 and under girls.
The Mens team have now won every World Cup (8) since its inception in 1995 and the Womens team all seven on offer.
More information on the World Indoor Cricket Federation
If you are interested in getting involved or have general query about Indoor Cricket, please get in touch with the appropriate National or State/Territory contact below.