The aim: Retaining Teenagers in Cricket
Across Australia, the largest drop-off in Cricket participation occurs between the ages of 14-18
Sport Australia ‘AusPlay’ Cricket participation data. From page 6 of the report available here. https://tinyurl.com/wbjktkfk
QSDCA Pilot Bridging Competition
Information for Cricket Participants and Families
|Mini Test Match Format
Played over two days.
Each team bat/bowls each day.
No long days in the field.
|Bridging Junior to Senior Cricket
Competition for players 19 years and
younger, with up to four mentors 20 years
or older, in each team.
|Participant & Family friendly Playing Times
Saturday afternoons (pre-Xmas).
Outside of school holidays.
|Play & Compete at Different Levels
Teams graded accordingly.
|Played at local Cricket Clubs
Connect with your local Community,
via the Cricket Club.
Play on turf and/or synthetic wickets.
Standard Senior membership/match fees.
No Umpire fees (each team provides one).
Budget friendly match balls (Kooka 2-piece).