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Female Cricket

There are many ways for females of all ages and skill levels to get involved in Cricket in NSW

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Participation for everyone

Junior Blasters

This is the entry level skills programs for girls and boys aged 5 – 8. Hosted by cricket clubs throughout NSW, it’s a great way to learn the fundamental skills of cricket.

Find your local Junior Blasters Centre at

Girls Only Master Blasters Centres

Master Blasters is a great way to play cricket. You'll learn all the skills of the game in a fun, active way that includes music and dancing!
There are Girls Only centres across NSW. Visit to find one nearby.

Master Blasters School Cups

All schools across NSW and ACT are invited to take part in one of our Master Blasters Schools Cups (gala days).  There are days for Years 3/4, Years 5/6 and Year 7/8. Gala days take place in Terms 3 and 4 and winning teams have the opportunity to progress to State and National finals.

Talk to your Sport Coordinator to find out if your daughter’s school takes part.


Sixers and Thunder Girls Cricket Leagues

These are club-based leagues played on Saturday afternoons for girls aged 10 – 17. Clubs across metro Sunday compete against each other in a T20 game that lasts approximately 2 ½ hours.  There are plans in place to expand into regional areas in the near future.

Join a Club at or


Sydney Women’s Cricket

This is the Women’s Grade competition across Sydney. It offers competitive T20 and One Day matches for players in First to Third Grade as well as Under 18 Brewer Shield.

For more information:


Women’s Big Bash League 

New in 2015, the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) is aligned with the Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder BBL teams. The format will be T20 games with high profile local and international players.

Follow your team at


NSW Breakers

The all-conquering NSW Breakers are our women’s NSW State team. They take part in one day (50 over) matches against the other States.

Follow the State’s elite women players here:

Twitter: @NSWBreakers

Facebook: Cricket NSW

If you have questions or would like to know more about any of these programs or competitions, please contact Julie Stafford, Community Engagement Manager on