Played all year round, Indoor Cricket matches last just over one hour and are played by teams of only six or eight players.
Indoor Cricket is a fun and fast paced form of the game that can be played all year round.
The format provides opportunities for skill development in all areas of the game, as well as the chance to play the game with your friends and meet new people.
Depending on the format matches typically last between 45-75 minutes, with anywhere between 4 and 8 people per-side. The ball used is also softer than a standard outdoor cricket ball, reducing the need for protective equipment.
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There are indoor centres right across NSW that offer a range of junior and senior competitions catering for all abilities.
Find out more about playing indoor cricket in your local area:
The elite pathway culminates with Indoor Cricket National Championships (ICNC) for each of the Junior, Open & Master age groups along with Australian teams who compete at annual World Indoor Championships and Series.
For more information on the Representative Program opportunities head to isnsw.org.au
National Indoor Cricket League (NICL)
The NICL is Australia’s premier Indoor Cricket invitational league that sees the top Indoor Centres, clubs and teams from across the country compete for a share in prize money.
Matches are played regularly (April-August) in 10 Men’s Zones and six Women’s Zones, with two matches live-streamed each Sunday evening via Facebook and the NICL website. The competition culminates with a Final Series played over one weekend with the winning teams from each zone competing.
Click here for NICL Fixtures, Results and Ladders.