The break is over, NSW Premier Cricket is back this weekend!
Live streaming will begin on Saturday, January 8, with some huge fixtures in the Belvidere Cup. Northern District will be looking to make it eight from eight for the season but are up against an x-factor Penrith side that have home-ground advantage (Howell Oval). Mosman will also aim to stay undefeated but can expect to face a tough challenge as they meet a Gordon side who know no fear (Allan Border Oval).
The Belvidere Cup match to watch this weekend features a fourth placed St George versus eight placed Manly-Warringah (Hurstville Oval). Should Manly get the victory, they would more than likely find themselves in the top 6.
Matches are available to view via the NSW Men’s Premier Cricket Match Centre – CLICK HERE
View the NSW Women’s Premier Cricket ladder – CLICK HERE
Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup Conference Semi-Finals have been postponed
Players from a number of competing clubs have returned positive PCR tests for COVID-19.
The Sydney Cricket Association's Committee of Management acknowledged the efforts of all competing clubs to field squads for Sunday, however have determined it to be in everyone's best interest to postpone all T20 weekend fixtures.
After careful consideration of player and officials health and safety and having regard to the status and integrity of the competition, the following revised schedule has been set.
Sunday, January 23 2022 - Conference Semi-Finals
Sydney Sixers Conference
Mosman v UNSW at Allan Border Oval
Randwick Petersham v St George at Coogee Oval
Sydney Thunder Conference
Sydney University vs Blacktown Mounties at University Oval
Parramatta vs Western Suburbs at Old Kings Oval
Wednesday, January 26 2022 - Conference Finals
Sunday, February 6 2022 - Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup Final
Cricket NSW appreciates your understanding during these difficult circumstances.
IMPORTANT RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES
No more than two people in change rooms at any one time and players should only enter to pad up or change clothing
Players and officials must sit outside whilst watching the match
All pre-match and post-match team meetings are to be conducted outdoors
Maintain a safe distance during wicket celebrations (no hugging, high fives etc)
No shaking hands at the conclusion of the match
Post-match meetings between the captains and umpires are to be conducted outdoors
Scorers are to keep a safe distance from one another, and where possible score outdoors. If this cannot be done, scorers must wear a mask indoors.
These guidelines are in addition to the COVID-19 Supplement Playing Conditions already in place.
View Health and Safety Protocols NSW Premier Cricket
View COVID-19 Supplement Playing Conditions