You’re not going to want to miss this weekend’s action of NSW Premier Cricket!

What is poised to be the Belvidere Cup match of the round will take place on Saturday, January 15, at Asquith Oval. First place and undefeated Northern District face off against second place and also undefeated Mosman. Both teams will need their big guns to fire and we, the fans, will need the clouds to clear and the sun to shine.

Elsewhere, eighth placed UNSW play host to Sydney University, who are currently fourth, in what has been labelled the ‘intervarsity nerd-off’ (David Phillips South). With fourth to ninth place separated by six points, fixtures such as this are must-wins!

Live streaming will commence at 9:00am for UTS North Sydney versus Penrith. For all other fixtures, live streaming will begin at 10:00am.

Matches are available to view via the NSW Men’s Premier Cricket Match Centre –

Women’s Premier Cricket returns this Sunday, January 16, with all five fixtures being played in a T20 format.

There is one point separating third placed Northern District and fourth placed Bankstown, so when they face-off this Sunday, it will be competitive to say the least (Bankstown Oval).

Much of the same could be said about the game that will take place at Manly Oval. Fifth placed Penrith who sit on twenty-three points versus sixth placed Manly-Warringah, also on twenty-three points. All it takes is one match-winning performance to boost either side into the top four!

Live streaming begins at 3:00pm for Gordon’s match against Campbelltown-Camden (Chatswood Oval). For all other fixtures, live streaming will begin at 3:30pm.

Matches are available to view via the NSW Women’s Premier Cricket Match Centre – 

The Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup Conference Semi-Finals have been re-scheduled:

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


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.

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