Community cricket is played across the Territory, with grade competitions at junior and senior level.
Endorsed by Cricket Australia, MILO in2Cricket is an 8-10 week introduction program for girls and boys between five and 10 years of age.
MILO T20 Blast gives kids their first experience of playing games of cricket in a fun and social setting
NT Cricket aims to support and develop Indigenous competition and players from the red dust to the baggy green - cricket for all Territorians.
There are women's cricket competitions held in Darwin and Alice Springs. The women's competitions are played in the spirit of fun, fitness and friendship, with players ranging from 13 to 50 years-old.
Grade Cricket is played in Darwin, Alice Springs, Katherine and Tennant Creek
Coach education is vital to ensure coaches engage relevant and current tools to deliver a positive cricket experience to players and their parents.
Umpires are an integral part of any cricket game. Authorised training and education programs ensure high levels of umpire competence throughout the Northern Territory.
The scorer's job is one that requires considerable concentration. Scorer's work in pairs, one from each team, to record all scores, changes of bowlers, incoming batsmen, names of fieldsmen who took catches, and all other play on the ground.
NT Cricket is not-for-profit organisation so volunteers are very important to us - no matter how big or small your role may be.
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