Indigenous Cricket

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 several ways to get involved.

The Imparja Cup, incorporating the National Indigenous Cricket Championships, is Australia's premier national Indigenous cricket carnival held annually in Alice Springs. 

NT Cricket also supports a number of Indigenous cricket carnivals: the Winga Shield in the Tiwi Islands, Dingo Cup in Timber Creek, Barra Cup in Borroloola, Nitmiluk Cup in Katherine, the Rossy Williams Shield in Tennant Creek, the Uluru Cup, the Wauchope vs The World Super 8s event in Wauchope and the Lingalonga Festival Cricket Carnival in Batchelor. 

In addition, the Avon Downs Charity Match, supporting the Royal Flying Doctors, is on in July.

The Northern Territory Aboriginal Cricket Advisory Committee

Australian cricket is seeking expressions of interest from community members to join State and Territory Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Cricket Advisory Committees.

Each advisory committee has the responsibility and scope to offer advice to the board and management of their respective cricket associations on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander involvement in cricket. Visit for further information and to access each State and Territory advisory committee’s terms of reference.

Strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander governance and community representation is critical to Australian cricket realising its vision to be a sport of choice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The Terms of Reference for the Advisory Group can be downloaded here.

A resume and two-page submission addressing the selection criteria should be submitted to NT CricketTo view the Print Advert please click hereTo discuss applications please contact Mitch Farnell on or 08 8944 8900.

For further details, contact NT Cricket at or 8944 8900.