NT Cricket aims to provide opportunities for all Territorians to enjoy cricket, wherever they live. We deliver cricket clinics, carnivals and workshops in locations throughout the Northern Territory.
NT Cricket's Remote Red Dust Program, supported by the Lord's Taverners Northern Territory, delivers cricket skills and activities in a community and region. Game Development Officers utilise MILO in2CRICKET, MILO T20 Blast, Community Carnivals, School Cups and skills workshops to provide cricket opportunities for all members of an NT community. NT Cricket staff work in partnership with Regional Councils and community leaders to build capacity throughout the wider community, to ensure that cricket is an ongoing sport option in the region.
Click here to find out more about NT Cricket's Remote Red Dust Program.
Click here to watch an overview of remote cricket programs.
Click here to complete an Expression of Interest form if you are interested in becoming a casual Game Development Officer in a remote community.
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.
2016 Community Cricket Carnival Dates