Northern Territory Cricket is the peak cricket body in the NT and we aim to unite, inspire and support all those who love the sport.
The Northern Territory Cricket Ltd was formed in 1978.
Our vision is for "Growing Cricket in the North" giving mind to the unique circumstances we have to offer, including geography, climate and demographics. These specific opportunities will allow us to continue the significant growth and reach of Australia's favourite sport in the north, and heart of Australia.
Many players start their journey in the NT Cricket pathway and continue on to representative opportunities and higher honours. We're incredibly proud of our NT representatives and their achievements which equip and strengthen Australian Cricket.
Kane Richardson played his early cricket with PINT and Waratah Cricket Clubs, representing the NT in the U15 championships before moving to South Australia. Richardson was the BBL|08 leading wicket taker with Champions Melbourne Renegades and joined the Australia team tour of India and Dubai in early 2019 before being selected for the 2019 ICC World Cup in England. Richardson was awarded the 2020 Northern Territory Sportsperson of the Year.
D'Arcy Short is only the sixth Indigenous player to represent Australia, the Katherine born player, who played for Palmerston Cricket Club, moved to Perth to chase a professional cricket career. Short was named player of the BBL|07 and BBL|08 tournament playing for the Hobart Hurricanes in the summer of 2017/18 and 2018/19 which lead to his Australian T20 debut in February 2018. Short currently plays for Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield and Marsh One Day Cup, and Hobart Hurricanes in the BBL. Short was awarded the 2019 Northern Territory Sportsperson of the Year honours.
Tom Andrews started his career playing for Darwin Eagles Cricket Club in Darwin and represented the NT at both the U17 and U19 National Championships before going on to play for South Australia in the U23 squad. Andrews is currently contracted with Tasmania after being a South Australian contracted player previously.
Jake Weatherald, South Australian and Adelaide Strikers batsmen originating from Darwin was the first player to score a hundred in a BBL final, which he did in the 2018 Final against the Hobart Hurricanes. Weatherald is regarded as a player to watch with a bright future ahead of him and played with Tracy Village Cricket Club in Darwin.
NT Cricket Annual Report
- Cricket Australia Strategy 2017-2022
- NT Cricket Strategy 2018-2022 - Growing Cricket in the North
- Growing Cricket in the North - Board Discussion Paper
The Member Protection Policy aims to ensure the NT Cricket core values are respected and maintained by people involved in cricket. It aims to ensure every person involved in cricket is treated with respect and dignity, is safe and protected from abuse and that we provide a consistent and nurturing environment for all players and volunteers. NT Cricket seeks to prevent all forms of harassment, discrimination and abuse, and promote positive behaviours and values. Cricket should not and will not tolerate inappropriate or unlawful behaviour.
The NT Cricket Member Protection Policy refers to several internal NT Cricket Policies. For a copy of the relevant policy, please contact the NT Cricket at NTCricket@ntcricket.com.au or (08) 8944 8900
NTC Ltd. Constitution
The Northern Territory Cricket Association constitution can be found here.