Cricket’s more than a game. It’s Day One of the Adelaide Test or practicing in the nets after school. It’s Saturdays in the sun, and catching up with friends.
As a Member of the South Australian Cricket Association, you play a key role in ensuring the health of our game. Delivering the Adelaide Test, supporting the next generation of South Australian players and keeping cricket in schools is all made possible because of your continuing support for SACA.
Founded in 1871, every generation of Members have made decisions to keep the game thriving and growing. Our generation, more than any other, has seen a massive change in the world and the sport – but the structure behind it hasn’t. The decades old constitution and legal structure hasn’t kept up. And with more competition from other sports for the next generation of talent, along with venues and states putting up a fight for prestigious test matches – the South Australian Cricket Association needs to change the way it works to ensure the game has a future as fertile as it’s past.
So, what do you hope SA cricket will look like over the next 5-10 years? Share your views in the panel to the right.
In conversations over the last 6 months – Members have made it clear we want a cricket association that continues to deliver the greatest sporting events on the calendar, grow investment in grassroots cricket, attracts a new generation of families, and develops leading talent.
To meet these challenges, South Australian Cricket fans need a healthy and sustainable organisation with modern governance – one that’s transparent and accountable to all Members.