The Western Australian Cricket Association has brought a piece of history into the present, today launching a digital replica of the first ever Test match-day program to commemorate the WACA Ground’s final Ashes duel.
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Results are a mixed bag around the state following Day 1 of Round 8 of the Alcohol.Think Again Premier Cricket competition.
Round 8 of the Alcohol.Think Again Premier Cricket competition gets underway this weekend and we have all the team news and previews.
The WACA today unveiled its The Doctor’s In Pop-Up Museum, showcasing key moments in the WACA Ground’s history ahead of the historic venue’s final Ashes Test match.
The introduction of the WACA’s Integrated Cricket League (ICL) has taken hold, with the competition expanding from six teams in 2016-17 to around 90 registered players in 2017-18.
Last week the WACA launched The Doctor's In ahead of the final Ashes test at the WACA Ground. The book commemorates the memories and moments the WACA Ground has seen over it's history.
Reg Gates was part of the scoreboard team for 20 years, becoming a valued member, and one that kept the Scoreboard ticking over through the hot summers and long days across all forms of cricket.
Margie Oldfield won the WA Cricket Volunteer of the Year award for 2016-17 and followed it up by taking out the National Cricket Volunteer of the Year award. We thank her for her contribution to our great game. Hear her story.
The Alcohol.Think Again Western Fury is Western Australia’s peak female State representative cricket team.
The Alcohol.Think Again Western Warriors is Western Australia’s peak male State representative cricket team.