Premier Cricket | Competitions Overview

Joondalup Districts Cricket Club won their second Alcohol.Think Again First Grade premiership in three years with victory over Gosnells in the 2014-15 Grand Final at the WACA Ground.
 
The WA District Cricket Council (WADCC)
The Western Australian District Cricket Council is the body that is responsible for the management of Premier Cricket in Western Australia. Each of the 16 Premier Cricket clubs are represented by a delegate and the day to day affairs are managed by the WADCC Management Committee in conjunction with the WACA Competitions Department. Click here to view the 2015-16 fixtures. The WADCC is responsible for the following competitions:

WACA Alcohol. Think Again Premier Cricket Competition
The WACA Alcohol. Think Again Premier Cricket Competition is the top club competition in Western Australia, with players vying for Warriors, Scorchers and national team selection. Retiring international and first class players wishing to continue playing will generally return to their original club. Sixteen Premier Cricket clubs play 15 matches, seven two-day and eight one-day matches, with the top six sides making the finals.

One Day League
The One Day League is contested by the 16 Premier Cricket clubs. The top four sides progress to the semi finals.

Colts
The Colts competition is contested by the 16 Premier Cricket clubs, as well as the Country Colts. The top four sides progress to the semi finals.

Statewide T20 Cup
The Statewide T20 Cup offers Premier Cricket clubs, Country Associations, CricketWest Associations and the WA Indigenous XI the opportunity to play the popular T20 form of the game. The Country Cup and CricketWest Cup are used to determine which Associations progress to the Statewide Qualifier Round, whilst the Premier Cricket clubs play three qualifying rounds on a zonal basis. 12 teams (six Premier sides, three CricketWest Associations, two Country Associations and the WA Indigenous XI) qualify for the Statewide Qualifier Round, with matches played at four venues. The winners at each venue qualify for the semi finals.
 
Premier Juniors (Under 17 & Under 15)
This is a Saturday morning competition featuring teams from each Premier Cricket club playing a 12-round season. Six teams progress to the finals.

Premier Juniors (Under 14 & Under 13)
This is a Sunday afternoon competition featuring teams from each Premier club. They play in divisions of eight (north and south), with the top two teams in each division playing off at the semi final stage.

Masters
This is a social competition played on Sunday afternoons over seven rounds. All players are over 35 years of age.
 
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