Schools | Secondary Schools Competitions
Competition Outline
The secondary schools cricket competitions are open to all secondary school aged children and are conducted by the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) together with the Western Australian Schools Cricket Council (WASCC). The Kim Hughes Shield is the premier schools cricket competition in WA.

The competition's purpose is to provide WA secondary school students with an opportunity to participate in formats of cricket suited to all levels of ability. It is also designed to encourage schools to foster good sportsmanship and embrace the spirit and values of cricket in their school and community.
 
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School Competitions

MILO T20 Blast School Cups
For: Years 7/8/9 boys and girls

A modified T20 format with boys and girls teams competing in a carnival day. This competition is aimed at students who want to enjoy a fun and exciting version of cricket and may not have played before.

Schools compete in regional Inter School Cups, with the winners progressing to the State Finals. For more information, contact your local CRICKET OFFICER.

Geoff Marsh & Peta Verco
For: Years 10-12 Boys and Girls
When:
    • South Carnival - TBC
    • North Carnival - TBC
    • Rockingham/Mandurah Carnival -TBC
A modified T20 format with boys and girls teams competing in a carnival day. The winning teams from each region progress to a finals tournament. 

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Note: Confirmation of the above carnivals will be dependent on the number of teams participating. A Minimum of four girls and four boys teams must be participating for the carnival to go ahead. 

Prize Money: Champions $125, Runners up $75
Geoff Marsh Shield 2013/14
Champion
Runners Up
South Carnival
Corpus Christi College
Kelmscott SHS
Rockingham Mandurah
Mandurah Catholic College
Frederick Irwin Anglican School
 
Peta Verco Shield 2013/14
Champion
Runner Up
South Carnival
Kelmscott SHS
Corpus Christi College
Rockingham-Mandurah
Frederick Irwin Anglican School Emmanuel Catholic College

Graeme Wood Shield
For: Years 10 - 12
When:
  • Rounds 1-3 -  Week Commencing 16th February 2015 (Term 1, Week 3)
  • Knockout - Week Commencing 9th March 2015 (Term 1, Week 6)
  • Quarter Finals - Week Commencing 16th March 2015 (Term 1, Week 7)
  • Semi Finals & Finals22Tuesday 31st of March 2015 (Peet Park, Kewdale)
This competition sees a large number of metropolitan and regional schools compete in a popular T20 format competition in honour of the prolific Test opener. Teams are required to arrange the matches themselves in an allocated week, however the semi finals and final are organised and hosted by the WACA.
 
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*Country Camp – PROPOSAL ONLY

This year, we are looking at running a Country camp for country schools participating in the Graeme Wood Shield. More information regarding the camp will be released in the coming months.

The idea behind the camp, is to try reduce the amount of travelling done by country schools, with the camp meaning they only need to travel once. The camp would also allow for more games to be played for each school, with all schools playing the same number of rounds and the winning school at the end of the camp progressing through to the semi finals, which will be held in Perth on Tuesday 31st March.

At this stage the proposal is as follows (TBC):-

Location: Perth (Venues TBC)

Dates: Wednesday 25thFebruary – Friday 27th February 2015 (TBC)

The ICC Cricket World Cup match between India and UAE will be held on Saturday 28th February. If the camp does go ahead, this will be a fantastic opportunity for schools participating to stay in Perth and attend the game if they would like to.

Prize Money: Champions $200, Runners up $150
2013/14 Champions: Mazenod College
                 Runners Up: Mater Dei COllege
 
Kim Hughes Shield
For: Generally top cricketers in Years 10 - 12
When:
  • Rounds 1-3 - TBC
  • Quarter Finals - TBC
  • Semi Finals - TBC
  • Grand Final – TBC
A limited overs competition contested by both metropolitan and regional schools in the south west corner of the state. The state's top cricket schools annually take part in the competition.
 
Prize Money: Champions $400, Runners up $250
2013/14 Champions: Kent Street Senior High School
                 Runners Up: Bunbury Cathedral Grammar

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WA Schools Representative Match

Associated Catholic Colleges vs Government Secondary Schools

Venue: WACA
Date: Wednesday 1st of April 2015 (Venue 2015)