There are a wide range of playing options for girls and women of all ages who want to play cricket.
Junior Blasters (Ages 5-7)
Junior Blasters is the nationwide format for introducing children to cricket. The Junior Blasters Program features lots of fun, fast paced activities that improve cricket skills and social skills.
Nearly every cricket club in Perth runs a Junior Blasters Centre and each centre is welcoming to boys and girls. For more information about Junior Blasters visit playcricket.com.au.
Master Blasters (Ages 7-10)
Master Blasters is an exciting new format that uses the skills learnt from Junior Blasters and builds on them in a game environment. Short, fast paced games allow for skill development as well an opportunity for people to learn cricket. For more information visit playcricket.com.au
Perth Scorchers Girls League (Ages 10-17)
The Perth Scorchers Girls League is the junior girl’s community competition in WA. This competition is open for girls aged 10 to 17 years of all abilities and skill levels.
Head to scorchersgirls.wa.cricket.com.au for all information about the league, including rules, club contacts, news and events.
To find your nearest club www.playcricket.com.au
Premier Cricket Youth League (Under17)
The Youth League is the Premier Cricket option for girls under the age of 17 who demonstrate the talent/potential to play senior Premier Cricket and perhaps ultimately, State cricket.
The Youth League will help support the development of underage state team players and encompasses both 20 and 40 over formats.
Played Sunday mornings from October to March, involving teams from six Premier Clubs.
Sunset Scorchers is a social female competition offered at various locations around Perth. This is a short, modified, fun and social format of the game played in the twilight evenings of the summer nights. This format uses all plastic equipment and no experience is required.
Please email Elisa for more information around Sunset Scorchers.
Perth Scorchers Women’s League
The Perth Scorchers Women’s League is a community club based competition with modified T20 formats, played on Sunday afternoons around the Perth metropolitan area.
This competition is suited for participants looking to continue their community cricket journey past juniors and is appropriate for all ability levels.
For more information for interested clubs and individuals please contact Caitlin Spencer.
The Female Premier Club Cricket competition is for women and girls progressing out of Community Cricket and is the pinnacle of competitive club cricket in Perth.
It is played on Sundays around the Perth metropolitan area. Both T20 and 40/50 over formats are played through A and B Grade teams.