Programs and initiatives such as Deadly Cricket, the Woolworths Cricket Blast and the Kambarang Cricket Carnival are delivered in regional areas due to the generosity and support of the WACF.

Recently, the WACA worked alongside the Stephen Michael Foundation to deliver the Murchison Carnival in Cue, a rural town in the Mid-West region of WA.

More than 100 boys and girls between 8-17 years from remote towns in the region attended the multi-sport carnival.

The carnival was a resounding success and a welcome opportunity for the WACF to return to regional towns following the relaxing of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic restrictions.

The WACA thank the Stephen Michael Foundation and its partners, alongside the Shire of Cue, for helping to bring cricket to Aboriginal children in the Murchison region.

With the establishment of a Woolworths Blast centre in nearby Mount Magnet, WACA project officers are excited to return to the region soon as the game continues to flourish in the Mid-West.