Cricket in the Community

The MILO in2CRICKET Program offers children aged 5 to 10 years the opportunity to kick start their cricket career, learn lots of new cricket skills as well as important social skills, make new friends and most importantly - HAVE FUN!

Fast, Active, Energetic games are available now for Boys and Girls aged 5 years and up.

Junior Cricket is organised via seven (7) different junior cricket associations across the wider metropolitan area. Teams are organised by age groups ranging from Under 9s to Under 17s. Junior cricket is also available in the country regions.

The WACA offers many opportunities for schools to participate in cricket, including the School Ambassador Programs, specialised schools program, and MILO in2CRICKET.

The WACA plays an integral role in the development of cricketers and coaches within Western Australian cricket. The WACA provides a variety of coaching courses and programs to the cricket fraternity of Western Australia.

Being a part of the family of WACA umpires is a great way to become involved in an elite sport or to stay involved if you have previously been a player. Anyone with a passion for cricket can become an umpire.

Includes the exciting corporate cricket competition, beach cricket and Street Cricket League.

Country cricket has had a strong affiliation with the WACA for over 100 years with the first formal link being established in 1907 with the introduction of the now annual Senior Country Week competition.