Senior Cricket

Season Fixture & Dates
Pre-Season Training Indoors: 13 August – 24 September

Regular Season Training Outdoors Begins: 27th September

First Match: October 13

Season Runs: October – March

New players are welcome to join at any time.

Where do we train?
We train at the upper oval of Allen Park in Swanbourne. We offer the opportunity to train on turf nets as well as ‘astro turf’ hard decks.

Training Days & Times
Training during regular season takes place Tuesdays & Thursdays at Allen Park from 5:30pm onwards.

What days do we play on?
Matches are played on Saturdays starting at 1pm.

Who do we compete against?
Swanbourne Cricket Club competes in the Western Australia Suburban Turf Cricket Association.

With 22 clubs and turf wicket facilities spread across the Perth metropolitan area, WASTCA sees over 2000 players taking to the field each weekend, across more than a dozen grades in two-day, one-day and T20 competitions.

Club Fees:
Seniors $400
Students $250

Club fees cover everything you need for an enjoyable summer of cricket including all Match Day fees for the season, preparation & maintenance of club facilities, Groundskeeping & Turf Deck Curation, Club Equipment, Blowing Machine Use, Coaching Staff & much more!

How many teams do we have?
We have ample opportunity for members to play across the 2-day, 1-day and T20 competitions.

We currently have 6 competing teams:
  • 4 x 2-day teams
  • 1 x 1-day team
  • 1 x T20 team

What skill level do I need to play?
All skill levels are welcomed at Swanbourne. We are a social sporting club that love getting the most out of our summer of cricket. That means, competing hard on the park, as well as getting back to the club for a nice cold beer. Whether your a seasoned pro or just starting out, come down and get involved!

Is it too late to join?
It is never too late to come down. Get in touch with us, or simply come down to a Tuesday/Thursday training session and get involved.

What if I can only play some games?
No problem.

Many members have work commitments, or have personal events throughout the season that can keep them from being available for every game. Simply come down, get involved, and play the games you’re available for.