The SACA Premier Cricket competition has a rich and diverse history, that has accommodated some of the world’s most prolific cricketers. Since its inception in the 1897 season, the competition has undergone a series of name changes. Originally referred to as ‘electorate cricket’ until 1905, the competition was then known as ‘District cricket’ between 1905 until 1993. The competition will be renamed the West End Premier Cricket Competition, effective as of season 2015-16.
The Premier cricket competition currently offers 21 various grades, including two-day, one-day and Twenty20 formats of the game for men and women.
For more information regarding the Premier Cricket competition, click on the sub menu's below or contact the SACA Competitions Coordinator Anthony Jennings.