Share in $500,000 through the Growing Cricket for Girls Fund!
Date of Event : Tue Jul 5, 2016 10:13AM

Cricket Australia is proud to announce the Growing Cricket For Girls Fund, an opportunity for community associations, clubs and secondary schools to share in $500,000 in funding to create new – and grow existing – opportunities for girls to play cricket.

The success of the Women’s Big Bash League has seen unprecedented interest in cricket and put women’s participation in sport in the national spotlight. Australian cricket is seizing the opportunity to make cricket the sport of choice for girls by providing a clear playing pathway and growing sustainable female participation.

More girls playing cricket means a stronger club/association. You can play a role in fast-tracking the development of girls competitions in your community by applying for funding to support and develop community level competitions and teams for girls aged 11-18.



Up to $5,000 is available
for Local Associations
/Regional Cricket Councils



Up to $2,000 is available for
community cricket clubs




Local Cricket Association and Regional Cricket Councils can apply for funding of up to
$5,000 per year over two
years to develop and deliver
girls competitions.



Local cricket clubs can apply
for up to $2,000 to develop
and grow the number of girls
teams playing in state or
territory recognised competitions.

















To take full advantage of this opportunity to grow your association through girls cricket, be sure to:

1) Read the funding guidelines at:
2) Promote the Growing Cricket For Girls Fund to your network.
3) Speak to your State/Territory Cricket Association to get their support and endorsement.
4) Submit an online application by Sunday, 7 August 2016.

The Growing Cricket For Girls Fund is a key component of Australian cricket’s inclusion and diversity
education program, A Sport For All. For additional information and to apply, visit

Remember to act on this opportunity to help strengthen your association by Sunday, 7 August 2016.

Last updated: Tuesday July 5, 2016 10:16AM