About the project

There is a definitive need for the provision of year-round resources, support systems and infrastructure to help reduce the impact the great distances between the state's major towns and remote communities can cause. With the support of donors contributing to our target of $100,000 per annum, resources can be provided for teachers to embrace cricket as part of the school curriculum, up-skill coaches and administrators, establish more T20 Blast and in2Cricket centres, as well as the creation of community and intra-school carnivals.

Through donations to the Northwest Cricket Program, thee entry level and junior cricket participation can be increased in the Pilbara and Kimberley regions, with the aim to:

  • Inspire the next generation of cricketers
  • Encourage a healthy lifestyle
  • Extend the education lifecycle
  • Bring communities together 


  • WACA Female Pathway Program Banner

    Western Australian Cricket Association

    WACA Female Pathway Program: The WACA Female Pathway Program focuses on the continued development and success of WA cricket’s female pathways and providing opportunities for all females to participate in the game.

    View this project
  • WA Cricket Foundation Banner

    Western Australian Cricket Association

    WA Cricket Foundation: The WA Cricket Foundation supports the Western Australian Cricket Association’s vision to develop all levels of cricket in WA and ensure a long and successful future for the WACA Ground.

    View this project
  • WACA Ground Development Banner

    Western Australian Cricket Association

    WACA Ground Development: The Western Australian Cricket Association is resolute in its vision to remain the home of cricket in WA and provide the cricket and wider community with a world-class boutique facility.

    View this project
  • Archie Agnew

    I live in Tom Price I would like players from Warriors team to coach me

Stay up to date with everything happening at the sports foundation