South Australia’s successful Emerging Redback program will welcome in six new players for 2015-16 as the state’s cricket program aims to continue to strengthen its depth at the elite level.
The West End Redbacks are looking to local talent for the 2015/16 season, with current Redbacks Adam Zampa and Callum Ferguson re-signing on multi-year contracts and three South Australian players added to the list.
The South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) can today confirm that 21-year-old batsman, Travis Head will become the 57th captain of South Australia.
The West End Redbacks have backed a mix of experience and youth in their 12-man squad for the opening Bupa Sheffield Shield match of the season, beginning Friday 31 October against the my FootDr Queensland Bulls at Adelaide Oval.
Speaking at team recovery this morning, West End Redbacks coach Darren Berry has called on his players to dig deep in their next match against the Alcohol. Think Again Western Warriors after opening their Matador One-Day Cup campaign with two narrow losses.
The South Australian Cricket Association can today confirm it has appointed Tim Nielsen to the position of General Manager, High Performance.
Cricket is being played in record numbers across South Australia according to independent participation figures announced by Cricket Australia today.
Nathan Lyon has re-written the record books, taking 5/34 – including a wicket with his first ball in Test cricket – in his debut Test match for Australia.
The South Australian Redbacks have progressed to the Airtel Champions League Twenty20 semi-finals undefeated, after beating Guyana by 15 runs at the Wanders Stadium in Johannesburg. The Redbacks put up a competitive total of 6-191, before Guyana put up a good chase to fall 15 runs short with a score of 7-176. “I’m not sure how […]
A superb bowling performance has seen the West End Redbacks defeat the DEC Victorian Bushrangers by six runs in the second of their matches against the Victorians in the NT Top End Twenty20 Challenge.
Redbacks captain Graham Manou will not be playing in the Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield match against the XXXX GOLD Queensland Bulls commencing at the GABBA today.
The Redbacks Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield team selected to play this week’s crucial match against the Bulls will train this morning prior to flying to Queensland.