Women

Sandy Creek have fielded women's cricket sides in the Para Districts Cricket Association every year since 2008/09, as well as occasionally prior to this. All females aged 12 and over and all skill levels are welcome, as Sandy Creek encourages more women to get involved with playing cricket.

Our women have won several premierships and some players have advanced through to district and state ranks, such as former SCCC junior, Brittany Perry.

PDCA – Women’s Black 2017/18 Premiers!

The Sandy Creek women’s team are the 2017/18 PDCA Women’s Black premiers! After just making the finals and then knocking off the top side (Eyre Royals) comfortably last week in the semi final, the ladies have knocked off the second side ATCO in a huge performance to take out the Grand Final. The Sandy Creek

Sandy Creek Women into the Grand Final!

The Sandy Creek Women’s side have made it through to the Grand Final after a convincing victory over minor premiers Eyre Royals. The Cockatoos chased down the Royals total of 7/166 in just 22 overs, losing just 2 wickets in the process! They now take on ATCO in the Grand Final tomorrow (Monday 12th March)

PDCA – Women’s Black Premiers 2012/13 – Back-to-Back!

The Sandy Creek women’s side are back-to-back premiers in 2012/13, after chasing down a formidable total from Salisbury West. Set 151 for victory, the female Cockatoos won easily in the end, thanks largely to a foundation set by openers Jess Schirmer and Ashlee Morrow. Schirmer, the victorious captain, finished on 37 not out, while Morrow

PDCA – Women’s Black 2011/12 Premiers!

The Sandy Creek Women’s team have run away with the 2011/12 premiership in emphatic style! After winning the toss and sending Modbury in, they rolled the opposition for just 74, then chased the runs down inside 17 overs. Congratulations! Jess Schirmer top scored with 28 not out and took 1/13 from 3 overs, while the

PDCA – Women’s Black 2009/10 Premiers!

The Sandy Creek women’s team won the 2009/10 premiership against Playford, chasing down their total of 133 with 4 wickets to spare. Player of the Match was Ashlee Morrow, who not only top-scored with 33 but also had the best bowling figures, with 1/16 from her 4 overs. Premiership Captain Kelly Elson was also a