For over 85 years, Sandy Creek Cricket Club has provided opportunities for senior cricketers of all ages and abilities.

The Cockatoos have always been a sociable and welcoming club, while maintaining a competitive streak on the field.

As our club song says: We're a mighty bunch of fellows and everyone's a star. If you don't find us at the cricket, you'll find us in the bar!

We currently field 4 senior sides in the Barossa and Light Cricket Association, with our home ground at Curdnatta Park being one of the best turf pitches in the competition.

Sandy Creek Legends

On Saturday 14th March 2020, Sandy Creek inducted five people to become the first official Sandy Creek Legends. The event was well attended by multiple generations of Sandy Creek past and present players. Click here to see who the first five legends are.

Club Games Record – Corey Roberts

This season Corey Roberts has capped a remarkable career for Sandy Creek by claiming the club games record, overtaking club legend John Warner’s tally of 342. On Saturday vs Mallala, Corey played his 350th senior game for the Cockatoos. This includes 318 x A-Grade (the only player to have played 300 A-Grade games), 16 x

Youth, Youth and the Fountain of Youth

With multiple junior premierships in the last 5 years, it comes as little surprise that Sandy Creek’s A-Grade currently features some of the best young cricketers in the Barossa. Current Cockatoo juniors Will O’Brien (U15 and U17), Riley Horsburgh (U17), Adrian Pullman (U17) and Harry Maher (U15) have all featured in the A-Grade this year

C-Grade – A4 Premiers 2018/19!

In swiftly fading light and a light drizzle of rain, the C-Grade “rode the donkey” to a classy victory over South Gawler in the A4 Grand Final at Stockwell Oval yesterday. Building on the foundations laid by Kym McLean, coach Stephen Hands has much to be proud of in his first season as coach of

Arise Centurion!

After a relatively quiet start to the season, some of Sandy Creek’s batsmen have gone ballistic in the second half of the year! As at Christmas, the only player to make a hundred was Daniel “DK” Koch, with 148 against Hamley Bridge in the C-Grade. Then Mark “Merv” Freyer decided to become a trend setter.

Country Cup Player Of The Carnival – Jamie Diener!

What a week for superstar A-Grader Jamie Diener! Representing the Barossa and Light Association in the Country Cup, Jamie was named the Player of the Carnival after a sensational week, topped off with a century on the final day against the South East. Jamie was the leading run scorer for the carnival, with 196 runs

Letter From The Coach – Steve Hands

To All Members of the Sandy Creek Cricket Club I am thrilled to have been appointed the new Head Coach of the Sandy Creek Cricket Club and am looking forward to an exciting year ahead. I would like to thank the Committee for putting their faith in me in taking this Club forward. For those

New Club Coach appointed

To all our Members, sponsors, Life Members, past and current players, we are excited to announce that Stephen Hands has been appointed the new head coach of Sandy Creek Cricket Club. Stephen is a current Life Member, has played at the highest level for the club for over 10 years and has been the coach

Mosey Medallist 2017/18 – Jamie Diener

Cricket is one of those unique team games that relies heavily on individual performances and two of the main reasons Sandy Creek were so competitive in 2017/18 were the dynamic duo of Jamie Diener and Rhys Handtke. Both players are superstars in their early 20s who are yet to reach their peaks – when you

A-Grade bow out but U16s and U14s through to the Grand Final

Unfortunately the Sandy Creek A-Grade has been defeated by South Gawler in their semi-final over the weekend. After bowling the opposition out for 184 in just 48.3 overs (Rooster 4/46, Diener 4/81), the Cockies were left under 100 overs to chase it down. Unfortunately they had a collapse of 5 wickets for 1 run to