Northern Territory Cricket
Founded1978; 44 years ago (1978)
AffiliationCricket Australia
HeadquartersMarrara Oval
LocationMarrara, Darwin
PresidentBruce Walker
Official website
Northern Territory

Northern Territory Cricket, formally the Northern Territory Cricket Association, is the governing body for cricket in the Northern Territory of Australia.[1] Cricket in the Northern Territory has produced state contracted players which include Kane Richardson and Tom Andrews who are both contracted to the South Australia Redbacks[citation needed].


The association is affiliated with Cricket Australia. The Alice Springs Cricket Association is a member association of Northern Territory Cricket.[2] Aswell as Darwin and District Cricket, Katherine District Cricket and Tennant Creek Cricket Association.[3]


The association supports the management of the Darwin and Districts cricket, Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Katherine cricket competitions. The annual Imparja Cup Indigenous cricket tournament is hosted by Northern Territory Cricket.[4]

Northern Territory Cricket also support a number of community cricket carnivals that lead up into the Imparja Cup.[citation needed]

Carnivals include the Lingalonga Cup in Batchelor, the Dingo Cup in Timber Creek, the Nitmiluk Cup in Katherine, the Barra Cup in Borroloola, the Wauchope vs the World carnival in Wauchope, the Uluru Cup and the Rossy Williams Shield in Tennant Creek.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Home Page". Northern Territory Cricket. Retrieved 13 October 2009.
  2. ^ "Northern Territory Cricket Association Constitution". Northern Territory Cricket. 2002. Retrieved 13 October 2009.
  3. ^ "Associations | Northern Territory Cricket".
  4. ^ "Events - Imparja Cup". Northern Territory Cricket. Retrieved 13 October 2009.