NORTHERN DISTRICT SCHOOLS CUP
COMPETITION NEWS - SEASON 2020/21
The NDs School’s Cup celebrated their 45th anniversary this year. It has a coveted history.
The competition provides a great opportunity for the students to experience T20 cricket at Mark Taylor Oval.
Barker defeated Kings in a slightly rain affected game. According to the umpires, the “Spirit of Cricket” remains intact!
This long running competition has a great history that provides opportunities for school cricketers, both boys and girls to show their talents, and is played within the age boundaries to Years 7 and 8.
Please contact our convener: Gary Kerr on 0439 405 297 if you have any questions, and for more information, and to view the Competition's Rules, including eligible Years criteria, CLICK HERE.
The NDCC School's Cup is an annual competition played between secondary schools from the local area. The Cup is a knock-out structure, played under 20/20 over format, on school afternoons at the school grounds.
The Grand Finals were originally played in March at Mark Taylor Oval, Waitara. Many players who have played in the competition have gone on to play Grade Cricket at NDs.
The NDCC School's Cup was an initiative of Life Members, Tom Richmond and Neil Marks (also a Club Patron). Neil and Tom organised the very first competition in the 1975/76 season, which was won by Barker College from Knox Grammar.
For a trip back to those halcyon days, CLICK HERE to read the story from 1977 how the competition began and what rules were in place, to see just how things have changed.