Get Involved

Cricket is a fantastic sport to get involved with. It is fun, safe and encourages the development of lifelong skills. Queensland Cricket oversees a full range of options for everyone wanting to participate in Australia’s favourite sport. To find out how you can get involved, please visit the following pages.


The vital role of the cricket coach is to create learning opportunities for their players within a safe and fun environment.

Premier Cricket

Premier Cricket is the elite cricket competition in Queensland and provides a pathway for cricketers to play state cricket.

Indoor Cricket

Indoor Cricket is an alternative action packed format that can be played all year round whether rain, hail or shine.


This inclusive, fun skills program is a great way for girls and boys aged 5-8 to get a taste of cricket. No experience necessary! The MILO in2CRICKET program is a fun and safe experience, teaching your kids social skills, physical fitness, sportsmanship and basic cricket skills

MILO T20 Blast

MILO T20 Blast is super fun, social, safe, active and best of all its cricket and it’s a blast! The program gives girls and boys the opportunity to play fun games of cricket in an active and social setting, conducted at local clubs and community centres across Queensland.


PlayCricket will identify your nearest cricket club, indoor, T20 Blast or in2CRICKET centres. These cater for male and female, juniors and seniors, and players of all abilities during both summer and winter.


Queensland Cricket actively encourages all schools to get involved with the game and provides a variety of resources and programs as support for teachers.

Umpiring and Scoring 

Umpiring and Scoring offers a unique opportunity to partner with passionate people in the management of the game. You don’t have to bat or bowl to be in the middle of the action, become an umpire and enjoy the best seat in the house!


The generous work of volunteers is critical to the success of cricket as a sport in Queensland and Australia.

Seniors Cricket

Over 50, 60 or 70 and keen to play? Seniors cricket is growing rapidly.