Australia 2021/22 domestic cricket season begins in Adelaide
The 2021-22 summer of domestic cricket begins tomorrow with South Australia hosting Western Australia in the Marsh One-Day Cup opener at Karen Rolton Oval.
Following a delayed start due to differing state border restrictions and public health conditions across Australia, the season’s first 50-over fixture will be followed by the opening match of the Marsh Sheffield Shield between the same sides from September 24.
A handful of other matches in a revised men’s domestic schedule have been confirmed, beginning with Queensland hosting Tasmania in a Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One-Day Cup double header at Ian Healy Oval, with the matches to begin on September 28 and October 3 respectively.
The Women’s National Cricket League will now be played entirely after the Weber WBBL|07 season is completed, with the first game scheduled for December 16 with the final set down for March 6.
Cricket Australia, along with the States and Territories, will release further details of the revised domestic schedules in due course.