South Australian Grade Cricket League

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South Australian Grade Cricket (previously known as South Australian District Cricket) is the semi-professional State league based in metropolitan Adelaide, South Australia. It is currently the highest level of cricket played in South Australia outside first class cricket. The league is administered by the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA), which is the organisation responsible for promoting and developing the game of cricket in South Australia.

Competitions[edit]

There are 13 clubs in the SACA Grade cricket competition.

All clubs field four senior teams and 12 of the clubs have four junior teams competing in regular weekend competitions. Clubs also have teams involved in various competitions including:

  • XXXX Gold Grade Cricket; Premium State cricket competition;
  • XXXX Gold Cup; one-day competition;
  • XXXX Gold Twenty20 Cup, Twenty20 competition.
  • BankSA shield; Under 17 one-day competition. Played on weekdays during the Summer school holidays.
  • Under 16s, Reds (1st XI) and Whites (2nd XI) competition. Premium Underage competition;
  • Under 14s, Reds (1st XI) and Whites (2nd XI) competition. Premium Youth Development competition;
  • Ray Sutton Shield; year 6 and 7 students one-day competition, Premium Primary school competition.
  • Under 12 Statewide Cup; Under 12 Twenty20 and One-Day Competition, All Grade Clubs Plus Two Country Teams; Country Red and Country Black

Grade Clubs[edit]

Premierships[edit]

The A-Grade competition has been contested since the 1873–1874 season, and the "District", or electorate, club system since 1897–1898. The following list shows the premiership side for each season.[1]

A-Grade Premierships
Season Club
1873–1874 Norwood
1874–1875 Kensington
1875–1876 Norwood
1876–1877 Norwood
1877–1878 Norwood
1878–1879 Norwood
1879–1880 North Adelaide
1880–1881 Hindmarsh
1881–1882 Norwood
1882–1883 Norwood
1883–1884 Hindmarsh
1884–1885 Norwood
1885–1886 Norwood
1886–1887 Norwood
1887–1888 Norwood
1888–1889 Norwood
1889–1890 Norwood
1890–1891 Norwood
1891–1892 Norwood
1892–1893 South Adelaide
1893–1894 South Adelaide
1894–1895 North Adelaide
1895–1896 North Adelaide
1896–1897 Norwood
1897–1898 East Torrens
1898–1899 East Adelaide
1899–1900 East Adelaide
1900–1901 East Adelaide
1901–1902 North Adelaide
1902–1903 Sturt
1903–1904 North Adelaide
1904–1905 Sturt
1905–1906 Adelaide
1906–1907 Sturt
1907–1908 East Torrens
1908–1909 East Torrens
1909–1910 North Adelaide
1910–1911 East Torrens
1911–1912 East Torrens
1912–1913 East Torrens
1913–1914 East Torrens
1914–1915 Adelaide
1915–1916 East Torrens
1916–1917 East Torrens
1917–1918 East Torrens
1918–1919 East Torrens
1919–1920 East Torrens
1920–1921 East Torrens
1921–1922 East Torrens
1922–1923 East Torrens
1923–1924 East Torrens
1924–1925 Sturt
1925–1926 University
1926–1927 Kensington
1927–1928 Port Adelaide
1928–1929 Port Adelaide
1929–1930 Port Adelaide
1930–1931 Glenelg
1931–1932 Sturt
1932–1933 West Torrens
1933–1934 East Torrens
1934–1935 East Torrens
1935–1936 West Torrens
1936–1937 West Torrens
1937–1938 Adelaide
1938–1939 West Torrens
1939–1940 West Torrens
1940–1941 West Torrens
1941–1942 West Torrens
1942–1943 Competition Not Held
1943–1944 Prospect
1944–1945 Prospect
1945–1946 Kensington
1946–1947 Sturt
1947–1948 Glenelg
1948–1949 Sturt
1949–1950 Sturt
1950–1951 Sturt
1951–1952 Glenelg
1952–1953 Kensington
1953–1954 Glenelg
1954–1955 West Torrens
1955–1956 Sturt
1956–1957 West Torrens
1957–1958 West Torrens
1958–1959 Adelaide
1959–1960 Kensington
1960–1961 Prospect
1961–1962 West Torrens
1962–1963 Prospect
1963–1964 Prospect
1964–1965 Kensington
1965–1966 Woodville
1966–1967 Prospect
1967–1968 Port Adelaide
1968–1969 Prospect
1969–1970 Prospect
1970–1971 Prospect
1971–1972 Kensington
1972–1973 Kensington
1973–1974 Glenelg
1974–1975 Adelaide
1975–1976 East Torrens
1976–1977 Salisbury
1977–1978 Woodville
1978–1979 Sturt
1979–1980 Kensington
1980–1981 Salisbury
1981–1982 Salisbury
1982–1983 Kensington
1983–1984 Salisbury
1984–1985 East Torrens
1985–1986 Kensington
1986–1987 Salisbury
1987–1988 Salisbury
1988–1989 Salisbury
1989–1990 Sturt
1990–1991 East Torrens
1991–1992 Salisbury
1992–1993 University
1993–1994 Salisbury
1994–1995 University
1995–1996 Tea Tree Gully
1996–1997 Kensington
1997–1998 University
1998–1999 Adelaide
1999–2000 Kensington
2000–2001 Prospect
2001–2002 Kensington
2002–2003 Kensington
2003–2004 Adelaide
2004–2005 Northern Districts
2005–2006 Sturt
2006–2007 West Torrens
2007–2008 Woodville
2008–2009 Woodville
2009-2010 Sturt
2010-2011 Kensington
2011-2012 Woodville

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harte, Chris (1990). The History of the South Australian Cricket Association. Australia: Sports Marketing (Australia). p. 441. ISBN 0-9587980-3-6. 

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