Our new 2020 Season is open now! New teams and players are welcome to join at anytime throughout the season (if spot available). Tuesday 6-a-side (Multiple Divisions) Wednesdays 8-a-side.
Springvale Indoor Sports offers men’s and mixed graded indoor cricket competitions for everyone from beginners to experienced players.
Match fees are $81 for 6 A SIDE and $104 for 8 A SIDE.
We are one of the best Indoor Cricket Centres in Melbourne. Our facilities were renovated for the National Indoor Cricket League’s Indoor Open Championships in 2012 and upgraded for the Indoor Open Championships in 2016.
Cooling and heating systems operate, keeping you refreshed and focused on the game at all times. We also have a state of the art scoring systems with full player statistics and online statistics available.
After sports drinks is a must at our venue, our bar is open every night for a cold one with the boys to cool off and chat while watching live sport! We offer a buy 4 get 4 free special for our dedicated cricket team players! (Term & Conditions applied)
Registrations can be done in person or online.
For online, you can fill out the form below or visit our registration page to register or join a Melbourne cricket team! Our Cricket Manager Brodie or any of our helpful staff are happy to assist you with all your team and competition enquiries.
Sign Up Your Team
or Looking for a Team
Cricket Court Bookings
Our casual one hour cricket court bookings are $60. Book and play two hours or more for a discounted $50 per hour.
We also hire out our cricket nets/lanes and have a total of 9 cricket nets for hire. (6 Long/Extended Run Ups 42m long) and 3 Regular Run Ups.
Costs are $35/hour. Please call us on 9547 2555 or email to book.
Indoor Cricket Rules
Indoor Cricket is a fast-paced and popular indoor sport in Melbourne. It’s a modified version of outdoor cricket played on a fully carpeted and netted court. Most of the rules are the same, with the exception of some slight variations that make everyone become more involved in the game. Here are a few of the more common ones you should know:
- Each batting pair bats 4 overs each.
- Everyone bowls 2 overs each.
- Only have to run half the pitch when batting.
- Jackpot ball start of each batting pair worth double.
Or check out the fully comprehensive “Official Rules of Indoor Cricket Australia” guidebook!
And don’t forget to visit our registration page or fill out the form above to register your team or join a cricket team.