Indoor Cricket World- Welcome

Indoor Cricket World

Still (August 2021) rewriting the Indoor Cricket site, having now moved onto a mobile-friendly platform.

Please excuse any broken links you come across . . . we're working on it daily . . . but of course, you can tell us about it by dropping us a line via the Contact link above


Welcome to Indoor Cricket World.

So, what is Indoor Cricket? How do you play Indoor Cricket? What are the rules? What equipment do I need?

Follow the Navigation bar above to find everything you need to know about the sport of Indoor Cricket, including

- a detailed explanation of what Indoor Cricket is;

- a comprehensive discussion and explanation of the Rules;

- a history of Indoor Cricket in Australia;

- expert discussion on strategies for bowling, batting, fielding and wicket-keeping;

- discussion on essential playing equipment;

- interviews of some notable Indoor Cricket personalities;

and of course, the two most popular Indoor Cricket related pages by far

How to become a TRULY GREAT Indoor Cricket umpire, and

The Indoor Cricket Rules explained

 

Indoor Cricket Wicket Keeper about to throw to far end, with both batsmen well out of their creases. Typical scenario on "third ball" call.


 

Indoor Cricket Batsman holding his crease as non-striker reaches same end, with fielders scrambling to field ball after call of 'third ball'


Like Indoor Cricket itself, this site is not only about the elite players and their competitions. Both experienced indoor cricket players and those unfamiliar with indoor cricket will find all they need to know in the coming pages: from descriptions and explanations of the game, through the setting up of playing courts and playing equipment used, to basic game strategies, and discussion and explanation of the rules and tips for players and umpires. We also have interviews with established Indoor Cricket personalities. And we are particularly proud to feature the most extensive library of photographs of Indoor Cricket action to be found anywhere--and yes, we certainly do sell our photographs, email us for details.

Photographing Indoor Cricket

Batswoman stretching to reach crease, but still short as bails are removed

We do get a lot of enquiries about our photographs . . . mainly along the lines of "how?".

We're working on several articles for all you budding photographers out there. . .for the time being, suffice it to say that even though mobile phones have made everyone a photographer in this day and age, you do need just a tad more sophisticated gear for great indoor cricket photography . . . and I deliberately say "just a tad more sophisticated" . . . great photos can be taken with modestly priced gear . . . just . . . ummm . . . well, like I said, just a tad more sophisticated than a mobile phone .

More soon.

About Sheldon

Played since the earliest years, and began umpiring in the late 1970s.

Represented Western Australia for over 10 years in National Masters and Vets championships, honours include Captaining Western Australia and winning the Player of the National Championships in 1987.

Umpired State, National and international matches, held the post of Umpire Coordinator in Western Australia for the now defunct Australia Indoor Cricket Federation (AICF).

invited to officially photograph the Indoor Cricket World Cup in Wellington, New Zealand in 2002

invited to officially photograph the Indoor Cricket Masters and Under 18 World Cups in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2003

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