UTAS Cricket | Competitive | Fair | Inclusive | Fun
Who are we?
University of Tasmania Cricket Club plays in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League with leading Australian, Tasmanian and Big Bash League players including Ben Hilfenhaus, Tim Paine, James Faulkner, Sasha Moloney and Katelyn Fryett.
With around 250 playing members, their families, and prime access to a University of Tasmania Hobart campus community of up to 20,000, UTAS Cricket is involved across all ages, genders and skill-levels.
Our purpose, vision and mission
Our purpose is to provide a University of Tasmania community focussed club and provide opportunities for the University’s students, alumni and wider community to participate in the sport of cricket.
Our vision is to be the club of choice in Tasmania, with quality coaches, managers and facilities.
Our mission is to provide an environment that inspires the love of cricket, and develops players, coaches and managers to represent Tasmania.
What we do?
UTAS Cricket offers cricket programs for males and females including:
We also have a close relationship with Cricket Tasmania helping to develop talented cricketers who will form part of the ongoing success of cricket in Tasmania and Australia.
We also work with the University of Tasmania to help promote the University in a variety of ways including our Annual Cricket Scholarship, Faculty cricket events and other multicultural activities on campus to name but a few.
Our responsibility for the development of cricket also sees us promoting the game through many local schools and regional areas beyond our normal catchment area. We take this responsibility very seriously and we look forward to sharing our passion for cricket with others in our community.
Please take the time to read the following documents:
- TUCC Constitution
- Strategic Plan
- Volunteer Management Plan
- Mental Health Policy
- Sponsorship Packages