Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club

  • 1st Grade Premiers 2017/18
  • Under 17 Shield
    Under 17 Shield match being played at Bulkana Oval
  • West End T20 Cup
    Winning run scored in 2015-16 West End T20 Cup
  • West End T20 Cup 2016-17
    The winning team
  • TTGDCC Club Rooms
  • Memorial Oval
    Home ground for Under 16's
  • TTGDCC Practice Nets
    3 turf pitches and 5 hardwicket pitches

Our Mission is to become a leading Australian Premier Cricket Club and a force within the South Australian Cricket Association by setting new levels of professionalism in all aspects of the game on and off the field.

Welcome to Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club

The Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club is located approximately 16km North East of Adelaide with the club located at Steventon Rd, Banksia Park, South Australia

Tea Tree Gully is affiliated with the South Australian Cricket Association and is one of thirteen Premier clubs in the SACA competition. Our main ground is at "Pertaringa" oval and we use two other turf grounds. Practice facilities include three turf and five hardwicket pitches and a bowling machine is available. We field four senior teams and four junior teams in the Saturday competition . Matches are usually two day games. We are also fielding a womens team in the SACA womens 2nd grade in 2017/18.

We also field one-day teams in the West End Gold Cup (A Grade), West End T20 Cup, Under 17 and the Ray Sutton Shield (Under 13/Primary School) competitions. We have a membership of approximately 330 (players, members, life membersand sponsors.).


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T20 fixtures

Sat 5th Jan V Adelaide- Glandore 2.30 PM

Fri 11th Jan V Kensington - Parkinson 5.00 PM

Sun 13th Jan V Emerging Redbacks -Home 2.30PM

Fri 18th Jan V East Torrens - Campelltown 5.00 PM



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