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EasternCricketAssociation

The Eastern Cricket Association is Melbourne's leading turf and synthetic community cricket competition, consisting of over 50 participating clubs across senior, junior, veterans, and women's cricket.

EasternCricketAssociation

The Eastern Cricket Association is Melbourne's leading turf and synthetic community cricket competition, consisting of over 50 participating clubs across senior, junior, veterans, and women's cricket.

50+ Clubs

The Eastern Cricket Association is home to one of the largest grassroot cricket competitions in Australia, spanning across the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

Cricket for Everyone

The ECA manages competitive cricket for senior men, juniors, womens, and veterans across one day, two day, and T20 matches on both turf and synthetic wickets.

Photo Gallery

The ECA is lucky enough to have it's own photographers snapping photos across all grades every weekend.
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We thank
Bendigo Community Bank for their support of the Eastern Cricket Association

We are grateful for the ongoing and generous support of Bendigo Community Bank. If you are looking for finance, contact Maggie Stamoulis - Senior Manager of the Inner East Bendigo Community Bank. Please mention this advertisement and please advise Maggie which ECA club you are affiliated with. Here is the contact link.
Contact Maggie

OUR SPONSORS

Interested in becoming a sponsor?

Contact Chris Mirabella via email or call 0419 686 555

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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How do I join the competition to play?

Our member clubs welcome new players and you should approach them directly. They are located predominantly in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, but we also have clubs located in the inner north (Fitzroy, Northcote) - inner east (Richmond) and outer east (Knox, Mulgrave). A good starting point would be to contact our respective club secretaries who are listed on this page.  Please drop us a line via email if you would like more information. We would be happy to point you in the direction of a club.

How do I become an umpire in the ECA?
Which club should I join?
How can I get my child involved?
What protection protocols are in place for my child?
Do you have a girls/women's competition?
I played in a different competition last season, what grade can I play in the ECA?
I'd love to be a volunteer, how do I get involved?
I would like to sponsor the ECA, what opportunities do I have?