Pathway National Indigenous Championships

National Indigenous Championships

Victoria's best Indigenous players

The National Indigenous Championships, formerly the Imparja Cup, is Australia's national Indigenous cricket carnival and also a component of Cricket Victoria's pathway.

Since the inaugural game in 1994, the tournament has grown from being a cricket match between Alice Springs and Tennant Creek to being a national cricket event that embraces the Indigenous culture and cricket.  

Follow the Victorian Imparja Cup Team on Twitter at @HarmonyCricket

Expressions of Interest

Cricket Victoria is seeking for more Indigenous girls to participate in our female squad and don the 'Big V'.

Registrations for the 2016-17 Imparja Cup Team are open year-round. To view the selection policy, and to register your interest, click here

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