Cricket Club

The ADFA Cougars Cricket Club (ACCC) has been a mainstay of the ADFA sporting community throughout the Academy's history. During this time, there have been many centuries, at least one premiership and many good times. The outdoor club consists of two teams; a firsts and a seconds. The firsts are currently playing in the second grade of the Canberra City and Suburban Cricket Competition, with the more social seconds team playing in the fourth grade. Training is twice a week and social gatherings are a highlight of each Saturday afternoon game.

There are opportunities to play against a range of teams as a Cougar. Recently, there has been a tri-Service twenty20 tournament as well as a twenty20 against Academy staff. An annual trip to Sydney to play against UNSW Kensington Campus is another highlight of the season. During the off-season, indoor cricket is played to maintain skills. This provides Cougars an opportunity to play with their mates in a faster, more exciting game. If cricket is your sport, then the ACCC is the place to be.

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