Take Your Game To The Limit!
4-day 100 ball tournaments happening this August 2023!
The TCA 100 Ball Smash is a fast, fun and inclusive summer holiday cricket tournament for under 13 and under 15 cricketers.
Each team, led by a TCA coach, will play 8 x 100 ball matches in a competitive cricket tournament. All players get a match shirt to play in and keep, as well as competing for daily individual awards.
The format and rules of the game have been designed to give every player equal opportunity to participate and develop their game in a range of different match situations.
The 100 ball tournament includes:
8 x 100 Ball matches over 4 days
Your Team Coloured kit to play in and get to keep!
Awards and Prizes
A TCA Team Coach helping your team play for glory!
Awards ceremony after the finals.
Enter as individuals, a club or just a groups of mates
9:30am drop off and 4:30pm pickup each day
WHEN AND WHERE
The 2023 100 ball SMASH will be running for 4 days from Tuesday the 22nd of August (under 13s) and 4 day from Tuesday the 29th August (under 15s), hosted at the two back to back Cricket clubs in Northowram, Halifax. Daily awards include man of the match prizes and coloured caps for leading run scorer, wicket taker, keeper and fielder!
Sponsored by Stick Cricket, this tournament is always popular and we don't get rained off - matches get switched to 'incrediball' outfield matches if the square isn't fit or we backup to our nearby indoor centre as a last resort!
HOW TO ENTER
Simply click below and follow the steps. You register your child as an individual and we will draft you into a team of like minded cricket enthusiasts at the tournament! This is a hard ball cricket tournament, as a minimum standard all players must have played hard ball cricket for their respective age groups this season (under 13 or under 15).
Still not sure? Simply contact us on the button below and we'll be happy to help you.
"Great coaches who ran an excellent 100 competition for U13s.
When's the next one?"
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"An excellent opportunity for our players to get extra game time and to grow their game awareness."