The 2021-22 season sees the advent of the fantastic new Kirsten Pike Plate community cricket competition for young women.

Past players looking to relive the glory days?
The KPP is for you!

New to the game but a just little too old for junior girls cricket? 
The KPP is for you!

Looking to improve your skills?
Wait for it…the KPP is for you!

What is the Kirsten Pike Plate exactly?

Enjoyable games of female night T20 cricket. Simple.

KPP games will be short, sharp, and played in the cool of the evening on turf wickets.  Being a community comp, it’s played in a more relaxed style.  It’s great for aspirational players looking to develop their game, and past players who just want to enjoy playing cricket without the time commitment of women’s grade cricket!

When are the games played?

Games will be played mainly on Friday nights (with an occasional Saturday night fixture). 
The season will consist of nine preliminary rounds before Christmas, four rounds after Christmas followed by two weeks of finals starting. 
The season starts on  on October 8.

What age group are the players?

Young women aged 15 and up are welcome to play.  (A great mix of players in their mid-late teens and twenties are playing this competition.)

Do I need to be an experienced cricketer?

Not at all!  We’ll find the right spot for everyone, regardless of their cricket experience level!

Who’s playing?

Participating clubs for this season are Wests, Valleys, Norths, Sandgate-Redcliffe and UQ.

Do I need to train?

Training for Wests KPP players is on Thursday evenings at Graceville Memorial Park.  It’s optional for KPP players, but highly recommended!


Contact Mick Varidel on 0421-617522 or for more details…
…or just register at the link below!