Aboriginal Artwork Middle Stump Initiative

Updated: Sep 21, 2019

The PSCA is running the Aboriginal Artwork Middle Stump Initiative this season in our 1st Grade, 2nd Grade and A Grade One Day Grade in recognition of the our First Nations People and sending a fantastic message every week of inclusion for all to this great game of cricket.


PSCA President Mick Evans & AAMSI Consultant Matt Abrahamson on Matta Gerup country

The Middle Stump Aboriginal Artwork represents an Acknowledgment to Country to the First Nations People. It's a sign of respect and honours Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders peoples past, present and future.

The initiative is to encourage indigenous peoples to choose cricket as a sport of choice. To assist our children in the sport of cricket by creating an Aboriginal Children's Cricket Fund to support and encourage them to participate in cricket.


AAMSI Founder and proud Noongar cricketer Clint Dann

The Middle Stump Aboriginal Artwork represents an Acknowledgment to Country to the First Nations People. It's a sign of respect and honours Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders peoples past, present and future.

The initiative is to encourage indigenous peoples to choose cricket as a sport of choice. To assist our children in the sport of cricket by creating an Aboriginal Children's Cricket Fund to support and encourage them to participate in cricket.


For all you Mooditj - Dardy - Cartwarrah - Winyarn - Orses and Lublysings in Perth WA - go register at your local PSCA Cricket Club in season 2019/20. Hit a few sixes in season 2019/20 ya Deadly Moodjit Orses... Have a Mooditj day you Lublysings and stay Deadly!

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