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Imparja Cup

 

Overview

The Imparja Cup is Australia's National Indigenous cricket carnival held annually in the heart of Australia, Alice Springs. Originally founded by custodians, Shane Franey and Ross Williams as a family match between Alice Springs and Tennant Creek.

The Imparja Cup is now held in conjunction with the National Indigenous Cricket Championships and is a national celebration of cricket and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

The event is held each year in February.

Abstract adapted from Northern Territory Cricket

Contacts

Northern Territory Cricket
155 Abala Road
Marrara NT 0812
Ph: (08) 8944 8900
Fax: (08) 8944 8944
Email: ntcricket@ntcricket.com.au

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Last updated: 31 July 2017
 
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