Stumpball W.A. - Our Temporary Web Address
Stumpball is looking for pioneers to be involved in a brand new sport!
The aim of Stumpball is to hit as many stumps as possible on an 11 target course. Players stand behind a marker and throw a cricket ball between 10 and 30 metres at a target (a cricket stump).
Matches allow males and females of all ages to participate with or against each other - you are never too young or too old to be involved.
Match play can consist of either individual (singles) or team (pairs) competitions.
The inaugural season will commence in Perth, Western Australia on Saturday June 13, 2015, with the 'Raine & Horne Foundation Open', a knockout competition, which is to be played at Ryrie Avenue Reserve in Como. Play is scheduled to commence at 1.00pm.
The Raine & Horne Victoria Park Stumpball Season will consist of three 'Open' knockout competitions, a representative fixture where the first Western Australian side will take the field, and also a State Championships. The season will come to a conclusion with the World Classic - where up to 64 players come together for a one-day individual knockout competition to determine Stumpball's first World Champion.
The 2015 playing dates are as follows:
Saturday June 13 (from 1pm) - 'Raine & Horne Victoria Park' Foundation Open (Knockout)
Sunday July 12 (from 10am) - 'Frontier Sports Media Challenge' (Knockout)
Saturday August 22 (from 1pm) - Western Australia v All-Stars; 2015 State Championships
Sunday September 20 (from 10am) - Open Knockout
Sunday October 18 (from 10am) - 2015 World Classic