Hill Country Cricket Association
Premier Cricket Club in Austin
We are the largest Cricket Club in Austin, Round Rock and Cedar Park areas of Central Texas with a dedicated cricket ground.
Hill Country Cricket Association (HCCA) was established 18 years back in the year 2000. We bring this team sport of Cricket to Austin, Round Rock and Cedar Park in Central Texas and play with the Spirit of the Game. Our teams compete in the Cricket League of Austin - The Central Texas Cricket League (CTCL). We have a long tradition of producing champion cricket teams consistently and have been the reigning champions of CTCL.
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Our Cricket Club – Mission
Hill Country Cricket Association's mission is to promote humanistic values by celebrating and commemorating cultural diversity that exists in people of different backgrounds brought together by the sport of Cricket.Cricket is the most dynamic non-contact sport for all ages. It promotes discipline, self-assurance, and responsibility. It also helps develop coordination, strength, and decision-making skills while providing positive interaction with peers and rivals. Cricket also teaches the ability to think tactically to overcome an obstacle.
Our Cricket Club -Events and News
Stay updated on all our Cricket club's leagues and matches, awards and accolades, team meetings and upcoming events. Book your calendar for the upcoming cricket events and stay connected with our Cricket Club at HCCA!
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Why Play Cricket?
Cricket shares some basic foundations with some of the martial arts or even dance and music for that matter!
Learning the game helps develop greater powers of observation and a greater understanding of strategy.
Cricketers often become friends and competitors, meeting hundreds of people as they travel to competitions.
Our Cricket Club – Blog
Our fellow cricketers write about their experiences, cricket's best practices and discuss about many topics and lessons on bowling action, batting, swing, fielding etc. This is particularly good for our kid cricketers who are still learning cricket's best techniques.
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