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1866 February 1 - Southern Tasmania Cricket Association is founded 1869/70 The first proof of an organized competition in the form of a Challenge Cup between Derwent, Break o’Day and Wellington. 1881/82 The headquarters of STCA was relocated from the battery floor to the new upper area of ​​the association. 1884/85 The Lefroy Cricket Club, previously a junior team, has been promoted to the higher ranks. 1888/89 The Lefroy Cricket Club was dissolved and the assets of the Break o’Day Cricket Club were acquired. 1890/91 A pennant competition between Derwent, Break o’Day and Wellington in September 1890. 1893/94 New Town Cricket Club's application to enter the competition was approved by STCA, provided New Town did not participate in any of the trophies. Wellington refused to honor this agreement. 1894/95 New Town played the team with the bye. 1897/98 New Town withdrew, but the following year the team was again played bye bye. 1901/02 A points system introduced for the first time. 1903/04 Two New Town Association clubs participated in a separate, limited pennant competition with the three STCA clubs who were still running their normal pennant competition. 1905/06 On August 4, 1905, the introduction of a district competition was approved and in October the old clubs disbanded. A three-level pennant competition was held between five district clubs - North Hobart, South Hobart, East Hobart, West Hobart, and New Town. 1912/13 Compulsory Defense Law exercises made it impossible to continue the Class C competition - last season South Hobart had to withdraw from the Junior class due to lack of numbers. 1915/16 The effects of World War I and the loss of cricketers forced the TCA to reduce the number of clubs from five to four: New Town withdrew from the pennant competition. 1916/17 TCA Cricket canceled - all classes. 1917/18 The Southern Tasmanian Cricket League was established to revive Hobart cricket competition. Forty players who were not eligible for active service were assigned equally to three clubs: Derwent, Break o’Day and Wellington. 1919/20 TCA resumed control of the STCL, which became the organizing body of several smaller Hobart clubs. The district competition of the pre-war days was abolished and the club competition between the three old clubs was resumed. 1921/22 The senior competition was increased to two classes with five clubs; Risdon and Holbrook are admitted. 1923/24 The relaxation of the Defense Act enabled the reintroduction of district cricket. Competition resumed in three classes with four newly formed clubs - Eastern Suburbs, South Hobart, North-West Hobart and New Town. A Club Championship points system has also been introduced. 1926/27 Eastern Suburbs replaced with Sandy Bay Cricket Club. 1929/30 The TCA Grade Pennant Committee was tasked with organizing a grade cricket competition. 1931/32 The new clubs Glenorchy and Kingston were included in the first two classes. 1932/33 Glenorchy got C degrees and Kingston a year later. 1935/36 Kingston was renamed Kingborough. 1940/41 The competition was reduced to two classes. 1942/43 Hobart High School replaced Kingborough in Grade B. The entire Club Championship Award was suspended for the duration of World War II. 1943/44 Kingborough withdrew from all competitions, leaving five teams in class A and six in class B behind. 1944/45 The Police Cricket Club has joined Class A. [1945/46 The competition was re-rated as 1st and 2nd class. 1946/47 Kingborough was re-admitted to 1st and 2nd grades and the police withdrew from 1st grade. 3rd class reintroduced; All clubs with the exception of Kingborough compete in teams. Hobart High School joined a third grade team. 1948/49 North-West was renamed North Hobart. The competition was divided into two sections: a senior division consisting of two classes from the six senior clubs and a junior division including New Town, Glenorchy, North Hobart, South Hobart, Sandy Bay, Hobart High, Ogilvie High and Junior Technical High. 1950/51 TCA Colts and Brighton Cricket Club admitted to 1st class. Brighton was admitted to 2nd grade along with Ogilvie High - promoted from the Junior Division. 1953/54 TCA Colts replaced by New Norfolk in 1st class, which was also admitted to 2nd class. Ogilvie High returned to the Junior Div, which Kingborough also allowed. 1954/55 Semi-finals and finals introduced for 1st class. New Norfolk inducted into the Junior Division. 1955/56 The junior division switched to the third class, which only included the six senior clubs. A separate high school competition was established. 1956/57 Brighton was replaced in 1st class by Clarence District, which also competed in 2nd and 3rd class teams. Brighton competed in two teams in 2nd grade. 1957/58 Brighton's second 2nd class team has been replaced by a second team from Glenorchy. Kingborough replaced Glenorchy in 3rd grade. 1958/59 Glenorchy was re-admitted to 3rd grade. 1959/60 New Norfolk was replaced in 1st class by a second Glenorchy team promoted from 2nd class. Kingborough also withdrew from 2nd grade. Semi-finals and finals introduced for 2nd and 3rd grade. 1961/62 Kingborough was re-accepted into 2nd grade, along with the university. 1962/63 The university was admitted to 1st grade, replacing the second Glenorchy team. 1963/64 New Norfolk and University have been added to 3rd grade, replacing Kingborough. 1966/67 Kingborough was re-admitted to 3rd grade. 1967/68 District cricket returned to club cricket. Brighton retired from 3rd grade. 1968/69 Brighton withdrew from 2nd grade. 1969/70 New Norfolk withdrew from 2nd and 3rd grades. 1970/71 TCA Inland Knockout Limited Overs Competition introduced. 1975/76 The TCA Cricketer of the Year award has begun - compiled from the votes of the referees. TCA clubs are extending participation across the state to the Kookaburra Cup. 1987/88 Sandy Bay and South Hobart merge to form South Hobart Sandy Bay CC. Brighton only entered one team in 1st grade, the University in two teams in 2nd grade, and SHSB in two teams in 3rd grade. A 4th grade limited competition with Clarence, Glenorchy, Kingborough, New Town and North Hobart. TCA moved its headquarters to Bellerive Oval. 1988/89 4th grade was extended to all clubs, with the exception of Brighton, which replaced the 2nd and 3rd grade teams from the second university and SHSB. The domestic TCA limited liability competition disbanded in favor of the integrated nationwide Kookaburra Cup. 1990/91 Brighton entered 4th grade. 1991/92 Brighton withdrew from the TCA on the eve of the season's start, resulting in a seven-team competition that required additional one-day games to be played on Sundays to avoid reunions. 1992/93 Lindisfarne admitted to all grades. 1993/94 4th class restructured as U18 competition. 1996-97 1996/97 Glenorchy moves from Eady Street to KGV Oval. 1997/98 U18 competition restructured to U17 competition. 1999/00 The 4th grade competition was resumed but abolished at the end of 2002/03. 2003/04 The TCA Pennant Committee was replaced by an independent (5-person) cricket committee. One day limited overs games included in pennant competitions of all classes. In 1st class, limited games contributed to both Premiership and Kookaburra Cup points. Jamie Cox Plate Intra-State Competition introduced. 2005/06 TCA domestic T20 competition introduced. 2006/07 Major awards renamed: Emerson Rodwell Medal (TCA Cricketer of the Year) and Roger Woolley Medal (Grand Final Player). Computer scoring introduced in 1st grade games. 2007/08 The computer rating was extended to 2nd grade games. The clubs have also closed the IT gap by introducing an internet-connected computer management program that enables club administrators to manage registrations, club records, and electronic transfers. Grade scorecards available on the TCA website. With the finals, the TCA T20 competition was expanded to include two divisions. 2008/09 Introducing a nationwide T20, in which class, suburban and country clubs and associations compete in a knockout competition. 2009/10 TCA renamed Cricket Tasmania. Introducing the Women's Class - a limited T20 competition involving four clubs (Clarence, North Hobart, University and Glenorchy). The Women's Player of the Year award was awarded the Kim Fazackerley Medal. 2010/11 TCA Grade Cricket was again recognized as the Tasmania Premier League Cricket. T20 entered the competition in all classes, with the 1st class list consisting of 7 two-day, 5 50-over-one-day, and 7 T20 games with reduced T20 games in lower classes. 2011/12 Kingborough moved to the Kingston Twin Ovals complex. Women's class included in the club championship. 2012/13 The computer rating has been improved for online access via MyCricket on the Internet. 2013/14 The T20 games have been reduced to five games to minimize the program and manage time commitments for Premier Cricket. Kookaburra Cup restricted to competition between CTPL clubs - CN and CNW clubs excluded. 2014/15 A competition for girls under the age of 17 was introduced with six participating clubs. Completed the historical research program of all 1st class cricket records since 1866 in the proprietary Cricket Statz 10 database. 2015/16 The 150th anniversary of the competition was celebrated with the inauguration of the commemorative Hall of Fame. Clarence moved from Bellerive Oval to Kangaroo Bay Oval. 2016/17 A competition over 40 was introduced with six participating clubs. Some Player of the Year awards were renamed, 3rd class the Jim Stevens medal, U / 17 the Michael Di Venuto medal, U / 15 the Tim Paine medal (2nd class remained the Allan Newman medal). 2017/18 A women's Kookaburra Cup competition (one day) was introduced and the boys U / 15 competitions were restructured to separate one-day and T20 competitions and remove two-day games in that class. 2018/19 The Greater Northern Raiders were introduced to the men's 1st class to allow players in Northern Tasmania to compete in premier cricket. Brighton re-entered the league and participated in 3rd grade, boys U / 17, girls U / 17 and boys U / 15. A national premier cricket T20 competition has been launched. Shoobridge Park opened with a lawn as the second Glenorchy venue. 2019/20 The Greater Northern Raiders join a 1st class women's team and a U18 Vacation Cup team. 2019/20 Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic, CT decided that the Tasmania Premier League cricket season would be canceled with immediate effect, so there would be no final at the end of the season. In order to determine the premieres for the 2019/20 season, the SPS considered CTPL statutes 18.1 and 18.4 to be applicable. This state, “If there is no tie, tie or tie, the team that is highest on the ladder at the end of the squad matches will be declared the winner of the match in question. This applies to both the semifinals and the grand finals.