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Lord's Taverners Indoor Centre
A funding highlight for Lord's Taverners WA has been the WACA Indoor Cricket Centre. Assistance with the initial funding of this purpose-built facility in 1992 and with the upgrade in 2004 to encourage its year round use has delivered significant benefits to cricket in WA at both the elite and grass root levels.

Today the Lord's Taverners indoor Centre is used by a wide range of cricketers including the Retravision Warriors, The Western Fury, Under 17 and 19 male and female teams, district and community clubs and WACA  coaching courses for  promising young cricketers.

Each year the WA Indigenous Cricket Team, coached by former Australian Test player, Bruce Yardley, uses the facility prior to competing in the Imparja Cup in Alice Springs.  The Imparja Cup is sponsored by Lord’s Taverners WA and the WA team  is the current Cup holder.