Big Clash results are in – best cricketers in Adland revealed

By AdNews | 26 March 2024
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The summer of UnLtd’s Big Clash industry cricket has wrapped up with matches in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and for the first time in Adelaide.

Agency teams were most successful in the 2024 tour securing four wins across the states, closely followed by media owners with three wins and Creatives with two wins.

More than 600 people took part in the events to bat and bowl for good to raise funds for UnLtd’s work supporting youth at-risk charities.

The Sydney event in February also marked the 10-year anniversary of the event. Since its start, the Big Clash series has now raised over $1.4M to support young people at risk.

UnLtd commercial director Tiffany Damm thanked all our sponsors, supporters, players and prize donors and everyone who came along to help raise funds for young people at risk.

“What a summer of cricket!" Damm said.

"We had heatwaves, gale winds and wet pitches but that didn’t stop the industry coming out in force to support us on the ovals!

"It was fantastic to bring the event to Adelaide as well and to receive such a warm welcome."

The series also included an MiQ competition to find the fastest bowler in Adland.

The fastest female bowler across all states was Gabby Ferreira from OMD Sydney and fastest male bowler was Kristian James from Nine Melbourne, recording a whopping 132 km/h bowling speed.


Big Clash 2024 Results:


Women’s Agency

Men’s Agency

Exhibition Match: Media Owners

Players of the Day: Alex Williams & Kellyn Coetzee



Women’s Media Owners

Men’s Creative

Player of the Day: Ben Johnston



Women’s Media Owners

Men’s Creative

Players of the Day: Jack Geary & Emma Heinz



Women’s Agency

Men’s Agency

Players of the Day: Maddy Papilion & Chris Moore


The next UnLtd event is the Big Splash sailing regatta on 12 April in Sydney.

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