Meaning of WACA in English:

WACA

Pronunciation /ˈwakə/

abbreviation

Australian
  • Western Australian Cricket Association.

    ‘she has helped change the culture of the WACA’
    • ‘The WACA President said the values represented by the sponsor mirrored the traditions of the sport and WA's premiere team.’
    • ‘The WACA is delighted to have secured this agreement with Retravision.’
    • ‘WACA responds angrly to CEO rumours’
    • ‘She has made a significant contribution to the WACA over the last two years.’
    • ‘In my view WACA Members and the cricket public should not be swayed by baseless media commentary.’
    • ‘Cricket Australia supports the investigatory process undertaken by the WACA.’
    • ‘He happens to be the bar manager at my WACA Cricket Club.’
    • ‘She was the chair of women's cricket at the WACA in Australia.’
    • ‘The WACA respects that Tom has an important task over the next month as he leads Sri Lanka towards the climax of the World Cup in the West Indies.’
    • ‘The WACA chief executive said he was an important signing.’

noun

Australian
  • the WACAThe cricket ground in Perth that is the home of the Western Australian Cricket Association.

    ‘he scored 117 in yesterday's warm-up match at the WACA’
    • ‘The WACA was expanded and rebuilt.’
    • ‘They will prepare in Fremantle for next Friday's tour opener against Western Australia at the WACA.’
    • ‘The firm WACA playing surface will be conducive to running rugby, but manager Donal Lenihan admitted concern about some areas of it.’
    • ‘They staged a Twenty 20 game at the WACA last night between WA and Victoria.’
    • ‘Few among the record WACA crowd ever truly felt that the underdogs were destined for a big score.’
    • ‘Get an Indian groundsman to prepare the WACA wicket as he wishes!’
    • ‘Brought up on the fast WACA wicket at Perth, he is a superb player of quick bowling.’
    • ‘It is great that the game is at the WACA in front of my home crowd.’
    • ‘Strong Barmy Army minds combine to inform these guardians of the WACA that this idea is unnecessary.’
    • ‘He took 8 for 24 on a bouncy WACA pitch.’