The Perfect Pitch is taking shape as we speak. With a growing social media following we have progressed from a few 100 followers in late 2014 to over 20 thousand in 2016 and closing in on 80 thousand in 2017, we now have weekly contributors sending in their stories, work and appreciation of cricket pitches, venues and facilities at all levels of the game.
One of the great aspects of the Perfect Pitch is the amazing amount of young and budding curators out there that have sent in pictures of their backyard cricket pitches. The dedication and love of cricket knows no bounds and this has been one of the most rewarding aspects of creating The Perfect Pitch.




Our biggest contributors to The Perfect Pitch is you, without you, we wouldn’t have grown to over 90’000 likes on Facebook with a world wide reach.

Without you, we wouldn’t have hundreds of pictures flowing in monthly to share with our audience.

Without you we wouldn’t have a multitude of experience at hands where we can chip and help each other out with ideas, suggestions, ways to get into the art and just general conversation.

So thank You for being a part of The Perfect pitch!




Jack Flynn

Owner and creator of the Perfect Pitch, Jack has over 10 years experience in producing cricket pitches. His current role is Head Curator at NT Cricket.

Residing in the Northern Territory, Jack has still been able source content from contributors all around the world along with continuing to develop and hone his curating skills.

In recent years, he has worked on Sheffield Shield, BBL & WBBL matches along with work experience at North Sydney Oval, Spotless Stadium and Etihad Stadium.

In 2015 he also worked with Shayne Ried on the Tennis Australia, Davis Cup Tie held in Marrara Sporting Precinct in Darwin.

Greg Askew

Greg’s experience in pitch creation and turf management is second to none. Travelling the world for consultancy work, Greg is a vital contributor with his knowledge and experience.

Peter Devlin

Peter Devlin is another valuable contributor to the Perfect Pitch. With his work at North Sydney Oval along with consultancy work all around NSW, he is the go to man for pitch preparation in Sydney.

Todd Heinrich

Todd’s experience in turf is much the same as Greg and Peter, working in a multi-purpose stadium in New Zealand, where his facility will go from a cricket venue one evening to an A-League soccer match the very next day.

Justin Groves

Justin has been working with SACA for 17 seasons in cricket pitch preparation from grade cricket, domestic and international games. Experienced in curating consultancy and turf management. Cricket pitch construction consultant as well as outfields.

Justin recently accepted a position with Sydney Cricket Ground Trust as the Grounds Manager of the SCG and Allianz Stadium.