WPCSA serves WPCA in scoring for youth games, club games, semi-professional, franchise and international games. It also gets requests from private companies to supply scorers for their annual team building tournaments or any other company cricket matches. The WPCSA serves clubs with scorers where needed but its main priority is the Premier and First Division Clubs.
The Western Province Cricket Umpires Association recruits and trains cricket umpires of any age, gender, race or religion; appoints umpires to official WPCA club matches; and develops the skills of members throughout the year in order to remain one of the top cricket umpire associations in South Africa.
Learners with Special Education Needs (LSEN) cricket in the Western Cape represents cricket played by learners who have difficulties that may include dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Initially, in 2003, LSEN cricket was represented by two independent bodies. Mark Kamies chaired the LSEN schools such as Jan Kriel, Westcliff, Tafelberg and Vista Nova and Heidery Losch chaired the youth care and education centres in Bonnytoun, Ottery, Faure, Khuthele and Lindelani. The respective chairmen decided to amalgamate the two bodies to form what is now WP LSEN Schools Cricket.
Le-Roy Robertson (Chairman)
WP Deaf Cricket is a fully-fledged associate member of WPCA that participates annually in the CSA National Deaf IPT and is currently under the interim chairmanship of Shamiel Howley (Ex Protea and WP Deaf Player).