Please note that we have changed the dates for the junior cricket grading. They are now going to be held on:

Sunday 9th September from 12:30
Saturday 15th September from 12:30

Hopefully both of these dates will be at Duffys Oval, Terrigal but this will need to be confirmed in the next week.

Ideally, we'd like to see our young cricketers attend BOTH trial days. However, we realise that this may not be possible for all families.

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REGISTRATIONS OPEN UNTIL 8TH SEPTEMBER 2018!!

 

 

Proposed Age Groups:

 

Ages 10-16

 

U11 – Stage 1. 7 players per team, 16m pitch, 20 overs per team, non-comp

U12a/b/c – Stage 2. 9 players per team, 18m pitch, 30 overs per team, competition.

U13a – Normal cricket (normal pitch)

13b/c – Stage 2. 9 players per team, 18m pitch, 30 overs per team, competition.

U14A – Normal cricket

U14b/c –Stage 3. 11 players per team, 20m pitch, 25 overs per team, competition.

 

The CCCA are proposing running an U15 competition if there are sufficient numbers. This will be normal cricket. If there are not enough 

numbers then these players would move to U16 age group.

 

U16 – Normal cricket

 

 

Ages 7-10

  •  
  • 90 Minutes of action
  • Recommended for kids aged 7 - 10
  • Twelve weeks of fast-paced cricket games
  • For kids with basic cricket skills who can bowl with a straight arm over 14 metres
  • Every kid gets a chance to bat, bowl and field
  • Wear the colours of your favourite Big Bash heroes in your choice of coloured player cap
  • Make new friends or organise a group to play together
  • All equipment supplied, parents join in the fun
  • It's safe - we use a rubber ball

 

Ages 5-7

 

  • 60 Minutes of fun
  • Recommended for kids aged 5 - 7
  • Eight weeks of action
  • Learn new skills including catching, throwing and teamwork
  • Make new friends or organise a group to learn together
  • All kids get their own Blasters Pack and wear the colours of their favourite Big Bash heroes
  • All equipment supplied, parents join in the fun
  • It's safe - we use plastic bats and a rubber ball