This intermediate competition is aimed at children Under 12 years where they have to opportunity to build on their cricketing skills whilst learning the basics of teamwork, and the spirit of the cricket. Players must be under 12 years old as at the 1st of September with a copy of the child’s birth certificate required on player registration to validate eligibility.

The games are played against teams from other clubs in a relaxed and informal atmosphere and are held on Wednesday evenings between 5pm – 7pm at the various participating club grounds. The season starts in mid October & concludes in February with a break over the Christmas holidays. Accredited junior synthetic balls are used at all times. 
Teams include:
Under 10's - Joey's
Under 12's Development
Under 12's Modified



This competition offers children aged 10+ the opportunity to consolidate & enhance their cricket skills with teams fielded at different levels within Under 12 to Under 18 age groups. Because of the number of teams put forward by the club, all players are ensured that they participate at a level that is appropriate for their skill & experience.

This competition has produced a number of players who have gone on to play junior representative cricket and is an acknowledged pathway to senior cricket at local, sub-district and premier levels. We have  experienced coaches at all levels to ensure that juniors receive a solid grounding in the skills of cricket.

The season commences on Friday 7th October 2016 and concludes in March, with a break over the Christmas holidays. Each round is played over Friday Evenings, commencing at 5pm and concluding at around 8pm. 


Competitive & Non-competitive players are expected to wear white tops & pants. Club polo playing shirts are available for purchase through our merchandise manager (contactable via the Merchandise link in the main menu) and club caps presented free of charge to each new registration.

Competitive & non-competitive player fees cover player insurance, ground fees & team photos. 

Training sessions are held for competitive & non-comp teams one night a week after school at the club, usually for 1 ½ hours, with the day and start time determined by each team coach.

More information can be found via the "Coaches & Training" link in the main menu with information updated periodically.

Presentation of participation trophies to all non-comp players and team awards to competitive players is made at the club’s annual presentation night.