A season of cricket for both girls and boys from ages 8 to 17 from October to March. Even though there is a Girls Only competition, girls are still welcome to play junior cricket.
No previous cricket experience is required.
Children can play in older age grades, as long as they are capable.
Girls have the option to play in the grade younger than their age, but boys cannot play in younger age grades.
Under 10, Under 12, Under 14, Under 16.
Ages for Junior Grades is taken as at 1st of September before the season begins.
Children over 16 and under 18 must be in the Senior competition (in a suitable grade) while still only paying Junior subscription fees.
Note: This is just a guide until the official fixtures from the MPCA have been released.
At that time, fixtures will be accessible from the MyCricket website.
|Age Group||Match Days||Start||End|
|Under 16||Friday evenings||5pm||8pm|
|Under 14||Sunday mornings||8:30am||10:30am|
|Under 12||Saturday mornings||8:30am||10:30am|
|Under 10||Friday evenings||5:00pm||6:30pm|
Training is held at the Steve Thompson Oval. The main ground at Wedge Rd, Carrum Downs.
Training times for the 2019-2010 season are yet to be determined.
A CDCC junior playing shirt, a CDCC cap or wide-brimmed hat, long white cricket pants and runners. Sunscreen is also advised.
For training, a white, or predominately white, shirt should be worn.
Players must supply their own groin protector (i.e. a box). The club cannot supply these.
The next important item is a helmet. While helmets may be shared, individual helmets reduce the transfer of head lice.
Helmets MUST be worn whilst batting, whether playing or training.
Batting gloves, pads and a bat can be purchased at any cricket shop.
Junior teams may have their own Kit Bag with an assortment of pads, gloves and helmets to be shared by players who do not have their own equipment. We cater for both left and right-handers.