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Cricket Blast

The format for the Cricket Blast development program delivers improved skill development and greater involvement for all players, whilst ensuring the game is faster, action packed and more fun for all involved.

Junior Blasters Program

Season: October to February
Age: 4 to 7 year olds
Time: 8:30am to 9:30am
Location: Boronia Park Ovals, Park Road, Hunters Hill

 

Junior Blasters program teaches girls and boys the skills to play Australia’s favourite sport, through fun game based activities.

Junior Blasters is for kids learning the basic skills of cricket with participants building their skills through fun, game based activities. The games are designed for small groups to ensure every child gets a go, allowing them to test and learn new skills. When they have mastered the basics they will be ready to graduate to Master Blasters where they can play modified games of cricket.

Features of the program:
  • For boys and girls learning the basic skills of the game (ages 4-7)
  • Teaches basic cricket skills
  • Minimum 6 week program
  • Sessions last up to 60 minutes
  • All equipment provided
  • It’s safe – we use plastic bats and a rubber ball
  • Inclusive of children with a disability
  • Great opportunites for parent involvement
What your child will learn:
  • Hit a moving ball
  • Bowl with a straight arm
  • Throw, pass and catch balls
  • Track and trap balls
  • Game sense
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Sportsmanship

Master Blasters Program

Season: October to March
Age: 7 to 10 year olds
Time: 8:00am to 9:30am

 

At Master Blasters level, kids get a chance to play modified games of cricket in a fun and social setting.

Masters Blasters is a fun, social, safe, cricket program for boys and girls who can bowl with a straight arm over 14m. It is much shorter than traditional cricket, with a maximum of 90 minutes playing time. All the equipment is supplied and the games usually take place at the same venue each week, at a local cricket club or community centre.

Master Blasters prepares kids for the first stage of Junior Formats and Junior Indoor Cricket. If your child has these skills they are ready for the next step!

Features of the program:
  • Perfect for boys and girls who can bowl with a straight arm over 14m
  • Approximate age range is between 7 to 10 year old’s dependent on skill level
  • Includes modified games of cricket
  • Minimum of 6 sessions with each session lasting up to 90 minutes
  • All equipment provided
  • Everyone gets a chance to bat, bowl and field
  • We provide all the equipment
  • Girls only teams, as well as mixed teams are available
  • Caters for children with a disability
What your child will learn:
  • Judge, respond and hit a moving ball
  • Run between wickets with calling
  • Bowl with a straight arm over 16m
  • Catch and throw over 16m
  • Game sense
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Sportsmanship
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Junior Cricket

Playing a competitive modified game where all players bat and bowl.

Majority of games are played locally around the Hunters Hill, Ryde and Gladesville areas. Other games will depend on which cricket association your child’s team plays in.

Registration includes training polo shirt, drink bottle & cap.

Features of the program:
  • Perfect for boys & girls aged 9-17 years
  • For kids with basic cricket skills
  • Play games of cricket
  • Allows kids to transition based on ability to the adult game
  • Fun and active
  • Join our cricket club and make friends!

We offer a Saturday morning competition for U9’s – U11’s  and offer a choice of Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning competition from U12 and above.

Players are asked to indicate their preference at time of registration.

Competition hours of play
  • SATURDAY MORNING: 8.00am to 12.00pm.
    Played over consecutive Saturdays and some one day games.
  • SATURDAY AFTERNOON: 2:00pm to 6:00pm.
    One day games and some two day games that are played on consecutive Saturdays.
  • SUNDAY MORNING: 8:00am to 12:00pm.
    One day games and some two day games.

U9’s through to U11’s (Stage 1 Pathway Program)

Season: September to March
Extra: Match ball included in registration
Players: 7 per team
Pitch: 14m
Boundary: 40m
Overs: 20 per side
Duration: 2 hours

U12’s

Season: September to March
Players: 11 per team
Pitch: 20m
Boundary: 45m
Overs: 32 per side
Duration: 4 hours

U13’s to U14’s

Season: September to March
Players: 11 per team
Pitch: 20m
Boundary: 50m
Overs: 32 per side
Duration: 4 hours

U15’s to U17’s

Season: September to March
Players: 11 per team
Pitch: 20m
Boundary: 55m
Overs: 32 per side
Duration: 4 hours

For further details across the junior cricket competitions please contact
Kate Bermingham • 0451 102 003
admin@piratescricket.com

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Junior Girls Cricket

It is a fun, fast and competitive cricket league specifically organised for girls. Cricket is a great team sport with a place for everyone.

Girls T20 Thunder Spring League

Pending level of skill, dispensation available for girls slightly over age or who want to play with their friends.

Played Saturday afternoons from approx 1 pm to 3.30pm and 3:30pm to 5:00pm.

U11s, U13s and U15s

Season: October to December
Players: 9 per team
Pitch: 18m
Boundary: 45m
Overs: 20 per side
Duration: 2.5 hours

 

Features:
  • For 11-17 year olds
  • For girls with basic cricket skills
  • Continue to improve their cricket skills
  • Play fun games of cricket
  • Play with friends and develop new friendships
  • Game duration 2 hours
  • Format T20
  • Played on Saturdays afternoons
  • Season duration of 6-8 weeks
  • Training offered during weeknights

For further details across the junior cricket competitions please contact
Kate Bermingham • 0451 102 003
admin@piratescricket.com

Volunteers

Volunteering is one of the most important and rewarding functions in our community. Fortunately, cricket offers some of the best and broadest ways to be involved in the game and significantly, it offers the chance to contribute to your children’s experience.

Each year we require parent volunteers to help either coach, manage, umpire, score, help co-ordinate club events or assist on the committee.

If you’re there, great! But if you’re part of the experience, that’s even better!