WHAT WE OFFER
We have programs available to suit all age groups:
Master Blaster - on Friday evenings from 5pm at Waverley Oval we run a girls only Master Blaster session. Master Blasters is a super fun, social, safe, cricket program aimed at 7 to 9 year olds (although ages can be flexible). The program is much shorter than traditional cricket, with a maximum of 90 minutes playing time. All the equipment is supplied
Under-11s will play Stage 1 cricket, this is a modified format with 7 players a side and an emphasis on fun and participation. Games will last approximately 2-2.5 hours.
Under-13s can play either Stage 1 or Stage 2 depending on ability. Stage 2 cricket is 9 a side with less modified rules, its a step closer to traditional cricket. Games will last approximately 2-2.5 hours.
Under-15s will play Stage 2 cricket. Stage 2 cricket is 9 a side with less modified rules, its a step closer to traditional cricket. Games will last approximately 2-2.5 hours.
DATES AND WHERE TO REGISTER:
Easts are committed to providing access to junior cricket. Any players facing financial hardship due to COVID can contact the club directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss their situation.
Information on formats: Australian Cricket Pathway Foundation
What do I get for my money?
Registration fees include Easts playing shirt and hat, relevant association fees, council ground fees, insurances, use of appropriate cricket equipment, use of Waverley as training ground, club coaches (Waverley sessions), use of Easts Centrewicket system to track development progress. Additionally at Easts we provide age focused development opportunities through cross age group training with our junior high performance coaches.
I have more than one Child to register?
We offer discounts if you have multiple children playing at Easts. If you are registering children in Junior Blasters (formerly In2Cricket), Master Blasters (formerly T20 Blast) and Juniors we will reimburse the discount once the season starts.
What is the difference in the style of cricket played at Junior level?
Cricket Australia has published a comprehensive document outlining the formats to be followed for junior cricket. They are working on ensuring that the format and style of game is consistent for all associations, clubs and schools across Australia. The formats are geared to ensure an age appropriate approach to player participation and development and take into account the needs of parents as well as kids by having faster more inclusive game formats.
When do we play and when do we train?
All age groups play on a Saturday.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Please email email@example.com for all Girls cricket enquiries, firstname.lastname@example.org for all Junior Blaster cricket enquiries and Paul at email@example.com if you have any questions about any of the other cricket programs at Easts Cricket.
What do I do if I've registered my child for the wrong program?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what changes we need to make!
Interested in sponsoring Easts Cricket Club?
Contact our Sponsorship Manager TODAY - A wide range of affordable, tailored packages are available.