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To successfully and efficiently function administratively, junior cricket is dependent upon the help of parents, the volunteers, thus we need the assistance of parents to make it work.
As a rule the club desires that one parent or guardian from each family must attend every Saturday. Your children need your support. Parent attendance lifts their enjoyment of the sport.
We ask parents to indicate whether they can help in scoring, managing a team, coaching, umpiring, or assisting in the management of the club.
The club places teams in the local Inner West Harbour Cricket Association Competition from the ages of 8-16. We also place teams in the South Eastern Competition Association on Sundays, for the ages of 13-16, where we have a large number of boys that go to Private schools but want to continue club cricket and have the opportunity to play Representative Cricket or play in our Senior teams on Turf. There is also the opportunity to progress to Green Shield for the various local Grade Clubs as well as the Club's Representative team in the Frank Gray Shield, played in the Shires Competition.
Where possible the Club requires District qualified Umpires to accompany each each team, plus the Coach to be level 1.
The Club is prepared ro pay the expenses of the tuition to achieve these goals for the teams. This only enhances the teams expertise but raises the level of the participation in the sport of Cricket.
Help where you can in assisting team members to games and coaching.
Cricket is a team sport that helps personal development, working with others towards a common goal. Social skills as well as providing vigorious exercise.
For those parents who want too know more about the the game , scoring, the rules and how the competition is conducted, there will be parent information nights in September and October.
These are a must for those people who want to know more about the game and the philosophy behind the Association and the conduct of junior cricket.
There is planned, inservice nights and coaching programs for the Coaches, within the club as well, so we will keep you posted, through your coach and the Web Site.
Core Concepts for consideration in the wider program.
1. Family program.
2. Player Involvement – SENIORS.
3. Player Involvement – JUNIORS.
4. Talent Programs.
5. Schools program.
As long term objective: Bring schools into club and Association competitions.