junior girls leauge

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What is SCCA Junior Girls Cricket League?

The SCCA Junior Girls Cricket League is aimed at girls aged 10 to 14 who are either new to cricket or have played Master Blaster. 

The league is structured in a way that will allow girls to learn skills throughout the season, build confidence in a safe and inclusive environment, and to fall in love with the cricketing universe.

The league will be split into three learning phases with central festival days at the end of each phase. These festival days will provide an opportunity for players to learn more about the game, meet other players and have some fun celebrating cricket.

Between the festival days the ideal scenario is clubs playing within a geographical zone; North, Central and South.

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Season details:

Season Dates:
The league will be played on Saturday mornings and will start on the 22nd of October until the 10th of December (8 Weeks), before a Christmas break, it will restart on the 28th of January
and play until the 4th of March (6 weeks). *Registrations will remain open, and players can enter the
league at any time

9.55am through to 12pm *matches may be played earlier if venues permit 

Playing Conditions:
Played on a synthetic wicket in full gear with a softer ball.

Cricket Australia Stage 1 rules 

Club Trainings

Club Trainings (All trainings are open to any new player wanting to come and have a go and find out more information before registering)

USC Cricket Club

Thursdays, 4-5pm

Eric Moes Oval, Ballinger Sports Park, 176 Ballinger Rd, Buderim

Tewantin Noosa Cricket Club​

Information/Come and Try – Thursday 13th Oct, 4-5pm

Trainings – Tuesdays 4-5pm Read Park, 2 Poinciana Avenue, Tewantin

Coolum Cricket Club​

Wednesdays 4-5pm

Ron Cargill Oval Coolum Sporting Complex, Coolum Beach

Weeks 1 - 3

Introduction Phase

Introduction to Stage 1 rules and getting use to wearing protective equipment. Everyone will get the chance to bat, bowl and field. Engagement will be supported using modified aids such as Master Blaster hitting tees and softer balls.

Week 4

Coulour Blast Round

An opportunity to bring all teams together at the one location where we will play modified games, meet one another, and learn new skills – and of course the famous colour run (Nov 12th)!

Weeks 5 - 7

The Tranistion Phase

This will provide an opportunity to introduce a harder plastic ball and embed new skills learnt from the super round. Modified aids such as tees are removed.

Week 8

Christmas Festival

A festival day like Week 4 – this time with a Christmas theme!

Weeks 9 - 13

Post-Christmas Phase

Fixtured games continue under Stage 1 rules including the use of the harder ball if appropriate.

Week 14

Final Round & Presentation Day

The details of this will be worked out as the season progresses.

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Caboolture Cricket Club

28 - 44 Grant Rd, Morayfield
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Caloundra Cricket Club

2 Lewis Street, Caloundra
Coolum Sharks

Coolum Cricket Club

Coolum Sporting Complex, Coolum Beach
Cooroy Eumundi

Cooroy Eumundi Cricket Club

Mary River Rd, Cooroy
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Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club

902 Steve Irwin Way, Glasshouse Mountains
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Landsborough Cricket Club

15 Tunnel Ridge Road, Landsborough
Maroochydore CC

Maroochydore Cricket Club

4 Cover Drive Mooloolaba, Buderim
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USC Cricket Club

Ballinger Sports Park, 176 Ballinger Rd Buderim
Tewantin Noosa

Tewantin-Noosa Cricket Club

2 Poinciana Avenue, Tewantin