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About Our Club

North Sydney Juniors is the cricket club for boys and girls who live in the local government areas of North Sydney and City of Willoughby (southern part).  We are the junior arm of the North Sydney District Cricket Club, one of the oldest cricket clubs in Australia, and are affiliated with the North Shore Junior Cricket Association.


While we welcome everyone, our players typically attend the following schools:
 

 

 ANZAC Park Public School
 Artarmon Public School
 Cammeray Public School
 Cammeraygal High School
 Loreto Kirribilli Marist North Shore
 Mercy College, Chatswood Monte St Angelo Mercy College
 Neutral Bay Public School North Sydney Demonstration School
 Northbridge Public School
 Redlands
 Shore
 St Aloysius
 St Ignatius Riverview
 St Mary’s, North Sydney
 St Philip Neri Northbridge
 St Pius X, Chatswood
 Wenona
 Glenaeon
 

 

Our club provides the following cricket opportunities for juniors:

 

Woolworths Junior Blaster Cricket Skills Program for 4 to 7 year old boys and girls  (St Leonards Park, North Sydney)

Woolworths Junior Blaster “Boy Free Zone” cricket skills for girls aged 4 to 7 (St Leonards Park, North Sydney)

Woolworths Master Blaster more advanced cricket skills for boys and girls aged up to 8 (Gore Hill Oval, St Leonards on Saturdays, and "girls only" option on Wednesdays at Bon Andrews, North Sydney Oval No 2)

U9 junior competition participation introduction to "whites" cricket

U10-U17 competitions

Sixers Girls Cricket League - girls only 7 -17 years, held Saturdays


Junior Blaster is the first step for most on their cricketing journey, with a skills-based program and fun, mini-games run in groups.  Ages of participants will generally range from 4 to 7.  The next step is Master Blaster, and usually participants will have completed at least one season of Junior Blaster, and be aged 7 or 8.  Once again this is skills-based with games involved, but not competition style against other clubs.  "Whites" cricket begins at the under 9 level, with teams playing against other clubs on Saturday mornings.

 

For competition cricket U9 and above, team training will be held one weekday afternoon each week, during the season.  Typically this commences one or two weeks prior to the start of the season.  More detail on training times and locations will be provided following registration and grading.



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