Club uniform on match days
On match days, the Club's expectation is that every player will take the field in:
- a NSDJCC cricket shirt
- a NSDJCC broad-brimmed cricket hat or club cap
- white cricket pants
- white (or mainly white) cricket shoes or runners, with white socks
note that in season 2019/20 we transitioned from the shirt design with
sponsorship introduced for season 2015/16 to a new shirt design with
extra colouring and no sponsors' logos. For season 2020/21, the club will require all players to wear the new shirt.
All new players to the club will receive a playing shirt and broad-brimmed club hat (cost included with their registration fees).
Effective from the start of season 2020/21, players are required to wear the club training uniform at training (club training shirt and club training shorts - as is currently required for North Sydney Seniors at training). For season 2020/21, each player registering at the club will receive training kit for no extra cost.
Purchasing additional uniforms and kit
For returning players requiring a new shirt, the cost is $35. Also available for purchase, as part of our online registration process through www.playcricket.com.au is the following optional club merchandise:
- club broad-brimmed hat $18
- cricket pants (NSDJCC logo) $45
- club cap $15
- club hoodie $50
To ensure you have any purchases before round 1, please ensure you have placed any orders by mid-September.
Images of the Club's match day and training apparel can be downloaded here!
For all inquiries regarding club uniforms, including uniform purchases, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cricket gear for training and games
Each team is issued a kit by the Club, which includes all equipment necessary for playing, so
there is no requirement for players to have their own gear. However, we find that as players progress through the age groups at the Club, most tend to acquire their own gear, and as a result the team kit for U12 and above tends to be limited to "team" items such as stumps, wicket keeping gloves and boundary cones, rather than individual items such as bats, gloves and pads.
From U9 onwards, we find most players prefer to have their own abdominal protector or “box”, which
can be purchased from sporting goods outlets / cricket equipment shops for around $15. It is also a requirement to have your own cricket ball for use at training, as we find the team supply of balls often runs out quickly. The Association ball requirements are as follows:
90g aero "club" ball - girls U11
140g aero "match" ball - U10
142g leather ball - U11 to U13, girls U13 and above
156g (full size, 2 piece leather) - U14 and U15
156g (full size, 4 piece leather) - U17
If you want to purchase your own gear, a starting list is:
etc, etc... lots of ideas for birthdays or Xmas!