Friday Night cricket starts this Friday for all of our younger club members. The coaches are all ready and pumped to be getting into again this summer!
For those new to the Friday Night crowd, and as a reminder for returning families, here is the park layout and best places to park:
What do you need to do?
If you have registered already, just turn up! The sessions start at 6pm sharp, and on the first night we’ll split the groups in to the Super Star Academy and the Kiwi Cricketers as below.
If you haven’t registered yet?
No problem – jsut show up and let one of the coaches know you are a new member. They’ll help get you in the right place, and introduce you to our Junior Convenor. If you want to register now, you still can by filling out this registration form, and making an online payment as per the details on the form, and returning the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Superstar Academy – (formerly Have a Go)
For our youngest players (School years 1 & 2), there is a focus on participation, skill development, and confidence building through cricket-focussed ball play in the Superstar Academy program. This was previously known as ‘Have-a-go’. Boys & Girls play together with trained junior coaches in a fun and friendly environment.
For advanced Year 2s, Year 3’s & Year 4’s. This is still mostly skill and play based and gradually works up to short gameplay towards the end of each sessions. Boys and Girls play together. Some of our more advanced Year 4 players will then have the option to play after the Christmas Holiday’s in CJCA’s T20 Year 4 North Zone cricket, on Saturday mornings.
What happens after Friday Night Cricket?
As players head into Year 5, they move into more traditional cricket through junior T20 style matches and will play for Burnside in one of our Saturday morning sides.