Registration evening will be on Friday 20th April commencing at 6.30pm at the Strand. A registration form and our Child Safeguarding Policy and Club Codes of Conduct are available on the Clubmark page of our website.
The bar will be open on the night and kwik cricket equipment will be available on the field (safety on the night will be purely parental).
The junior membership fee for 2018 is £50 (reductions for 2nd/3rd child) for the 17 weeks of training which is the same as last year. There is no extra charge for junior matches in any age group.
Spring/Summer Outdoor Training
Outdoor sessions will be held at The Strand from Friday 27th April through to the final session on Friday 17th August for all age groups. Sessions are from 6.30pm until 8.00pm.
In the event of adverse weather, we will post a message on the junior club website (www.attenborough-cc-juniors.blogspot.co.uk) by 5.30pm on training night. Please check the website before setting off if in any doubt.
2018 Junior Teams
This year we will be fielding the following teams:
Under 15s (Year 9 & 10) - Andy Waddle
Under 13s (Year 8) - Rich Henson
Under 12s (Year 7) - Mike Dickinson
Under 11s (Year 6) - Matt Allen
Kwik Cricket (years 3 to 5) - Carl Knight, Barrie Humphriss & Garry Bacon
Hardball league and cup fixtures will be posted on both the Calendar page of our main website (www.attenborough-cc.org/p/calendar.html) and on the Club's Play Cricket website (attenborough.play-cricket.com) as soon as they are released.
We are hoping to enter three Kwik cricket teams into the Sunday morning league with venues and dates posted on the website as soon as they are released. Times/dates are; all on Sunday mornings 10.00am until 12.00pm on May 14th (home), 21st, June 11th, 18th (home), 25th, July 2nd and 9th (home). Arrive 9.30am.
Our presentation evening will be held early September at The Strand.
I hope this will be a great opportunity to get together and reflect on a successful season. Further details to follow.
Attenborough Youth Section pride themselves on their junior members and the way they behave, both at training and during matches against other clubs. We strongly encourage our junior members to wear cricket clothing whilst training and representing Attenborough CC and we hope parents will support us on this. It must also be noted that youth players must be in possession of a protective guard (box) whilst playing hardball in both the nets and in matches.
Carl Knight & the youth coaching team