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Lindfield Cricket

What form of cricket should I register for in 2023/24?

Our club provides the following opportunities for junior cricketers:

  • Lindfield U7 Skills Clinic for boys & girls aged 5 - 6 yrs old (Kindergarten) - Lindfield Oval on Saturdays

  • U8 Cricket Blast Competition Program for boys & girls aged 6-8 (Year 1 or 2) - Friday, Training and Saturday, Game Day

  • U9 - U17 'Whites' mixed cricket, competition played against other clubs on the North Shore, games on Saturdays or Sundays (depending on the format & age group)

  • Sixers Girls Cricket League - girls only, 7 -17 yrs old, held Saturdays

Scroll down for information on these options:

  1. Beginners Options (Girls & Boys)

  2. Boys & Mixed Cricket Competitions

  3. Girls Only Cricket

Any questions? Email Larissa our Junior registrar for help:

For further details on age eligibility, and which group your child should register for, please visit this page: Lindfield Junior Cricket - Age Eligibility


(Note: Girls can play in any of these competitions, or look for a Girls only team further down)

During registration please note which age group/format, day and time you wish to play.

Please contact Larissa the Junior Registrar ( with any questions, particularly if new to the game.


All Lindfield U9 teams train on Friday nights from 5-6pm pm at Lindfield Oval, East Lindfield, by parent coaches or paid for coaches under the guidance of senior club coaches.

Other teams train once per week at either Lindfield or Killara. More detail on training times and locations will be provided following registration and team allocation.


At Lindfield we do not grade players allowing players to play with mates and encourage coaches and managers to give all players a fair go. We welcome you to submit full or partial teams (email Larissa at to submit yours).


During registration players can nominate friends they would like to play with. Requests for players to play together with their friends will be taken into consideration wherever possible, but on occasion cannot be guaranteed eg, if players have different age eligibility.

The only age group that has Divisions is the U12s T20 Saturday PM Competition. There are 2 - 3 divisions and is the biggest competition in size. We can help advise which division would be suited to your team.


For keen cricketers you may register to play in multiple teams for the season eg, U11 T20 Saturday and U11 30 Overs Sunday. There is an additional fee of $120 to have a confirmed place in a second team. Girls can play in a Mixed comp as well as a Girls only comp.

The NSJCA rules and competition specifics is referred to as the “Blue Book” and addresses the specifics of each age group that can be viewed here


During registration please note which age group/format, day and time you wish to play.

If insufficient registrations are received for any competition category, we will work with you to reallocate your registration to another category.

If you have any questions please contact the age co-ordinator below:
U10/11 Age Co-ordinator: Wally McColl,

U13 Age Co-ordinator: Brenton Key,
All other age groups please contact Larissa Holmes,

Click here for more information on Junior Cricket

>> Register here for Junior Cricket <<


For Girls cricket, the skill level of the player is the key driver of what competition they should play in.

Age is an indicator, but by no means is it the key factor.

Girls will get the most enjoyment and growth through playing with others of a similar skill level.


U7 Lindfield Cricket Skills Clinic

Our own Skills Clinic is a 12-week program is the first step for most on their cricketing journey. For girls and boys aged 5-6 years old (Kindergarten) and held on Saturdays during school term from 8.00AM to 9.15 AM. Any events cancelled due to wet weather or ground closures will be added to the end of the season.


This is designed and delivered by club senior players, who deliver a skilled program that introduces basic cricket and general ball skills in a fun group environment. Parents are required to participate alongside their children and no cricket knowledge is required. Each week our coaches will focus on skill acquisition games for the first 45 minutes before breaking into smaller groups for a fun cricket match to end the session. Afterwards enjoy breakfast from the Lindfield BBQ.


U8 Cricket Blast (previously known as Master Blasters)
Typically players who have completed our Skills Clinic (or older players who are new to cricket) join this program. 

With all events aligned with the school term, players will be allocated to a team and will participate in Friday night (5-6pm) training by a parent coach or team paid coach. Coaches will be guided by the clubs weekly program with the support of an appointed head coach and club senior players.


Game day on Saturday is at Hassall Park, St Ives from 8:00 – 9:30AM, against teams from St Ives & Pymble. There is no keeping of scores, ladder or finals series, with the emphasis on participation to develop skills. It’s a great atmosphere with plenty to do whilst waiting to bat with more coaching and skills acquisition at the centre of the ground.


We encourage girls only teams to be created and permit girls to be older if they are new to cricket. 

Expressions of interest requested: If there is enough interest there may also be a Girls Sunday morning 20 and 30 over competition.

Click here for more information on Junior Girls Cricket

>> Register here for Junior Girls Cricket <<

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