All our coaches have done the Government's infection control training. All parents, children, officials and spectators will be required to follow our COVID SAFE Return to Train and Play program as directed by each team's COVID SAFE officer.
T20 Master Blaster is part of Cricket Australia's early development program following on from the Junior Blaster program. It is designed for boys and girls from ages 7 to 9 and helps develop children's understanding of how the game is played in readiness for Under 11’s.
The T20 Master Blaster program is a 12 week program, where girls and boys have a fun introduction to cricket as an organised game and play simultaneous games of T20 cricket all on one field. The game runs for approximately 90 minutes against different teams. Each team has 6 to 8 players who bat in pairs for four overs each and each player bowls two overs each.
The format allows parents and coaches to interact with participants throughout, ensuring the skills of cricket are taught in an action-packed game. It provides children with an enjoyable and safe learning environment where they can build their confidence, develop new skills and play games.
From ages nine onwards, we encourage children with the right skill level to move into our U/11 teams. The Caulfield Cricket Club's T20 Master Blaster Program is run by experienced senior players with accredited coaching qualifications, ensuring that your children will receive sound advice and coaching. The program teaches children the most important lesson of all which is to have FUN and LOVE THE GAME!
Click on this link to register - Play Cricket
Enter the postcode 3161 and select Caulfield.
You will be sent your Master Blaster kit to your home address.
Registration fee $99 plus $5 insurance including GST. You receive a Caulfield Club shirt and cap (for new players only)
Games: Saturday morning - Due to COVID-19, Master Blaster will commence on Saturday 6 February.
We also train from 5:30pm to 6:30pm at Caulfield Park main oval on Wednesday evenings during the season.
A parent or guardian should remain at the ground during the session or arrange for another adult to be responsible for your child (or children) in the event of injury or a premature conclusion to the session.
We need volunteers. No previous cricket experience is necessary. A program such as this needs parents to volunteer and help work with the coaches. There are a variety of roles that can be undertaken by parents to assist the running of the games.
All children must wear a hat, sunscreen and appropriate shoes (runners).
At all times, Caulfield Cricket Club will conduct the T20 Blast Program in a safe environment. The program is held outdoors so weather will (and does) affect us. Caulfield Cricket Club reserves the right to cancel a session if the ground is unsafe for any reason.
The following weather cancellation policies apply:
Caulfield Cricket Club holds a fun Christmas event to which you are all invited. We also hold a presentation function at the end of the season.
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