Junior Program 2022/2023
All our training and game programs are provided in a COVID SAFE environment with our approved Return to Train and Play plans on our website under Get Involved. 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.
This season we will be fielding teams in the U/11, U/13, U15 & U/17 competitions of Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB).


The club is seeking to build an U14 girls team to play in the AGCC (All Girls Cricket Competition). Please challenge your daughter and her friends to try cricket. Let's all grow women's participation in sport.


For Junior Blaster program (4 - 7 years old) go to Caulfield's Junior Blaster page
For T20 Master Blaster (7 - 9 years old) go to Caulfield's T20 Master Blaster page
Our Junior Coaching Panel all have Level 1 & 2 qualifications.

The  Under 17 AND 15 teams play their home games on turf, helping our juniors transition into
senior and representative cricket.


We communicate using the following mediums and your coach / team manager will also communicate with their teams regularly

             - Email            
            - Twitter - @Caulfiled CC
            - Facebook - Caulfield cricket club juniors
Online Registration & Payment
To register go to:
Enter the postcode 3161 in the "Where can I play?" box and select Caulfield Cricket Club
Follow the prompts to register
Please contact our Junior President, Ty Matthews  (0401 997 867) prior to registration to confirm if places are available.


Girls - As part of subscriptions all girls receive a playing shirt and club cap - you do not need to purchase a playing shirt. We will provide you one.


$150 plus $5 mandatory insurance forU14 Girls

Boys -  New players receive a free club cap.  

$370 plus $5 mandatory insurance for U/15 and U/17s (includes umpire money for the season, please note U15 will receive a cream caulfiled playing shirt as part of subs)
$270 plus $5 mandatory insurance for  U/13s ( Includes Caulfield playing shirt)


$270 plus $5 mandatory insurance for U/11s ( Includes Caulfield playing shirt)

We have playing shirts and other training and club apparel available for purchase.


U/11s and U13s play in coloured tops (a white playing shirt is not required). 


U/15s and U/17s play in cream shirts and cream pants with a Caulfield Club logo


U14 Girls play in coloured tops and white pants






The playing season runs from October to mid March.


Pre-season training is on Sunday mornings at Caulfield Park main oval and cage nets from until daylight savings starts, start date and times to be confirmed. U/17s are welcome to train with the seniors during the senior's pre-season training.


Training during the season is at Caulfield Park main oval and cage nets.

The boys U/11 (5:30pm to 6:30pm) train Tuesday evenings & U/13 and U15 squads and U17 (5:30pm to 7pm) train Wednesday evenings during the season.


The U14 Girls team will train Monday nights 5.30pm to 6.30pm and play Wed evenings

The U17 Squad during the season are also invited to train with the seniors who train on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Many of our U17s (and some U15s) play in our senior teams. 


Match times
1 September is the age cut for for team (for example, if you are 10 on September 1 you are U11, if you are 11 then you are U13. Our coaches will work with you to place your children in the correct team.
U/11:  Teams play on Sunday mornings with their home ground at Caulfield Park oval # 3 from 8.45am -11am. Arrive 8:15am for warm up.
Teams play on Sunday mornings from 8.45am-11am in the new 30 over modified competitions. Arrive 8:15am for warm up.


U/15: home matches are played on Sunday mornings on the main turf Caulfield Park oval from  8.45am – 11.45am

U/17: home matches are played on Sunday mornings on the main turf Caulfield Park oval from  8.45am – 11.45am

U/14 girls - play Wednesday evening from 5pm to 7:30pm


Development Program


Team Grading Policy

           Participation vs. Winning



Senior Selection 

The Club runs a Junior Development program which will assist children that are looking to extend themselves and play senior and representative cricket. Tristan Banks (Level 2 coach) will run this program by invitation only on Thursdays at senior training


T20 Master Blaster
All 8-9 year olds, particularly those transitioning from Junior Master Blaster Cricket are to at least have one season of T20 Master Blast Cricket before they commence playing under age cricket
U11s and girls cricket is about participation and all players will have an opportunity to bat and bowl.
U13s Boys
Competition is also about participation, with an eye toward winning. The aim is to give everyone a bat and bowl, during the season. Should the team make the finals, the focus then becomes about winning, so not all players may get the opportunity to bat and bowl.


U15s and U17s Boys
Competitions are more competitive with an aim to playing players in there areas of strength. Coaches will try to give as many players as many opportunities as possible, but not all players should expect a bat and bowl every week. Again, the focus in final campaigns changes to winning games so not all boys will get to bat and bowl.
Grading of Teams


The grading of teams will be made by the Junior President and based on Ability, Attitude and Potential with consultation from coaches.

Senior selection

Juniors are able to play seniors if their skill levels warrant or selection availability arises. Please inform the Junior President if you want your child to be available for senior selection. It is the responsibility of each junior player to check if they have been selected in senior teams and make unavailabilities known before selection night on Thursday.

Like any club, we need volunteers! No previous cricket experience is necessary.

There are a number of important positions that need to be filled by Junior parents. These include:

- Junior Committee Member: The Junior Committee requires organisation of junior social activities including the Christmas Party. This is an important fundraising event as well as a fun night!. The Committee will also advise me on junior club matters.

- Coaches - Please let us know if you can be a coach or and assistant coach 
- Team Managers: Each team requires a manager!
- Day duties - umpires, scorers, set-up and morning tea
The Junior Program cannot succeed without volunteer involvement.
All players must wear a hat, sunscreen and club cricket attire, including appropriate footwear. 
The Club will hold a Christmas party and an end of season award's night and regular training day events. 



For any queries regarding our Junior Program, please contact:

Ty Matthews
Junior President
0401 997 867