The objectives of these Festivals are to provide ALL Girls and 6, 7 and 8 Boys the opportunity to have fun and develop their skills at higher levels of cricket.
Any creation of Development or Emerging teams at Year 7 and above is based on reviewing the feedback on previous events.
Each year group assesses whether Development and Emerging split should occur – in 2020 Development and Emerging teams were selected in Year 8 only.
Leading into the 2021/22 season each of the Boys year groups has come up with an outline of how their Year group will operate – these can be viewed below.
Year 8 – Year 8 202122 plan v3
Year 7 – Year 7 202122 plan v2
Year 6 – Year 6 202122 plan
The CJCA is pleased to announce details of its 2021 Girls Summer Festival – a new 3 tier approach is being trialled this year to attract as many girls from a wide of range current playing abilities to get together in a girls-only environment.
Games will be organised on Sunday the 14th & 21st of March on the Polo Grounds – please read on for more details and a link to the Registration page.
It is hoped that skills developed at this Festival will provide players with added confidence to regularly compete at a high standard in their respective age groups and so increase their levels of enjoyment and commitment.
CJCA’s primary objective for these festivals is to provide all players with opportunities to further develop their skills further and enjoy playing with and against their normal teammates.
We will have three levels of competition in this festival,
- Incrediball Year 5/6s including new year 5s that may be coming out of Year 3-4 Cricket)
- Novice Hardball Year 7/8 can also include confident Year 6s.
- Competitive Hardball Year 7/8, including the new Year 9s.
Please register here for the festival HERE
THE COST WILL BE $15 PER DAY – WE WILL CHARGE THIS AFTER THE EVENT BASED ON ATTENDANCE AS WE SOMETIME GET WEATHER AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR.
This festivals continues with the use of artificial wickets as we feel this is the best surface to enable their skills to develop. Many thanks to all the volunteers that offer their help. We simply could not run these festivals without you.
The CJCA Executive is extremely grateful for all the hard work put in by the many volunteers who help make these festivals take place. These include team managers, selectors, CJCA Executive members and umpires. Please remember that, as is the case in all sports, the Umpires decision is final and must not be debated or challenged.
Enjoy the tournament!