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The Cricket Blast programs will not only allow your child to develop new skills such as catching, throwing and teamwork, they will also be introduced to the fundamentals of cricket while making new friends and increasing their passion for cricket.

The Junior Blasters program is suitable for ages 5 to 7 years old, sessions last 60 minutes for six weeks. 

The Master Blasters program is for ages 7 to 10 years old, games are generally 75 – 90 minutes on a Friday evening.

juniors

Make new friends and take your batting, bowling and fielding skills to the next level with Junior Cricket. Junior cricket is organised games of cricket played on a Saturday and can be suitable for kids with basic cricket skills.

The Junior Cricket Pathway is perfect for boys and girls aged 9-16 years. It includes a staged approach to help kids develop the required skills in a fun and action-packed way.

leigh owen

The Sunshine Coast Women’s Competition is a T20 competition currently played fortnightly on a Sunday. The season begins in October and ends in February. This competition is still growing and caters for all abilities from ages 14yrs and older.

Our Women’s team has been very successful during the first few seasons and we welcome new and ‘seasoned’ players to our club.

jeremy schultz

We offer various divisions to cater for all abilities, from a limited overs competition, aimed at the social cricketer, through to the Sunshine Coast first grade competition.

Other than the limited overs competition, all other divisions play a mixture of 1 day and 2-day cricket. The first division also play a standalone T20 competition. The season generally runs from the first weekend in October through to early March with finals played for both the 1 day and 2-day competitions.

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