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Community Cricket

The Junior arm of Claremont Nedlands Cricket Club is located in the western suburbs of Perth.

We have more than 600 junior participants each and every season across the variety of formats, programmes and local competitions that we are aligned too. The Club thrives through the volunteer efforts of parents in coaching and managing the various teams and also in working on our Committee. Please let us know if you can provide assistance in these roles, or by sponsoring our Club.

The Club's philosophy is to focus on developing the children's cricket skills and love for the game making sure everyone gets a fair go and can really enjoy their cricket no matter what level you are.

Usually, volunteer parents will coach and manage the teams, with CNCC arranging for coaches to undertake free of charge the 3 hour Level 1 Coaching course to assist them with coaching the team in a fun and engaging way. CNCC’s coaching staff also provides assistance to our Community coaches and players. The Club is keen to ensure all our juniors receive better coaching and one aspect of this is to ensure our coaches have the requisite skills.

The Western Australian Cricket Association manages junior cricket in the Perth Metropolitan area through the Community Junior Cricket Council (CJCC).

CNCC fields Community Cricket teams for boys from Year 4 up to Year 11, and for girls in Years 4/5, 6/7, 8/9 and 10/11/12 age groups.

Saturday Morning (8:00 - 11:00) | All Girls and Year 6 Boys
Saturday Morning (8:00 - 12:00) | Year 7 and 8 Boys
Sunday Morning (8:00 - 11:00) | Year 4 and 5 Boys
Sunday Morning (8:00 - 12:00) | Year 9 and 10/11 Boys

Junior Registrations


In Western Australia, the age groups in which you are placed to play, are decided by the school year group that player is in as of the 1st of July. So a child in Year 6 at school, will need to be registered in and participate in Year 6 cricket.


The individual age group rules for Community Cricket can be found at the CJCC website HERE

The CJCC website also contains details of CJCC Policies and Procedures that apply to Community Cricket.