Brisbane North Junior Cricket Association is launching an ALL GIRLS competition in February 2017 to run parallel to the post-christmas junior competitions.
The competition is planned for the following age groups:
- Under 9/10s a format for girls aged 9 – 10 years. However, younger girls demonstrating an advanced level of cricket ability or girls aged 11 or 12 of an appropriate level can also participate.
- Under 11/12s a format for girls aged 11 – 12 years. However, younger girls demonstrating an advanced level of cricket ability or girls aged 13 or 14 of an appropriate level can also participate.
- Remember, girls can “play down” up to two age groups, depending on their skills level and physical maturity. Therefore girls aged up to 14 can participate in the GCC where appropriate for their specific case.
For further information you can go to the new website, www.BNJCAgirls.org.au
We are hoping to form at least two teams to represent the Hawks in this exciting new competition. The competition is aimed at existing and new players and will not interfere with any Friday night cricket commitments. Players already registered with the Hawks for the current season will be able to play at no additional cost. New players will have to pay a registration fee yet to be determined; this will include a team shirt and Hawks cap.
Please contact Steve Casey by email or just click this email link email@example.com if you are interested. Please be quick to register your interest so you won’t miss out, there is plenty of interest already and one team has already been filled.
Girls Only Cricket Camp
The Hawks are hosting a girls only cricket camp at South Pine Sports Complex, January 17th to 19th 2017. The camp is designed to develop individual batting, bowling and fielding skills while maximizing enjoyment for all the age groups. Delivered by accredited all female coaches, this camp caters for all skill levels from current players through to girls who are new to cricket.
To register please access the above linked website and click on camps.
The Hawks Committee