Western Australians have never had a better opportunity to play cricket at a format, day and time that suits their lifestyle. For kids starting the game through to adults looking to experience social cricket there is a form of cricket for you!
Junior Blasters are 5-7 year old children who experience fun, game based activities. Sessions run for 60 minutes to provide an action packed environment while learning new skills including catching, throwing and teamwork.
All participants in Woolworths Junior Blast receive their own Blasters pack including a shirt personalised with their own name on it! All equipment is supplied and parents join in the fun.
Western Australia has more than 120 Junior Blaster centres stretching from Albany to Kununurra and to find your local centre click here.
Master Blasters are 7-10 year old children who are ready for the next step in the junior cricket pathway. With 90 minutes of action centred around a game every child gets the chance to bat, bowl and field.
Master Blasters is designed for children who can bowl with a straight arm over 14 metres with all the equipment supplied and kids also receive a bonus participant pack that includes a hat featuring the colours of their favourite BBL team.
With more than 100 Master Centres across Western Australia you can find your nearest club click here.
Australian cricket has recently transformed with the implementation of junior formats across the country. These formats are based on extensive research focused on skill development, maximising participation and creating an environment that best reflects cricket at the top level.
With shortened pitches, less players on a team and a shorter match duration kids are experiencing a more action packed cricket experience.
As age groups become older the game formats adjust in line with the players ability allowing for a smooth transition into senior cricket.
To find your local club visit playcricket.com.au
The Perth metropolitan area plays host to 9 senior women’s community cricket teams in a T20 format.
This important competition provides an opportunity for new adult female players and returning cricketers to participate in a semi-competitive club based community competition.
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