Graduates and undergraduates combined, the UNSW Cricket (Mens) Club fields seven men's teams, the top five playing in the SCA Grade Competition, the premier competition in Sydney.
Enjoy first-class coaching, outstanding facilities and access to mentors through senior players, administrators and the alumni network.
The Club cultivates a great spirit, humour, enthusiasm and true sportsmanship for anyone keen to improve their cricket skills.
This is a competitive club that has 5 graded (mens) teams, plus a team in the U21 and U16 competitions in the NSW Premier Cricket competition (arguably the strongest amateur domestic cricket competition in the world) + one team in the Sydney Metropolitan Cup competition.
The club sets aside days (New Player try-outs) each year where players that are seeking to make the transition into NSW Premier Graded cricket (or are simply moving clubs) can trial and demonstrate their skill set. This generally takes place in the month of June or July (2021 - i.e. for the 2021/2022 season) players need to keep and eye on the clubs website and Facebook for the dates / time / venue.
During this time, any cricketer may attend and our Selectors will watch, coach and rank players across the weeks. At the conclusion of these trials, the Selectors invite those players that match the requirements of the Club and are regarded as capable of playing graded cricket to attend our formalised graded club pre-season trials, and will compete for selection in a team against current club members.
Training times and locations:
Club training is held on Tuesday's & Thursday's - from 16:00 to 20:00 - David Phillips Cricket Nets.
NOTE that ALL new players must contact the club’s secretary (email@example.com) and provide playing history and details before attending club training. - training attendance is permitted by invitation ONLY.
Used to be $365.00 for the 2020/2021 season (Mandatory gear is an additional $105.00). Prices set to increase for 2021/2022 season. (Member prices)
Allows a player to be eligible for selection in a 15 round season.
Find out more at the UNSW Cricket website.