OPPORTUNITIES FOR GIRLS TO PLAY DURING THE WINTER

Cricket has become a sport we can offer all year round and the indoor game is a fast paced 6 or 8  aside game which can be enjoyed by all. 

Below are some opportuntities girls had to get involved with indoor cricket this winter and keep the love of cricket going..

 

SOMETHING TO BRIGHTEN THE DARK DAYS...

 

 

        

 

With florescent tape, glowing windballs and glowsticks galore, 8 teams took part in our new winter offering of Glow in the Dark Cricket, which was great fun. Playing Countdown Cricket and scoring with the Countdown Cricket APP the games of 45 balls lasted around 40 mins and then the lights were put back on! Ooooooos! and AAAaaahhhhs! came when the lights went off and games concluded with no injuries and big smiles on all the faces! We are looking forward to running the same events next year....look out for the entry forms! 

GIRL'S INDOOR CRICKET TOURNAMENTS

 

UNDER 11 GIRLS 

These were competitions open to those girls who were in the under 11s age group last season, so covered under 12s down (Year 7 and below). The competitions were 6 aside pairs cricket. Rules can be found here

Click on the picture to enter.

 

This winter we saw 12 teams across 3 venues take part in the indoor tournaments. The friendly festivals allowed the girls to keep their skills going through the winter, cementing their team spirit and allowing for everyone to have a go in the pairs Countdown Cricket games. 

We look forward to running the same tournaments again next year - so again look out for the entry forms for a busy winter of cricket! 

               

 

 

 

 

 

UNDER 13s and 15 GIRLS 

Devon County Indoor Competition for these two age groups were very successful. Games were 6 aside pairs cricket. The girls played in the correct age group they will represent in the season 2022. Younger players were welcome to make up older age group teams. Rules can be found here

 

 

Under 15s

Under 13s

Under 11s

 

 

 

 

If you would like any more details of the above, please contact Ann-Marie Presswell