U9

U9

The U9's play softball friendlies using the pairs cricket format. This format gives children a great experience of playing cricket while developing the skills that will stay with them for life, alongside helping them to understand the most important part of the game: fun! 

Managers - Dave Cauvin

Training - Tuesday 5.30-6.30

Matches - Sunday

U11

U11

The U11's  play hardball friendlies using the pairs cricket format. This format gives children a great experience of playing cricket while developing the skills that will stay with them for life, alongside helping them to understand the most important part of the game: fun!

At the end of the season they get the opportunity to play competitive cricket in the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival.

The SJCF is a hugely well respected competition for clubs to enter in the summer holidays. 

The format aids the transition from junior to senior cricket, getting the young people used to playing a longer format. 

Each age group plays during one week of the Summer holidays, culminating in a final on the following Sunday. 

Managers - Luke Talbot

Training - Tuesday 6.45-8.00

Matches - Sunday morning

U12

U12

The U12's play competitive hardball cricket in The Newbery Sussex Cricket League. In 2021 they finished 4th, in the league,  out of 12 teams.

At the end of the season they get the opportunity to play compete in the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival. 

The SJCF is a hugely well respected competition for clubs to enter in the summer holidays. 

The format aids the transition from junior to senior cricket, getting the young people used to playing a longer format. 

Each age group plays during one week of the Summer holidays, culminating in a final on the following Sunday. 

 

Managers - 

Training - Tuesday 6.45-8.00

Matches - Mon evening

U13

U13

The U13's play competitive hardball cricket in The Newbery Sussex Cricket League Division 1. They also enter the National competition which is 20 overs aside. Clubs entering will be put into to a draw with the early rounds be based on North/West & South/East divide to save on travel time. Games are arranged by clubs and to be played by deadlines set by the Sussex Cricket Foundation, traditionally played during the week though can be played at weekends.  

The club that wins Sussex competition will go into the regional rounds which leads into the national competition. Entry into the competition is via your clubs affiliation. 

At the end of the season they get the opportunity to play compete in the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival. 

The SJCF is a hugely well respected competition for clubs to enter in the summer holidays. 

The format aids the transition from junior to senior cricket, getting the young people used to playing a longer format. 

Each age group plays during one week of the Summer holidays, culminating in a final on the following Sunday. 

 

Managers - Dan Mitchell

Training - Tuesday 6.45-8.00

Matches - Thursday evening

U14

U14

The U14's play competitive hardball cricket in The Newbery Sussex Cricket League Division 1. 

At the end of the season they get the opportunity to play compete in the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival. 

The SJCF is a hugely well respected competition for clubs to enter in the summer holidays. 

The format aids the transition from junior to senior cricket, getting the young people used to playing a longer format. 

Each age group plays during one week of the Summer holidays, culminating in a final on the following Sunday. 

 

Managers - Mike Foreman

Training - Friday 6.30-8pm

Matches - Tuesday evening

We welcome all youngsters of whatever standard and endeavor to give all players an opportunity to play in matches once they are members of the club. The summer subscription is £85.

To obtain details of how to join please contact our youth co-ordinator James Duddy on 01273 841374 (07796 592765) or email stjamesfuryyth@gmail.com 

Junior Section