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1. Introduction

Junior Cricket at Seaham Park CC

Seaham Park CC junior section provides coaching for young cricketers of all abilities from the ages of five to eighteen. We provide a safe and supportive environment for all our juniors to learn and develop their cricketing skills. Our main aim is for our Junior players to have fun whilst playing cricket and to play to the best of their ability, whilst developing an understanding and a love for the game of cricket where our Junior players play cricket fairly and with respect for their team mates, their coaches, the opposition and officials.

We currently field nine Junior teams in all, from U9 through to U18, competing in the Durham Cricket Junior League including 3 all girl teams at u11, u13 and u15.

Outdoor Training Sessions

Our outdoor training sessions take place on Friday Evenings from 6:00pm – 7:30pm at the Cricket Club. Sessions are organised and supervised by coaches who are DBS checked and ECB qualified, a number of our coaches have Coach Support Worker and UKCC Level 2 qualifications, all under the watchful eye of Head Coach John Appleby.
They are open to children in the age groups from Under 9s (School Year 4) through to Under 18s (School Year 12), outdoor summer training sessions take place from April through to the end of the season in September.

Each sessions is split into age groups Under 9s, U11s, U13s, U15’s and U18’s and takes place on the outfield and in the outdoor Nets.

Indoor Training

Indoor winter training sessions take place from November to March and for the last few years have been held at Seaham Youth Centre on various week nights depending on age group.
Details of Indoor training will be updated as and when available.

Junior Matches

Seaham Park CC Juniors compete in the Durham Cricket Board Junior League and Cup competitions.
U9s and u11s play on a Sunday morning
U15’s Monday Evenings 6:00pm start
U13’s - Wednesday Evenings 6:00pm start
U18s – Tuesday Evenings 6:00pm start
U11s Girls –
U13s Girls –
U15s Girls –