THERES still one more registration day for Singleton District Junior Cricket Association on Saturday September 8 from 9:30am to 11am.
Head down to Singleton Sportspower, 89 John Street Singleton on Saturday morning to register for the upcoming season of cricket.
Cricket is a great way for children to get exercise and is perfect for summer weekends
Junior players are placed in teams by the committee after registering with the Association but are able to select the Club they wish to play for.
Every endeavour is made to put the players into the team of their choice.
But incumbent players and those with family allegiance receive first priority in a team.
To play junior cricket players must have turned seven by August 31 2012.
Age groups are Under 10, Under 12, Under 14 and Under 16 as at August 31.
It is hoped to also have an In2Cricket (previously known as Milo Cricket) squad this season which is for boys and girls between the ages of five and eight.
For this to go ahead the Committee are looking for a co-ordinator to run the program which goes for approximately six weeks .
Enquiries regarding junior cricket can be made to secretary Megan Peters on 65714869 or email@example.com or Registrar Helene Goadsby 0438731573 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The senior cricket season is also fast approaching and Singleton cricketers are getting focused on getting the gear together and registering for the season ahead.
Players should be contacting their club to sign up for the upcoming season which commences on October 6.
Cricket in Singleton caters for men and women of all ages and all abilities.
Aspiring representative players are also catered for in both juniors and seniors and opportunities exist for players to contest positions in Hunter Valley and higher competitions.
Clubs playing in the SDCA Competition include
Jerrys Plains Colts – Tim Gore 0458710111,
Valley – Helene Goadsby 0438731573,
Creeks – Gavin Wake 0404055798,
PCH – Daniel Oldnow 0422233725,
Glendon – Tim Dunn 0429205903.
Cricket is played on Saturdays in Singleton with the representative competition played against representative sides from throughout the Hunter Valley on Sundays.