From hosting Milo In2 Cricket sessions for younger kids through to competitive games for all grades from Under 10 to Under 16, Sandy Creek Cricket Club has a comprehensive junior programme backed by accredited and experienced coaches.
Congratulations to the Sandy Creek Under 16s, coming from fourth position to win the 2018/19 premiership! A very disciplined performance saw them defeat ladder leaders South Gawler in the semi final. After losing the toss and having to field, the young Cockies proceeded to roll the favourites for 74 runs in just 23 overs. Wickets
It’s winter time and it’s footy season but there’s still room for cricket!! Over the past years the Club has run an Academy to give our junior players an opportunity to get a head start on the cricket season ahead. This year is no different in respect to the Club running the Winter Academy, although
Congratulations to the Sandy Creek U14 side on winning their Grand Final in dominant fashion! In what was almost the perfect season for the young Cockies, the Grand Final against the (also previously undefeated) Angaston team was almost as one sided as many of their other games. Angaston won the toss and batted first, amassing
Unfortunately the Sandy Creek A-Grade has been defeated by South Gawler in their semi-final over the weekend. After bowling the opposition out for 184 in just 48.3 overs (Rooster 4/46, Diener 4/81), the Cockies were left under 100 overs to chase it down. Unfortunately they had a collapse of 5 wickets for 1 run to
Season 2017/18 is due to kick off for Under 12s in late October. The format has changed this year, with Under 10s no longer being a separate age group competition. Instead, players aged under 10 as of 30th September 2017 will be rolled into Under 12 Level 3. Players aged under 12 as of 30
Ethan Morrow, affectionately known as Easy E, has had a breakout season for the Cockatoos in 2016/17. Making his A1 debut in Round 2 vs Kapunda, he has not only played U16s and A-Grade for Sandy Creek each week, but has also piled on the runs for the B&LCA U16 carnival side and the Northern
Massive congratulations to Under 16 Daniel Koch on winning the Kelly Mattner Cup (Association Junior Player of the Year) at last night’s Barossa and Light Cricket Association presentation night. Despite missing a game with injury, DK won the Association U16 Batting Aggregate by more than 100 runs over the second place-getter, teammate Ethan “Easy E”