We run a Milo In2Cricket program for boys and girls aged between 5 to 7 years who have never played cricket, however, we welcome all children who are new to cricket and want them to get the skills required to play games.
* For kids aged 5 – 7 * 8 – 12 Week Program
* Learn basic cricket skills * Sessions last up to 60 minutes
Our T20 Blast program, as part of the Queensland Cricket (QC) endorsed T20 Blast competition, is for girls aged 7 to 11 years and boys aged 8-10 years with basic cricket skills, but who haven’t played organized cricket before (but may have done MILO In2Cricket).
* Girls aged 7 – 11 and boys aged 8 – 10 * Games are played at one venue
* All games last up to 90 minutes * 8 week program
* Girls aged 7 – 10 and boys aged 8 – 9 * Games are played at one venue
* Intra-Club Competition * Batters use protective clothing, pads, gloves and box
Saturday Junior Competition
Our Junior Cricket program fields teams in the Brisbane North Junior Association (BNJCA) competition in ages and provide a participative yet competitive environment.
*Under 10, Under 11, Under 12, Under 13, Under 14, Under 15 and Open (Under 16 – Under18)
* Played at venues around North Brisbane
* There is no grading in any competition.
* Age groups up to and including U12 are not competitive (i.e. no competition points awarded). U13 upwards are competitive.
- In2Cricket – Aged 5 – 7 Years
- T20 Blast – Aged 7 – 11 Years
- Super 6’s – Aged 7 – 10 Years
- Girls Cricket Competition (Junior Cricket Stages 1 to 3) – Aged 9 – 18 Years
Visit the individual Cricket Program page for more information and registration details.
* Girls are permitted to ‘play down’ up to 2 age groups to account for any difference in skills or maturity levels.
Please note: there is often overlap between the programs and age ranges below. This accounts for girls who might still be developing the skills required to play in games or simply might prefer to enjoy this particular format for various reasons.
Combining Club and School Cricket
We appreciate the demands placed on parents when it comes to deciding whether to play or not play both Club and School Cricket. Club fixtures are structured so that players are able to successfully combine playing both Club cricket for Wilton Norths and cricket for their school, parents often splitting these across Club Cricket in Term 4 and School Cricket in Term 1.
For those players who love their cricket and wish to play at the highest level Wilston Norths encourages players to continue playing for the club so to maintain exposure to the Pathway programs.
Most schools also offer opportunities to play representative cricket for Metropolitan North School Sports.