April 2016 – end July 2016
6.00pm to 7.30pm
Main pitch and 2nd pitch
Ages - Year 4 to Year 11
Contact: Richard Durrant
Cost: Free of charge
May 2016 – end July 2016
9.30am to 11.30am
Ages 5-9 years
Contact: Jamie Harris
Tel: 07947 524254
Cost: £4 per session
We are a thriving and friendly club with fantastic facilities at Polo Farm Sports Club. We provide quality coaching for boys and girls aged 5 to 18 from complete beginners to international players and new members are welcome at any time during the season. We have around 150 boys and girls in our junior section that play league matches and friendlies.
Kwik Cricket starts on Saturday 7 May from 9-30am to 11-30am running through until late July. This is open to boys and girls from age 5 to 10. The cost is £4 per session with equipment provided.
We were the first club in the Canterbury District to be awarded ClubMark accreditation and Focus Club status from the ECB. Our child protection policy and associated codes of conduct can be viewed or downloaded from this website. We are delighted to have been re-accredited this year.
Canterbury is one of a small number of cricket clubs in Kent that have been involved in the Chance to Shine initiative the single biggest school sport development initiative ever undertaken in this country. With this coming to an end 3 years ago, with the support of the local business community we have been into 4 local primary and secondary schools since, with a program of cricket coaching.
Training sessions start on the 26 April and a joining form can be found here.
A structured program of coaching for boys and girls takes place throughout the summer - see details opposite.
The Brian Terry Scholarship provides a pathway for the development of our most promising young cricketers to make the transition into adult cricket.
During the winter months indoor nets take place at the Polo Farm Cricket and Hockey Centre.