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Hawks CC Juniors

The Program

Hawks CC are developing their junior division, which was first established in 2018. Membership is open to all boys and girls and we are proud to have a team of people comprising of Co-ordinators, a Welfare Officer, Team Managers, Coaches and Assistants who run this colts section. We are committed to providing a SAFE, FRIENDLY and WELCOMING environment for all children wanting to learn and play.

Co-ordinator: Jason Samuels

Welfare Officer: Jason Samuels



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Junior Membership

The welfare officer at Hawks CC is Jason Samuels, who will be the main point of contact for all junior enquiries. If you would like to enrol your child, parents can contact Jason via email at Hawkscc1969@gmail.com. For information about membership subscriptions and match fees, please see the Membership Page on our website. Found here ...Membership

All Stars Cricket

All Stars Cricket provides a fantastic experience for boys and girls aged 5-8 years old, where they are guaranteed 8 weeks of jam-packed fun, activities and skills development. The programme is designed to introduce boys and girls to the sport, teaching them new abilities, helping them to make new friends and encouraging them to have a great time. Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies.

Dynamos Cricket

Dynamos will provide a fantastic next step for all those graduating from the All Stars programme and is the perfect introduction for all 8-11 year-olds new to the sport! The Dynamos programme focuses on developing fundamental movement skills and applying them in an exciting game of countdown cricket. We know how important it is to look like the heroes of the game, so every child who registers will receive their very own Dynamos Cricket New Balance t-shirt, personalised with their name and number.

• The programme is very much game focussed.
• Children will use soft balls and light wooden bats
• Introduction to game play through a countdown cricket match
• New Balance personalised t-shirt with name and number
• Valuable time with your kids – mums and dads are encouraged to take part too
• Complementary digital app experience
• Safe and fully accredited


Our aim is to enable youngsters to develop basic and (where relevant) advanced cricket skills so that they can progress to higher levels of cricket, but the primary objective is for them to enjoy their cricket in a happy and pleasant environment. In addition to skills and techniques they will be taught teamwork, fair play and experience a culture of good behaviour. To these ends we have developed codes of conduct for our coaches, parents/carers, and for our junior players to which we seek parental commitment.

Transition to Senior Cricket

One of the Junior Section’s primary aims is to inspire youngsters to go on to play cricket in their adult life. Making the transition into senior cricket on a Saturday or Sunday is a big step in any young player's development and can be very daunting. ECB guidelines state that generally juniors cannot take part in open-age cricket until they are in Year 8 (under 13s level). From that age onwards Hawks CC will take into consideration the ability and the potential safety of the player as well as other considerations as outlined by the ECB Guidelines for Junior Players in Open Age Cricket. Juniors transitioning into adult cricket will most likely start in the 3rd team. From there we will ensure that there is a plan in place to ensure that they are given appropriate and adequate chance to shine and progress. If juniors are asked to play in adult cricket it will not be just to make up the numbers. At Hawks CC we will do our utmost to manage the step up in a manner that puts players and parents minds at ease and makes the whole experience enjoyable and worthwhile.

Safe Hands Policy

The ECB's Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children is available for you to download on the ECB Website (https://www.ecb.co.uk/safeguarding/policy-and-procedures).