Forest District Cricket Club
Registration for the 2018/19 cricket season is open for boys 5-9 years old and for girls 5-15 years old.
Click here for all the details you need to know to register.
Welcome to Forest District Cricket Club, the local, junior cricket club for Forestville, Killarney Heights, Frenchs Forest and nearby suburbs.
We are part of the Manly Warringah Junior Cricket Association and have cricket programs and competitions for girls and boys from ages 5-17, including Junior Blaster, Master Blaster, traditional cricket and girls-only competitions.
Hot off the press… the latest news at Forest Cricket….
Junior Cricket Tour of the UK – 2019
Vikings Cricket, in conjunction with Lyon Cricket and Sydney Cricket Coaching, is dedicated to providing international touring experiences to junior cricketers (13-16 years-old) and have designed a once in a lifetime opportunity for Junior Cricketers to participate in a tour … Continue reading
Steve Smith and Shane Watson playing at Manly Oval this Sunday morning
MWDCC have confirmed that Steve Smith and Shane Watson will be playing for Sutherland in a T20 match against Manly at Manly Oval this Sunday starting at 10am. See attached flyer. There is a 2nd game afterwards against North Sydney. There … Continue reading
Registrations closed for U14s and U15s
Forest Cricket’s U14 and U15 (Saturday morning) teams are now full and regsitration is closed for these age groups. Registration is still open for all other age groups including girls-only teams. More details are on our registration page.
Women’s cricketers wanted
Third Grade Women’s Team Manly Warringah District Cricket Club are seeking female cricketers to join the club’s 3rd grade side for the 2018/19 season. With the recent success of the debut season of the u/17 Brewer Shield, MWDCC is continuing … Continue reading
2018/19 Season Registration is Open
Registration for the 2018/19 cricket season is now open for U10 – U18 – girls and boys. There are few changes to the format of some of the younger age groups and there is a new U11 girls competition. The … Continue reading