Forest District Cricket Club
Registration for the 2017/18 season is now open.
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 MILO in2Cricket, MILO T20 Blast, traditional cricket and girls-only competitions.
Hot off the press… the latest news at Forest Cricket….
Forest Cricket – Club Coaching Day and Welcome BBQ – 2 September
Forest District Cricket Club will be holding a coaching session for all teams followed by a BBQ on Saturday, 2 September, 3pm-5pm Melwood Oval. We’ll be having specialist coaches on hand to run through drills for all players in batting, bowling, … Continue reading
Format and Playing Time Changes for the 2017/18 Season
Important Message from MWJCA New cricket formats for U9s to U11s U12s and U13s playing cricket on Saturday afternoons (will be confirmed based on number of teams). Dear Parents and Players As you may be aware we have a shortage … Continue reading
Free Forest Cricket hoodie if you recruit a new player
This season, the Forest District Cricket Club is giving a brand new Forest Cricket hoodie to any player who recruits a new player to the club. When that new player registers, have them email us with your name so you can … Continue reading
Forest players pick up MWJCA Awards
Congratulations to the following Forest players who won awards at the 2016/17 MWJCA Awards Presentation: U11 Division 1 Highest Batting Average Tomas Cheetham 140.67 (MWJCA record) Lowest Bowling Average Louis Robertson 9.6 Bowling Aggregate Louis Robertson 15 wickets Junior … Continue reading
Winter School Holiday Cricket Clinic
For those interested in keeping their cricket skills active over the Winter, Manly Warrinah Cricket Coaching School will be running a cricket clinic during the first week of the school holidays (3 to 5 July). It will again be held at Weldon Oval over three … Continue reading