The Marrickville-Petersham district has a long and proud cricket history, with Marrickville District Cricket Club commencing in 1910. Our district and has been home to many Test legends - Australian Captain Bob Simpson and four of Bradman's 'Invincibles' - Sid Barnes, Ernie Toshack, Bill Brown and Ron Saggers.
Cricket greats Johnny Martin, Pat Crawford, Bill Alley, Jack Moroney and Tommy TJ Andrews also emerged from the Marrickville-Petersham area. Our area also boasts three Australian Women Test Cricketers - Mollie "the Demon" Flaherty, Hazel "Girl Bradman" Pritchard and Amy Hudson.
The modern Marrickville Cricket Club was formed in the 1992 and entered junior and senior teams in the local Canterbury & Western Suburbs Cricket Association competitions.
We are very proud to name our MCC teams after some of the great players from our district. We stand on the shoulders of giants.
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Since 2000 MCC has focused on and expanded its junior cricket program to provide for girls and boys in the area to develop their interest, skills and love of the game. We now offer cricket programs from ages 4 and up that support girl's and boy's development. This includes:
7-10 years Primary aged girls and boys can try the game with our Master Blasters program. A weekly 90 minute game session run over 8 weeks in February & March on a Friday evening. We run Girls Only and Mixed Centres. All equipment is supplied and parents join in the fun by umpiring, wrangling players and scoring.
U15s: 11 players/team, 20m pitch, 50m boundary. U15's play a mix of one-day (30-30) games and two-day games over consecutive Saturday mornings. Games are Saturday mornings on fields around the Inner West.
MCC is committed to developing girls and their families interest, skills and love of cricket from the earliest age through to club competition and representative level.
At MCC there is no such thing as a girl's sport or boy's sport - there is just cricket. Following on from the amazing success of the Women's Big Bash League and the Southern Stars Cricket Australia, Cricket NSW and local associations are focusing on encouraging girls to join in the fun of cricket.
We start with Junior Blaster (4-7 years) and provide players and coaches as role models to build their confidence and competence at cricket alongside the boys.
In the 7-12 year age group MCC works with CricketNSW to run the Master Blasters Inner West Girls Only centre. This an 8 week program of 90-minute sessions overseen by professional coaches and has all players batting, bowling and fielding to a backdrop of music and fun. Girls take centre stage and enjoy the sport with friends and old and new. Master Blaster is a great format to give primary school-aged girls a taste of the excitement of the game and develop cricket skills.
Girls aged 7-15 years are also eligible and welcome to play in the CWSCA junior club competition Stage 1, U11, U13 and U15s teams. We encourage mixed teams especially at the Stage 1 and U11 age groups.
MCC also enters teams in the girls only competition - Sydney Thunder Girls League. These teams are U13 and U15 nine-a-side teams which play on Saturday afternoons. These teams are supported by strong coaching and enthusiastic parents.MCC girl players are also eligible to trial for Canterbury & Western Suburbs Cricket Association (CWSCA) representative teams in the U13 Mollie Dive and U15 Margaret Peden Shield competitions. These representative teams play on Sundays. Trials usually take place in early September and games commence in October.
MCC has established links with the Universities Women Grade Cricket Club to give our female players aged 12/13 and up further coaching, playing and development opportunities in the Brewers Cup and continuing on to 3rd, 2nd and 1st Grade as they age.
MCC is now the largest junior club in the CWSCA.
No. of Registered
u11-2 Andrews - Premiers3rd div Seniors - finalists4th div Seniors - prelim finalistsU11-1 Simpson - semi-finalistsU11-1 Martin- semi-finalistsU13-1 Barnes - semi-finalistsU15-1 Barnes - semi-finalistsU15-2 Bats - semi-finalists
U16 Blue Semi-finalistsU14 Blue Semi-finalistsU12 Blue Div 1 PremiersU12 Bats Div 2 Premiers
U10 White PremiersU12 Blue Premiers
U11 Blue PremiersU14 Runners UpU9 Blue competition winners
U10 Blue Div 1 Runners Up
U10 White Div 2 Runners UpU12 Div 1 Runners Up
U14 Div 2 Premiers
U16 Div 2 Premiers
U12 A Div 1 PremiersU16 Div 1 Semi-Finalists
U10 Div 1 Premiers
U14 Div 1 Semi-Finalists
U16A Div 1 Semi-Finalists
U16B Div 2 Semi-Finalists
U10 Div 2 Premiers
U12 As Div 2 Premiers
U14 Div 1 Premiers
U16 Div 1 Semi-Finalists
U14 Div 1 Runners Up
U16 Div 1 Semi-Finalists
Louis Wilson - Male
Jazz Weston - Female
410 runs at 41
9 wkts at 11.11
U14 Div 1
487 runs at 54.11
11 wkts at 12.45
U12 Div 1
199 runs at 22.11
23 wkts at 11.73
U16 Div 1
388 runs at 129.3
11 wkts at 9.09
U10 Div 1
294 runs at 42.00
15 wkts at 7.00
438 runs at 36.50
12 wkts at 11.25
434 runs at 72.33
7 wkts at 29.00
U10 Div 2
380 runs at 42.22
19 wkts at 7.68
U12 Div 2
343 runs at 39.58
25 wkts at 10.28
25 wkts at 6.56
285 runs at 23.75
17 wkts at 13.20