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          Year 0 and 1: Have-A-Go Cricket

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Welcome

Welcome, and thank you for considering the Auckland University Cricket Club (AUCC) as the club to introduce the great game of cricket to your child.

Who

Boys and Girls in Year 0 or Year 1 at school at the satrt of the cricket season.
 

Where and When

Colin Maiden Park - click on "Draws/Grounds" for a map.

The sessions run on Friday afternoons from 4.15pm to 5.15pm, normally from the 1st weekend after Labour day to mid-December, then from early February to the end of March.  For this season's dates please see the Club Calendar.

Cancellations due to weather will be posted on the Cancellation page by 2:30pm on the Friday afternoon, and all registered players and prents will be advised by email as soon as the call is made

What is Have-A-Go Cricket?

The AUCC Have-A-Go Cricket is an introductory programme for 5-6 year old boys and girls run by our professional Club Coaches. It is designed for beginners and incorporates high participation with skill development. It provides an opportunity to have fun and to learn the fundamental batting, bowling, and fielding skills of the game, and to experience and enjoy New Zealand’s most popular summer sport. We do this through a series of planned sessions in which the children participate in a variety of activities and modified games.

Have-A-Go is an excellent programme, with the emphasis on fun and positive encouragement as our key objective.

It is the perfect introduction for those children in Year 0 (New Entrants) and Year 1 at school as it is played with plastic stumps and bats, and with tennis balls. From Year 2 to Year 4, the Club offers children a modified game of cricket with a softball on Saturday mornings.

Year 1 players who are familiar with cricket and keen to be involved in team games on Saturday mornings can alternatively enrol in the Year 2 grade. In considering your preference to play in Year 2 rather than Year 1, you should note the Club generally requires Saturday cricket players to play in their correct grade, unless the player concerned has exceptional skills, and accordingly the player may be required to play the following season in Year 2 again. Please advise our Club Manager on admin@aucc.co.nz if you would like to enrol a Year 1 child in the Year 2 cricket grade.

What to wear

Players shoudf wear t-shirt, shorts, a cap, training shoes and socks.  The AUCC playing shirt and cap is not required for this grade.
 

Parental Involvement

Whilst our Club Coaches run the sessions with the players, AUCC encourages parental involvement for the development of young cricketers. The programme gives parents an opportunity to observe skills and drills being taught by our coaches which you can then use at home, the backyard, or the beach!  The club also offers free training courses to parents of players in this grade - details on our Club Calendar page.

Refer Getting Involved.

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Colin Maiden Park - the future

Wednesday 18th December 2013 will go into our Club's history book as a hugely significant day - the day that our home at Colin Maiden Park was secured.  See the press release from Auckland Council and the statement from the Vice-Chancellor of Auckland University.


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