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  • Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club | Winter Indoor Nets

    Winter Indoor Nets 2022/23 Several Dates JUNIORS The Club is offering free coaching to all juniors at our Winter Indoor Nets and they will also be offered free membership for the 2023 season. ​ The junior indoor nets recommence at Castle View Academy on Tuesday 24th January 2023. They will take place from 7 pm - 8 pm for six weeks. ​ The Management Committee is anxious that any youngster wanting to play cricket should not be deterred because of cost and all juniors will be made welcome. Can you please pass on this information to anyone who might be interested in playing for the club. ​ Former Durham County Head Coach Geoff Cook is leading the coaching assisted by Club coaches Tom Acton, Tom Raine, Billy Bailey and Dean Caris. Anyone interested in attending can just turn up or, for more information, contact Tom Acton on 0795 816 0145 or Billy Bailey on 0780 923 3787 . ​ ​ SENIORS Senior nets will be held at the Riverside commencing Monday 16th January from 8pm - 9 pm and will last for six weeks. ​ If you know anyone else who may be interested in attending, please invite them along. The more the merrier! ​ In addition, any player who is no longer a junior and would qualify to pay a senior player fee, will be asked to pay only half the fee if they are in further education or unemployed. The fee for this category is £40.

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  • Junior Section | Philadelphia CCC

    Junior Section Here, at Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club, we are extremely proud of our commitment to our junior cricket. We are family friendly and encourage parents, guardians, siblings and more to enjoy the social atmosphere in and around the clubhouse during training sessions and on game days. ​ We are a fun, inclusive and energetic club, emphasising on players enjoyment and are always pleased to welcome children to our junior section regardless of gender, ability or experience. We have 5 competitive teams, i.e. under 9s, under 11s, under 13s, under 15s and under 18s and all teams play in the Durham Cricket League. ​ Although there is no lower age limit to be able to play for the U11 team, coaches, in consultation with parents / guardians, will assess the skill development, physical and mental readiness of the child concerned to ensure they are playing at the appropriate level. In making a decision to "play up", coaches will ensure the child continues to enjoy their cricket, the experience is positive and developmental and the child has a supportive peer network, "Play up" is applicable both indoors and outdoors. ​ All training sessions and games are overseen by our qualified coaches who are ECB accredited, DBS checked and first aid qualified. Our coaches are either current or former players of the Club and all donate their time unpaid and as volunteers. ​ Team Coach Under 9s (school year 4 and below) Tom Raine Under 11s (school year 6 and below) Will Bailey Under 13s (school year 8 and below) Will Bailey Under 15s (school year 10 and below) Tom Acton Under 18s Logan Barton Our coaches ensure a safe and inclusive environment for children to have fun and develop their cricket. Please click here to view the Club's policies and procedures relating to junior cricket. We run an all year round programme of activities for children, including indoor winter nets during the months of October to March, summer outdoor training (when weather allows) and tournaments and matches. Summer Fixtures Most of our junior teams teams play 8 to 10 league games from late April to the end of July. Games are usually once a week (weather dependent) played home and away.​ Please click here to view all of the Club's fixtures.​ Team Day Time Junior training Tuesday 6pm Under 9s Tuesday 6pm Under 11s Sunday 9.30am Under 13s Wednesday 6pm Under 15s Monday 6pm Safety Those children who have had experience practising and playing with a hard ball and could play under 11s and older, will be required to have the correct equipment to ensure they are safe. Each player should have their own abdominal protector and helmet for when they are batting.​ Players' Recognition The Club holds a junior presentation evening at the end of the season when all family members are invited. Sponsors We would like to thank A&M Electricals for sponsoring our junior section teams for 2024. Please see below the sponsors of the junior games for 2024. All Stars Cricket The Club is an All Stars Cricket Centre. All Stars Cricket is the England and Wales Cricket Board’s entry level participation programme, aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket. ​ Please click here for more information. ​ Interested In Coaching? We are always keen to welcome new coaches to our junior section. If you are aged 17 or over and would like to help out then you'd be very welcome. Please contact Tom Acton on mobile 0795 816 0145 to discuss coaching possibilities. The Club would like to thank all parents for their commitment and assistance throughout the year.

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  • Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club | Cricket

    Cricket The Club runs 4 senior teams (which include many juniors) and 5 junior teams: All players are welcome, irrespective of age, gender, ability or experience. ​ Our Junior Academy was set up in 2003. Its aim is to provide opportunities for young people to play cricket and to develop their cricketing skills. ​ The Club is proud of its record in giving many local young people their first taste of cricket, whilst at the same time supporting the most talented youngsters in achieving representative honours at county and national level. ​ Currently, 3 players of the Durham County Cricket Club senior squad, i.e. Ben Raine, Scott Borthwick and Matthew Potts, all represented Philadelphia CCC at junior level.

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  • Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club | All Stars Cricket

    All Stars Cricket Sessions Several Dates Good news! Our 2024 All Stars programme is now open for registration. If you have a son or daughter aged 4-8 who is looking to get into cricket, you are welcome to sign up. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please forward these details onto them. Our 8 Sessions will run on a Sunday morning (11-11.45am), starting on 12th May, i.e. Sunday 12th May 2024 Sunday 19th May 2024 Sunday 26th May 2024 Sunday 2nd June 2024 Sunday 9th June 2024 Sunday 16th June 2024 Sunday 23rd June 2024 Sunday 7th July 2024 Our programmes provide an excellent introduction to the game of cricket and our family friendly Club . Sessions are open to new players and returning All Stars alike! ​ You can sign up using this link - ECB All Stars booking form . Parents and children are advised to arrive from 10.30 onwards. We hope to have the bar open and the U11s will be playing at home some weeks which parents and children are encouraged to watch. ​ If you would like more information please contact Tom Raine on 0785 460 9933 or thomas.raine@hotmail.co.uk .

  • Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club | Christmas Draw Winners 2020

    Christmas Draw Results Please find below the winners of our Christmas Draw. ​ Congratulations to all those who won a prize. ​ To collect your prize, simply call into the Club, opening hours can be found here . Thanks to everyone who helped with the draw in any way, either by buying or selling tickets or by your contribution of a prize. ​ Thanks again and on behalf of everyone at the Club, a very Merry Christmas.

  • Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club | Monthly Prize Draw

    Monthly Prize Draw Monthly Prize Draw Why not put your name in the Monthly Prize Draw which is drawn towards the end of each month? Simply email Dave Carr at davecarr14@googlemail.com with your details and you’ll be included in the draw. The prize money is : 1st - £100, 2nd - £2 5, 3rd - £ 10. If you would like to pay by standing order, the Club's account details are:- ​ Account Name: Philadelphia Cricket & Community Club Sort Code: 05-09-37 Account Number: 51033719 ​ All monies raised are invested into the Club’s Cricket Section. All winners are notified by e-mail and displayed on the Club’s website. ​ Please see below for the 12 previous winners. Monthly Prize Draw Winners

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