Join the Club
Become a Player
Registration is via Cricket Australia online portal.
Become a Junior Coach
New junior coaches are always welcome. The club will provide Cricket Australia Level 0, 1 and, as required, Level 2 coaching accreditation. Please contact Junior Manager Andrew Siebel for details
Become a Sponsor
How & When to Register
All players are requested to register and pay subs before the start of the season via the Cricket Australia online portal
All players (senior and junior) to please register via the Cricket Australia online portal
Player Subscriptions are $280per season for seniors and $190 for students. Subs can also be paid per week , $20 for seniors, $10 for students
New players please note, you are required to please purchase a new playing shirt for a cost of $40.
$100 per child for Woolworths Junior Blast (formerly Milo In2Cricket) (with cricket kit)
$ 70 per child for Woolworths Junior Blast (formerly Milo In2Cricket) (without cricket kit)
$140 per child for Girls Team participants
$140 for Super 7s and Fast 9s
$140 per child for Under 12s.
$180 per child for Under 14s
$180 per child for Under 16s
$180 per child for Under-18s. Umpire expenses will also be required to be re-imbursed if umpires are appointed
Second child at Nuna receives $20 discount and third child $30 discount
Membership includes Melbourne BBL membership.
On field cricket shirts are compulsory and are available from the Apparel Manager.
All coaches will be provided with a team cap and shirt.
Membership will also entitle families to have access to the Social Rooms for private functions at no cost (aside from bar and associated running costs).
If any family find this difficult, please discuss this with a member of the Junior Committee and we will ensure that your child can play cricket.
This document contains all information, particularly relevant to new families playing at Nunawading CC
- Season Launch, Thursday September 30
- Christmas Party, Saturday December 18
- Golf Day, Sunday January 16
- Trivia Night, Saturday February 19
We are located at Mahoneys Reserve, Mahoneys Rd, Forest Hill
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where would we travel ?
All practice sessions and Woolworths Junior Blaster sessions are run at ‘home’ at Mahoneys Reserve. Games are played 50/50 at ‘home’ and ‘away’, Most ‘away’ grounds are located nearby although we play in areas like Doncaster/Templestowe and Park Orchards.
- How old does my child have to be to play cricket?
There is no age limit although young children need to be able to listen and respond to instructions, concentrate for 5-10 minutes and have a yearning to learn and have fun. That’s it. We take it from there. Children move to different programs as their motor skills and hand/eye co-ordination and interest in the game increase
- When is the registration period?
We liike all junior players to register before the end of September although there is no cutoff. Cricket season runs from October-March
- What is included in the registration fee?
Registration covers all playing fees such as new balls and scoring equipment, all practice equipment, contributes to the clubs’ ground hire and association affiliation fees. Older junior age groups and higher senior grades may be expected to make a contribution to cover umpires when present. There are no additional fees to play.
- What paperwork do I need to register my child to play cricket?
Nothing other than the registration form. If you will be a Team Manager or Coach, we will ask you to obtain a Working With Children card
- How much are the registration fees?
Please see the Registration details higher on this page. Please note that our motto is that no one will miss out on playing cricket at Nuna if they can’t afford it.