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Ashley Junior Section

At Ashley Cricket Club, everyone is welcome.   Cricket is a team game where youngsters of all ages develop not only their cricketing skills but also through interaction with their peers, develop a sense of fair play combined with courage and determination. Above all however, we are here to have great fun. Ashley CC Junior Cricket Section encourages children of all abilities from the age of seven years to get involved with junior cricket.

The club adopts all ECB policies around Junior Cricket, and works in partnership with the Cheshire Cricket Board. ACC are proud to have been Club Mark accredited since 1996. 

The Club has a Child Protection Officer who is responsible for all matters related to the continuing welfare and safety of children whilst on the club premises or under the direct supervision of a junior section nominated coach or member.  Any child protection issues should be immediately referred to the club's Child Protection Officer: Dave Woods (see bottom of this page for contact details).

To download the junior handbook for all the information click here.  You will need adobe acrobat to read it.  If you need more detail contact anyone from the committee.

To download the junior registration form click here

Some useful links to help you learn about cricket

More information can be found in the newsletters that are published periodically.  You can also view them here:

Newsletter 01 - April 2011

Some reasons why Ashley is a great place for junior cricket

(...and why you might want to help)

Ashley CC are proud to be Club Mark accredited proving the club has:

  1. A Child Welfare policy
  2. Personnel trained in Child Welfare issues
  3. Comprehensive Insurance cover
  4. The capability to deal administer First Aid where needed
  5. A Constitution that allows any child to play and get involved

More importantly it proves that Ashley CC, Cheshire is a club that you can send your child safe in the knowledge they will be well looked after and enjoy their cricket.

All coaching, management, committee staff, club captains and general committee members are CRB-checked in accordance with ECB Guidelines.
Parental involvement is not only encouraged, but is a vital part in the future and togetherness of the club, too. Be it getting directly involved with coaching – the Club and ECB pays for volunteers to take the and ECB Level One Cricket Coaching course – through to helping with registration, collecting subs or even helping with the refreshments in the clubhouse kitchen, any time you can spare is not only greatly appreciated but even fun!

Ashley Ethos

At Ashley Cricket Club, everyone is welcome.
Cricket is a team game where youngsters of all ages develop not only their cricketing skills but also through interaction with their peers, develop a sense of fair play combined with courage and determination. Above all however, we are here to have great fun. Ashley CC Junior Cricket Section encourages children of all abilities from the age of seven years to get involved with junior cricket.
The club adopts all ECB policies around Junior Cricket, and works in partnership with the Cheshire Cricket Board. ACC are proud to have been Club Mark accredited for over 2 years.


The Club’s Ethos is: