We aim to provide a fun, safe and challenging environment for young players to develop their cricket and team participation skills.
Eoin Morgan, England T20 and ODI captain sends Rowledge CC Youth Section a message for our 2020 season.
A warm welcome to another busy season for the RCC Junior and Youth section.
With 300 members RCC youth and junior section has played a key role in the club for over 20 years. RCC is committed to introducing youngsters to cricket in a fun and safe environment from Year R progressing to competitive cricket at Year 4 (U9s) and then on to youth and senior cricket.
All year groups are coached by ECB qualified coaches to best develop the children’s cricket and team participation skills. Most of our coaches are volunteers without whom we would not be able to provide the level of coaching we do.
RCC support the Clubmark process that demonstrates that we as a club are determined to provide a structured and safe environment for all our young people.
RCC teams play in the North Hampshire Youth Cricket League (NHYCL) and this year RCC has entered an unprecedented 15 teams. With 37 boys and girls playing at County & Performance level RCC as a club competes strongly within NHYCL.
RCC recognises how dependent we are on our Members acting in various voluntary roles and would like to thank all those volunteers involved in Coaching, Friday Night organisation, Team Management and Club Administration.
Looking forward to a fun and successful summer.
Junior Section Manager
RCC U11s (batting) Vs Odiham in North Hampshire Youth Cricket League Division 1