Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club

Seniors

Apparel

Our apparel supplier does supply cricket bags and back packs carrying the club logo.  These can be ordered through the club or on line direct through TNF. 

 The TNF Catalogue can be found on the club web site.  To place an order log onto the TNF Website look for TTG in the club drop down box and place your order and payment on line.  Apparel will be delivered to the club in around 4  weeks from date of order.

 

Fees

 The Board of Management of the Tea Tree Gully Cricket Club have set the Seniorr fees at $370. Feescan be paid into our bank account otherwise arrange with Ian Graham

 Banking Details

Bendigo Bank
Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club Inc
BSB-633-000
A/c no. 148436751

Make sure you include you name and subs in the comments so we know it is you that has paid subs.

 

For further details contact the Cricket Director, Ian Graham

 

BULLS CRICKET - THE BULLS WAY

How we play

Be professional
Be smart
With fight

Have fun

How we practice

·       Professionally and with purpose
Technical work – kept simple
With ‘match type’ intensity
Don’t neglect your strengths, make them even better!
A ‘ZERO’ No Ball policy
If you Pick it up / put it back
A positive attitude towards all practice facilities
Embrace responsibility of player-led activities
Don’t be lazy! Help your teammates get better

HOW WE BEHAVE – NO IDIOTS

“IF A PLAYER INFRINGES THE ‘BULLS WAY’, HE SHALL BE EXPECTED TO APOLOGISE TO THE REST OF THE TEAM/PLAYING GROUP”
Be confident but respectful
Have a positive mindset and display positive body language
Always have pride in ourselves and the history of the TTGDCC
Be truthful and honest with each other and be prepared to give/receive honest feedback
Enjoy each other’s success
Our club and team is more important than any individual
Return to the club after games
Attend club functions and support club initiatives

PUNCTUALITY

Don’t be late!
If you are running late due to unforeseen circumstances, please inform your captain/team manager
Being late due to personal error is not acceptable to the Bulls Way

 HOW WE LOOK

Prepared – have the right clothing
Match day attire – wear Club polo shirt to game, look like a team
Only Official practice shirts to be worn at training
No representative (State/Redbacks League) clothing to be worn

Take pride in your appearance – you are representing more than just yourselves

 DRESSING ROOM RULES

The dressing room when we are home or away should be kept tidy and always cleaned before leaving
Assist team managers with duties
Show support for the players out in the middle
Share duties like sightscreens/covers etc
Minimal phone use during hours of play (this is team time)
No phones allowed during T20 games (this is team time).
No gambling during team time

This is to encourage better communication and cricket learning within the dressing room.  During ‘team time’ all players should be in the dressing rooms to discuss the state of the match and tactics moving forward. 

“IF WE CREATE THE RIGHT ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE, THE GAMES WILL TAKE CARE OF   THEMSELVES!’”

MENTAL ATTITUDE

Intensity levels
Winning mentality
Back yourself & your mate in
We are a pack of bulls
No backward steps
Enjoy your cricket
Win the half hour either side of a session

 BATTING   

Partnerships - 1 x 100 / 2 x 50
Daddy Partnerships / Daddy 100’s – kill the game 

Top 7 expectations in 2 dayers (A Grade = bat 80 overs, B =75, C =55, D = 55)

Top 7 expectations in 1 dayers (ALL Grades = bat 40 overs)     
Tail 80 runs between them (#'s 8,9,10,11)     
Value your wicket       
Game Awareness        
Partnerships are the key    
Key moments

Leading into breaks / end of spells etc       
What is the opposition doing / trying to do?     
Off the field - what is happening or needs to happen?

    BOWLING

Corridor Bowling
New batter – make them play first 3 deliveries he faces
Strong Body language
Limit ‘4 balls’
Stick to plans - Patience
Work with captains - ask what he wants
Partnerships
Set goals -  runs per over etc
Maidens - 20%
Bowl Sides out

 FIELDING

 ‘Gully squeeze’
 
Positive out of negatives (e.g. cover drive is a nicking opportunity)
Staying up and about for our bowlers / fielders
90% of catches
Ball maintenance
Return ball to keeper – Throw with purpose to finish the play

 

Tea Tree Gully Club Song

Out they come, out they come, out they come to play

Just for recreation sake to pass the time away,

Lots of fun, heaps of fun, enjoy yourselves today,

The Gully boys are hard to beat when they come out to play.

 

So join in the chorus, and sing it one and all,

Join in the chorus, the Gullies are on the ball,

Good old Tea Tree Gully they’re champions you’ll agree and there’ll be no play in Bombay

 

There’ll be no play (there’ll be no play)

There’ll be no play (there’ll be no play)

 

There’ll be no play in old Bombay

When the Gullies win another

There’ll be no play in old Bombay

 

Go the Mighty Bulls

 

 

 

Codes of Conduct

It is important that the codes of conduct are adhered to. Please familiarise your self with these codes.

Player Code

Parent Code

Coach code

Volunteer code

The Tea Tree Gully Cricket Club abides by the heat management guidelines outlined by the South Australian Cricket Association. This policy is formulated to minimise the risk of injury and illness to players.

Heat Policy

To ensure that our prime objective of ensuring every child participating receives as much tutelage and game time as possible throughout the season, the awareness of the player disciplinary policy is of paramount importance to both parents and children. This policy is applicable to any physical confrontation (regardless of who was the instigator or retaliator) either at training or during matches between players of either opposing or same teams at the coach’s discretion.

Dsicipline Policy