Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club

Womens Cricket

We are pleased to announce that TTGDCC will be again fielding a Women's 2nd Grade team in the SACA competition this year.

Febi Mansell will be our coach (0413 041 629) and outdoor training begins on Wednesday 4th October at Pertaring a Oval from 5.50 PM to 7.30 PM

We are still looking for girls that want to play cricket so if you are interested come along and introduce yourself.  All levels welcome.

All matches are on turf wickets and our home ground is Bulkana Oval (next to the clubrooms and Pertaringa Oval.

Until Christmas matches are Twenty/20 games statring at 1.00 PM finishing at 3,.20 PM and after Christmas the matches are 40 over games, again starting at 1 PM

Our first match will be on October 14th against Port Adelaide


 The Board of Management of the Tea Tree Gully Cricket Club have set the Womens fees at $270, Fees can be paid into our bank account otherwise arrange with Alex

Banking Details

Bendigo Bank-
Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club Inc
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


On the completion of every senior mens game the club will hold a Presentation Night, which will include presentations of awards for all Grade teams including the Womens team.

The club makes available awards for each team, which are presented as an incentive.
The captains from each team will give a brief report of their game outlining player achievements as well as presenting the awards.

This is a great opportunity for families to support and encouragethe players in their cricket development, and a great chance for players and families to socialise with others.
Full bar facilities are available as well as a sit down meal.



For further details contact the Women's Coordinator, Bruce Jamieson by email: cricket@chariot.net.au



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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