Ansty Cricket Club has a proven track record in developing talented young cricketers who have achieved county, regional and national recognition. Our Junior Cricket Section is at the very heart of what Ansty CC looks to introduce young people to cricket and achieve their potential through playing the game.
Our objective is to foster a happy, safe and unpressurised environment where children can develop a love for the game that they can take through life and along the way produce the next generation recreational cricketers. To this end the Club offers a comprehensive cricket programme including participation in Sussex Junior Leagues and other competitions leagues together with winter and summer coaching programmes. Our age groups start at Under 8, run right through to Under 17 and then there is a clear development pathway into Senior cricket.
Our junior training and coaching programme is developed and overseen by our Club Coach, Jake Wilson, who works with ECB level 1 and 2 coaches to deliver the coaching programme. Training and coaching are run throughout the year with a 13 week winter programme (from January) and then a 14 week summer programme (from late April). The Club also run cricket camps throughout the season, and we plan to run further camps in 2022. Further details on the training and coaching programme can be found here.
Getting Involved in Junior Cricket at Ansty
We are always on the lookout for new junior cricketers – please do use the links below to find out more detail on our coaching offering, facilities and membership. Should you wish to speak to someone then please do not hesitate to contact Steve Kent our Junior Cricket Manager. Steve and other members of the junior cricket management team can be contacted via [email protected]
Ansty Cricket Club is committed to providing fun and safe, supportive and encouraging environment for all children, from all backgrounds and of all abilities.
We are fully accredited under the England & Wales Cricket Board’s Clubmark scheme. Clubmark accreditation shows that a club is sustainable, well run and provides the right environment for its members. It also means the club is recognised as a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages, as well as assuring parents and carers that they are choosing the right option for their young people.
Please see our Safeguarding page for further details.