Enfield Juniors Cricket Unleashed

Enfield Cricket Club is one of the brightest Junior cricket sections within North London. We have 100 junior players covering every age group and ability level from 5 y to 19 years, all managed by a team of qualified & passionate coaches. Our home at Lincoln Road has provided generations the opportunity to develop by their cricket on some of the very best junior pitches in the county.

We are firmly committed to ensuring that the club provides a safe, friendly and enjoyable experience for all. We are a diverse and inclusive club - new members are welcome.

Training Schedule for summer 2019

Our junior teams play in the North Area of the Middlesex Colts Association (MCA). Most league matches are played against other clubs in our local area to minimise travel time after school. All midweek matches start at 6:00pm and Sunday matches at 10:00am. Players need to arrive at the ground no later than 5:30pm for the warm up for midweek games and no later than 9:30am for the Sunday games. For away games all players must meet directly at the away venue at least 30 minutes before the start time - we do not arrange lifts from our ground.

Selection is informed by email or notification in advance of the fixture date through the club website. By pressing the "I am available" or the "I am not available" button in the email or replying through the app, it updates our team-sheet on the website and confirms that player's availability to the team manager. It is important to make yourself available for both home and away matches. If the match is called off due to bad weather, the parents of those players selected will receive a text message. All players selected for matches must wear our official club shirt.

Our Coaching Team

All of our coaches hold up to date coaching credentials. They have a UKCC Level 2 or 3 coaching qualification, DBS check, first aid certificate, and are members of the ECB coaches association.

Our Coaches

Our Coaches Code of Conduct

  • Remember that young people participate for pleasure – winning is only part of the fun.
  • Never ridicule or yell at a young player for making a mistake or not coming first
  • Make sure all activities are appropriate to the age, ability and experience of those taking part, whilst also ensuring that equipment and facilities meet safety standards
  • Operate within the rules and spirit of cricket and teach your players to do the same
  • Display consistently high standards of behaviour, appearance and time keeping, remembering that coaches act as role models
  • Hold the appropriate & valid qualifications. Keep up to date with the latest cricket coaching practices and principles of growth & development of young people
  • Display control and respect to all involved in cricket. This includes opponents, coaches, umpires, administrators, parents and spectators. Encourage your players to do the same
  • Avoid overplaying the more talented players; all young players need and deserve equal time, attention and opportunities
  • Be reasonable in your demands on the players’ time, energy and enthusiasm, ensuring that the time they spend with you is a positive experience
  • Any physical contact with a young person should be appropriate to the situation and necessary only for the player’s skill development or to help avoid an injury

Important Information

For a detailed insight into what we do and how we do it, please read the documents below.

How to join us

The first step is to complete the New Player Enquiry form. This is an online form that allows us to then contact you. Demand for places is very high, the best time to contact us is before the season starts. All places are offered on a first come first served basis.

Alternative contact methods

email: Juniors@enfieldcricketclub.com

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