T20 a hit for KWJCC
The 2015/16 season was the first full year of the transition from our previous program and the WACA Pathways. With any new program and initiative, there were going to be teething problems.
It was great to see the young In2Cricketers each week in their brightly coloured uniforms, their back bags in toe and their bats ready to go. Such excitement filled their faces each week.
It is a terrific program designed to teach kids in a fun and captivating way the basic skills of cricket allowing for the parents to be involved also. The parent involvement is just as critical as this give them the skills to go away and continue down the park on the weekend or out in the back yard. I only wish I had learnt at such a young age how to bowl, a skill I have never mastered.
Many thanks must go to Mitchell Hendrie who, as one of our U16’s took the role on of In2Cricket Coordinator. Each week he would set up and prepare the skills areas and guide the parents. He did a terrific job and with the assistance of Ben & Lachie Tyler and Cameron Sarmiento it was a fun, yet somewhat hectic with 60 4 – 6 years olds running around, time for all.
I would like to pass on my most sincere thanks to the parents who involved themselves each week with such a positive attitude. This is vital to the success of any volunteer run program.
I look forward to seeing you all return in 2016/17, whether it be to move up to the T20
Competition or continue along with In2Cricket
As with the In2Cricket, it took some time to get in the groove of things and despite some
inconsistencies in communication from the WACA, I feel all the season was enjoyed by all the
kids and many parents.
This part of the pathway that is essential to the development and preparedness for the kids
heading into U10’s.
We look forward to implementing some improvements into the program based on the feedback
we have received and once again, I look forward to seeing as many of you back in 2016/17.
Thank you again to those of you who offered positive commentary each week, it is much
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We welcome children to our club to learn to play and enjoy the game. We are passionate about cricket and will go the extra mile to help your children to develop the skills they need to be competitive.
We are always looking for new coaches, managers, fundraisers, sponsors and general volunteers to get involved by helping out on Friday nights or by joining our committee. If you would like to find out more about how you can become part of KWJCC please get in touch.