One of the strongest Clubs in the Sydney ShiresCricket Competition, Warringah Cricket Club has developed a reputation over our 40+ years existences a lighthouse for cricket success both on and off the field. The Club covers 6 Men’s Grades, 1 Frank Gray Shield side (Under 24’s), a Masters (Over 40s) and a Classics (Over 50s).
WCC is a great community based club fostering a safe and nurturing environment for kids and families alike. From 14 to 50+, over 100players, families and friends, make Warringah Cricket Club one of the key pillars within the local cricketing family.On the field, we have developed a reputation of playing a successful, yet fair, style of cricket that is entertaining and positive in its methods and its outcomes.
This has seen the club go on a run of 9 seasons from the last 11 where the club has won at least 1 premiership, including an unprecedented three in 2020-21, which we followed with another three in 2021-22.
40 years has passed since the formation of Warringah Cricket club and the establishment of one of the most successful Shires Cricket Clubs in Sydney. Despite the passion of 2 men, a handful of left-over, the formation of the club couldn’t have been any more difficult. But it is the very passion and commitment of these people that ensure that Warringah was written into the folklore of the Sydney Cricket Association for years to come.Read more
“Brucey” was, along with Frank Gray, one of the founding fathers of our great club. He has served as President, Secretary, Committee member and player in the green. He has been immortalised in one of Warringah’s most prestigious annual awards – the Bruce Loudon Trophy for Club Person of the Year – which he could be counted on year after year to present to a deserving recipient who embodied Bruce’s values and community mindedness in their efforts at Warringah.
Your membership to the Bruce Loudon Club is just another way of strengthening the legacy of the great man and our great club.
Playing sport with our mates is life giving, it gives us energy and purpose, which is fitting for the land on which we meet, Curl Curl, which comes from the Dharuk phrase “Curial Curial” meaning “River of life”.
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional owners of the land, Guringai country, upon which we play, belonging to the Guringai people. We pay our enduring respects to the first peoples of all nations, elders of the past, and the generations of the present and future, because the land is in our hands, and on it we have the power to make their future and our future, one.