Who can play for the MIG?
We offer a high standard cricket for cricketers as one of the stronger clubs in the Sydney Shires competition.
Warringah prides itself on fantastic player development through guidance under our accomplished coaching team, amidst a healthy mix of experience and youth, and the establishment of a collaborative pathway system, all conducive to producing outstanding cricketers on Sydney's Northern Beaches.
Pathways to Premier Cricket
Warringah Cricket Club is one of 13 Sydney Shires which helps cricketers from the junior representative system and MWCA ('park') take the next step in their game. Our teams have enjoyed outstanding success, currently on a run of 9 seasons from the last 11 where the club has won at least 1 premiership, and a number of MIG cricketers have progressed to playing Premier Cricket for Manlyand onward to representative cricket for New South Wales and Australian representative teams.
Get in touch
If you want to play for Warringah Cricket Club, contact our club Vice-President, Warren Evans on firstname.lastname@example.org, or our Chairman of Selectors, Kevin Davies on email@example.com
Please have include your cricketing experience, how you heard about us and your general ambitions for your cricket.
Our season starts on 23 September with round 1.
Training will commence on the weekend of August 5/6.
Our preseason schedule consists of weekend trainings in indoor nets until the light improves, then midweek sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Our full pre-season schedule will be announced shortly after our AGM (July 3rd).
WCC is a great community based club fostering a safe and nurturing environment for kids and families alike. 100+ cricketers over 9 teams requires a lot of work and dedication from volunteers behind the scenes.
Our players off the field
We are a community club. Part of being in a community is enjoying the fun that comes with it, but also contributing wherever possible. That means supporting your team, other teams and club events, and being ready to pitch in. The reward? Lifelong friendships and fun days/nights with the MIG crew.
From staffing our canteen to game day set up, from live scoring to video and photography - there is always something our club could use an extra hand with.
If you would like to offer your time, skills experience or energy to our club, besides being greatly appreciated, you should contact Deb Kasmar our Social and Events Coordinator or our Club President Chris Melville:
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.