Hurley Youth Cricket Programme

A Warm Welcome to all

We welcome children of all abilities and backgrounds, boys and girls, from 6 to 19 in our youth coaching programme. Hurley is a friendly club, close to Maidenhead, Marlow and Henley with an emphasis on making the learning of cricket enjoyable and safe. Hurley Cricket Club has been identified as a Focus Club by Berkshire Cricket in recognition of the club's work, putting in place a structured and safe youth cricket programme. We were awarded the ECB's Clubmark accreditation that recognises safe, effective and child friendly practices within clubs originally in June 2010, which has recently been recertified in 2019.


2020 Indoor Training

Indoor coaching will commence on Sunday 1st March at St Pirans School, Maidenhead and run until Sunday 5th April

We will be running 2 sets of training:

  • 4pm - 5pm : All Star Cricket/U11s
  • 5pm - 6pm : U13s

The cost of hiring the hall has recently increased by 25% but we will still be charging £5 per junior per session. Do ensure you bring payment for each session.


2020 Outdoor Training

Outdoor training will take place on Sunday mornings for all age groups from Sunday 19th April, weather permitting . 

  • All Star Programme 9.30am-10.30 (from May 10th)
  • U11s / U13s 9.30am-11.00



Membership + Priority Registration


Annual membership covers all outdoor coaching (Sunday 19th April – Sunday 12th July), use of the club kit and facilities as well as match fees for any colts games.


  • £50 All Star Programme (School years 1 and 2)
  • £70 Junior (School year 3 and above)
  • £130 Junior Family (up to 3 children)

Priority registration for squad places will be held open for 2019 members until Sunday April 12th and then new members will be able to sign up.  Youth Membership Form


Junior Coaches

Hurley is lucky enough to have ECB qualified coachs and a pool of other coaches and support team, helping out as part of the Youth Programme. As part of the coach's qualification, they have all passed a CRB/DBS check.


  • David Simoes - Level 2
  • Darryn Wright
  • Joe Graham 


Kit, Personal Protection and Insurance

The colts membership fee includes colts being able to make use of bats, protective equipment and helmets with faceguards. Helmets with faceguards must be worn when batting and also standing up to the stumps keeping wicket against a hard cricket ball. Colts are asked to take care of equipment loaned to them by the club and parents and guardians should be aware that Hurley Cricket Club is not insured for any item of personal equipment which is lost or stolen.


Child Welfare Officer

Hurley Cricket Club is affiliated to the Berkshire Cricket Council and thereby to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). The club is therefore bound by the requirements of the ECB and has a named Child Welfare Officer, Lorraine Skelton.

More details on Hurley CC Child Welfare Officer


More Information

For more information on youth cricket at Hurley please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or complete the membership enquiry form.




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