Junior training starts Wednesday 7th April in line with government guidelines. Training will start at 7PM with one of our qualified coaches and will last for about 1 hour.

Please come prepared as there are no changing facilities for the foreseeable future.

We look forward to seeing you throughout the season and welcome any new players who are interested in learning more about cricket. Please get in contact with us below if you have any questions.

Junior Cricket For St Helens Town

At St Helens Town Cricket Club, we have worked hard to grow our junior section. Over the last few years, our quality coaches have created a thriving place for kids cricket. Plus, we aim to provide our young cricketers with high-quality training and coaching.

Our coaches can accommodate a range of abilities. We work together closely with the parents and kids to ensure that enjoyment is the number one take away from each session.

If you want to find out more about how your children can get involved in our cricket club, get in touch on social media.

Read below to see some of the skills that your child can develop playing cricket from a young age.

Key Skills Your Child Will Learn

Our training sessions offer a range of benefits to children of all abilities. Some of these benefits include:

  • Structured Training Sessions
  • High-Quality Coaching For All Abilities
  • Social Development
  • Weekly Training Sessions
  • Competitive Games For Most Age Group
  • Development Of Motor Skills
  • Gain Self Confidence
  • Understanding Of Healthy Activities

At St Helens Town CC our coaches understand the importance of a childs development. If you as a parent have any concerns regarding your child, please bring it up with one of the coaches. Alternatively, you can email one of our junior co-ordinators at the following email address:

[email protected]

We also take the safeguarding of children very seriously. That is why all of our coaches have up-to-date DBS checks and why we aim to have two coaches per session when possible. If you feel like you need to raise an issue with one of our coaches please send an email to the above address.

Are You Interested In Developing Your Childs Cricket Skills?

If you want to find out how you can get your children involved with one of our kids cricket teams, get in touch. Fill in the form below. One of our coaches will contact you with information regarding the upcoming season and training. 

We will also be happy to answer any questions you may have about childrens training, games or anything else.

    Age Groups

    We have the coaches and the ability to coach any ages from 6 up to 18. Our competing teams in 2021 are going to be:

    • u9s
    • u11s
    • u13s
    • u15s

    We believe that giving children the opportunity to play with others around their age will help develop their skills better.

    Qualified Coaches

    The coaches of our kids cricket teams are Level 2 qualified. We also ensure that our coaches stay up-to-date with their DBS checks. 

    Along with being thoroughly trained for the coaching role, the majority of our coaches are active players. That means if any of your children look to play adult cricket in the future, they will have a familiar face to look to.


    Throughout the season, our coaches will tailor each session to your children. That is an excellent way of developing and improving the skills of each child.

    The kids cricket training is perfect for making new friends and developing lifelong social skills. Plus, it is a way of staying active through the summer months.

    We invite the parents of our children to get involved if they are interested. That provides an excellent opportunity to spend some valuable time with your child while learning interesting training techniques.


    We understand that kids love games where they are actively involved. That is why our teams play in a league competitively against other teams from around the area*. That is an excellent way of creating a team spirit and developing some essential life skills. 

    The kids cricket games usually take place midweek or on a Sunday morning.

    *Some of our younger age groups will play against teams from around the area in a non-competitive league.