"I aim to play along side my son (aged 4) for the team I've had many happy memories with, I am here for the long term, the pride I get from coaching the children and recently witnessing my daughter score the winning runs for our Senior team, playing in the same team as her. We have the passion to develop children through the teams; my daughter has represented the club at Kwik Cricket, under 11s, under 13s and Seniors, a club member for six years; I hope that other parents get to experience the same pride as I have."
Daniel Hills, Juniors Coach and Senior Team Player.


Youth Welfare
  • Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club believes that:

  • A Child’s welfare is the first consideration.
  • All children, regardless of age, disability, gender, racial origin, religious belief or sexual identity have a right to be protected
    from abuse.
  • Children & young people must be treated with integrity & respect.
  • Children & young people’s programmes & competitions will be relevant to their ages & stages of development.
  • Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club is committed to follow the current ECB Child Welfare guidelines documented in the publication SAFE HANDS,   Welfare of Young People in Cricket Policy.

Our key features are:

High standards of conduct are expected, both on & off the field. Adult volunteers, parents & guardians are expected to lead by example.

Volunteers will be required to provide information for screening purposes.
A condition of membership is that juniors may be suspended or membership terminated without refund in the event of unacceptable behaviour, including drug abuse, bullying, sledging and any other form of bad sportsmanship or conduct.

Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club supports the development of all players including those with health & learning difficulties. Parents & guardians have a responsibility to obtain appropriate medical advice and keep the club informed.

Parents & guardians are responsible for travel arrangements and ensuring adequate adult supervision is available before dropping off their child. Children under 12 should not be left unsupervised in any location at any time.

Coaching & playing areas will be made as safe as possible while recognising that accidents may happen. Juniors must wear appropriate clothing and kit (including helmets) for hard ball matches and practice sessions.

Where help is required for dressing or first aid, two adults should assist whenever possible.

Any concerns should be discussed with Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club’s Welfare Officers or alternatively with a team manager. Information will be kept confidential.

Geoff Worsley, Welfare Officer, 07895 913869

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