Sport for All
Welcome To All
JKCC welcomes everyone who wants to be part of our cricket club whether they are a player, family member, volunteer, administrator, umpire or scorer.
Nelson Mandela once said, “Sport has the power to change the world” and at JKCC we believe cricket has the power to reach all parts of our community and is the perfect game to connect communities and bridge cultural, social & and gender divides.
Cricket can promote connectedness, a sense of belonging and greater community involvement.
Playing cricket can improve physical, mental & social wellbeing. Young people can develop not only their cricket skills but improve their confidence, increase resilience and learn respect for teammates, the opposition and their coach & umpires. Life skills are developed along with friendships that can last a lifetime.
If you would like to belong, please call one of our friendly committee members to find out how.
JKCC Inclusion Policy
Everyone is welcome at Joondalup Kinross regardless of ability, background and sexuality, and we want to make cricket available & accessible to all members of the local community.
We are committed to being a very welcoming and inclusive club and continue to strive for best practice in this area. We will not tolerate discrimination, harassment or bullying.
We want you to feel welcome, participate in all activities at the club and feel valued for your contribution whether you are playing, supporting or volunteering. There are many opportunities to get involved -please just ask one of our committee members or look out for our ‘Come n Try’ sessions.
Please talk to us about payment options, concession cards, kids sport or ask if you need help with registration or have any questions.
Our Programs and Volunteers
We have programs for boys & girls from 5-17.
Please contact Damien McKenzie email@example.com for details on all junior programs
We also have a Girls only program.
Please contact Damien McKenzie firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on the girl’s teams
We also run programs for people with disabilities starting with our Champs Blasters program for kids aged 6 and up. High school aged children can participate in the Champs program or try the Integrated Youth League team. Young adults can play in our Integrated Cricket League team.
Training/activities are on Friday evenings at Windermere Oval and games for the Youth ICL & ICL are on Sunday afternoons every three weeks.
Please contact Helen Flint email@example.com for more details.
Our Senior Men’s competition is affiliated with the North Suburban Community Cricket Association. New players are very welcome. JKCC fields 6 sides in the NSCCA.
Please contact Paul Hartley (Club Secretary) firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.