Lesmurdie-Mazenod Junior Cricket Club
2020/21 Stage 1 - U10, U11 Boys & U11, U13 Girls
2020/21 Stage 2 - U12, U13 Boys & U15 Girls
2020/21 Stage 3 - U14, U15, U17 Boys & U18 Girls
CJCC Rule Change Summary for 2020/21
Scores Guide to Umpiring Signals
CJCC Codes of Behaviour
CJCC Policies & Procedures
Cricket Australia Helmets FAQ
LMJCC Forms and Information
LMJCC Committee Role Descriptions
Teams (Coaching / Managers)
Junior / Master Blasters Coordinator
Child Safety Commitment Statement
Child Safety Information
Myths of Cricket Debunked
2019/20 LMJCC Newsletter #1
2019/20 LMJCC Newsletter #2
2018/19 LMJCC Newsletter #1
2018/19 LMJCC Newsletter #2
2018/19 LMJCC Newsletter #3
2020/21 LMJCC Newsletter #1
2020/21 LMJCC Newsletter #2
2020/21 LMJCC Newsletter #3
Grand Final Teams
Latest Club Results
Batting Hall of Fame
Bowling Hall of Fame
Team Batting Records
Team Season Statistics
To provide opportunities for local children of all ages, skill levels and backgrounds to develop a life-long involvement in cricket.
To be a junior cricket club known for fostering a passion for cricket engendered through a culture of sportsmanship, learning and friendship and by balancing being competitive with having fun whilst providing opportunities for all.
Our Seven Strategic Goals
To grow and retain our total player numbers by broadening our engagement with local schools, expanding our program for girls and improving player retention.
To have a skilled, engaged and supported group of coaches across all age groups supporting the needs of all our players.
To provide opportunities for kids of all skills, experiences and backgrounds to play cricket in a safe and fun environment and to raise the awareness of our playing group of the value of inclusion and diversity.
To have a sustainable pool of committee members and general volunteers to ensure ongoing success of the club.
To have quality training facilities and grounds available for every team with sufficient club space to support the smooth running of the club.
To be positively recognised in the local community for our great Junior Cricket Club and to have good strategic partnerships with the City of Kalamunda, local schools, local businesses and members of parliament (local and National) to maintain our good standing in the community.
To maintain relative financial position whilst improving, facilities, coaching and access to playing cricket. To ensure cash reserves are better utilised whilst maintaining financial security. To ensure all areas of the strategic plan are achievable and funded from a financial perspective.
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