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Photos in the slideshow provided by Ben Pike
GDCC well represented in the SACA U16 and U18 teams...click on the image for a larger view
Congratulations to the GDCC William Bowering & Isaac Higgins having been selected in the SSSSA/SACA Under 15 Male Squad that will represent South Australia in the 2016/17 School Sport Australia Under 15 Male National Championships to be played in Queensland from Sunday 26th March to Sunday 2nd April 2017.
Under 17 Shield Awards
Best Batsmen: Thomas Kelly (Sturt) 346 runs @ 86.50
Best Bowler: Thomas Edwards (Glenelg) 11 wickets @10.09
C.W. Walker Wicket Keeping Trophy: Oscar Forster (Glenelg)
Team of the Year:
Thomas Kelly (Sturt)
Bailey Capel (West Torrens)
Henry Dall (Kensington)
William Forster (Glenelg)
Bowen Hosking (Glenelg)
Mason Neagle (East Torrens)
Oscar Forster (Glenelg)
Cameron Fatchen (Kensington)
Fletcher Pannell (Tea Tree Gully)
Thomas Edwards (Glenelg)
Jacob Wilson (Glenelg)
Adam Clements (Kensington)
Congratulations to the boys selected in the Team of the Year!
Contacts for juniors
Mr Ben Pike 0409 697 155
Junior Coaching Director:
Grant Francis contact 0427 778 602 or email
Fees for season 2016/17 can be see here
GDCC Junior Cricket Training Hot Weather Policy
If on the day of training the official Bureau of Meteorology's forecast at 2pm is 38C or higher at the Adelaide Airport weather station, junior training will be called off and parents notified via SMS using the My Cricket communication tool.
Regardless of the weather, if notification has not been received, it is strongly recommended on all training days for parents to ensure training is on Gliderol Stadium by accompanying their child to the training area.
If training has been called off, for whatever reason, then the Team Manager/Coach on duty at the nets will advise parents.
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Child Safe Officer is Suzanne Cornish and can be contacted here
First Aid Certificate holders click here
GDCC Juniors Grievance Process click here
Injury Insurance Protection
We participate in the Australian Cricket National Club Risk Protection Programme
through JLT Sports. -
To view the General Information Sheet
Should you get injured at training or during a game then our player insurance cover should be applied for.
Click here for the claim form
Please contact the club's insurance agent, Brian McFadyen for any queries.
Click here to read a useful guide to scoring:
'The Art of Scoring'
GDCC is proud to be associated with Westminster School and to assist their commitment to the school-club pathway.
At Westminster, their model is a dual-commitment school-club sports pathway, with the aim of creating community links to sports clubs with an excellent culture who are receptive to the school-club sport relationship. Their expectation is that school sport commitments are made as a priority should there be a school-club clash issue, but their vision is that children should be able to combine both.