Under 10 sessions – 2024 season

Welcome to the Under 10’s webpage for the 2024 season

General info

The Under 10’s group (School year 5) train on a Friday night on the Green from 6pm – 7pm from Friday 19 April 2024 to end July 2024.

We cater for boys and girls of all abilities and backgrounds, and the focus of the training sessions will be to develop the children’s cricketing skills in a fun environment. Girls in this age group are also able to join the Girls under 11 age group (see Under 11 Girls web page)


Players will require pads, gloves, helmets and bats (usually size 3 for under 10’s ) and whilst the club has available for use , some players may wish to purchase their own. Boys must wear a box while batting and although the club has spare boxes, players are encouraged to purchase their own boxes for hygiene reasons.

Please click here to go to our ‘ordering kit’ webpage which contains a lot of useful information on purchasing a bat (Kashmir bats are more than good enough for this age group), helmets and pads.

When playing in matches players should wear the Wisborough Green club shirt (short sleeve is best) which can be purchased from the Gray Nichols online store which can be found on the ‘ordering kit‘ web page

Boys must wear a box when batting in the nets and in matches.

Are you able to help ?

We are looking for some parents volunteers to assist with the sessions so please let the coaches know if you are able to help.


For those who have not registered before please click here to go to the Wisborough Green Sports MyClubhouse website to register. Registration costs £55 for the year which runs from 1 May – 30 March next year. Once you have registered you and your family will be able to benefit from member rates at the bar.

Existing members should have received an email from Myclubhouse to invite you to subscribe for the new season. If you did not receive the renewal email please email us at wisboroughgreenccjuniors@gmail.com


The under 10’s will be competing in the Newberry Sussex Junior North area Division 1 Under 10 West league in the 2024 season. The match format will be 8 a side Pairs cricket 16 over game using an incrediball on a 17 yard pitch and junior sized stumps (Games of 6 a side or 10 a side may also be played to fulfil a fixture)

For the full list of fixtures on Playcricket please click here (first match on Saturday 18 May 2024)

Please click here to enter match availability on the MyClubhouse system

Please click here for the under 10 match rules

Please click here for the full set of rules

Please click here for a pairs cricket format scoresheet

League rules of note for matches

Player eligibility

Players may play down one age group from their actual age group (ie Under 11) except if the player is a representative player or selected into any of the area or County squads

Girls may play down up to two years unless they are a full County selected player in which case they may play down 1 year.

The names of players playing down must be made known to the league and opposition manager /coach prior to the fixture taking place.

No more than 2 players may play down in the same game

Time out

A timeout at the halfway point of each innings can be taken for drinks. After completion of the first innings the sides will turn around straight away without the need for another extended break.

No balls

Two bounces are permitted before the ball passes the batter.


The LBW law does not apply in Under 10 league games


Plastic or wooden bats may be used


Minimum of 1 over per over (unless extenuating circumstances) up to a maximum of 3 overs per bowler


Wicketkeepers are encouraged to wear gloves when keeping wicket

Wicketkeepers don’t have to bowl but may bowl if they wish


Wide balls and no balls shall be called and shall concede 2 extras

Balls per over

Each pair shall bat for 4 overs of 6 balls each

The final over of each innings will require 6 legal deliveries to be bowled

Batter out

Two batters will bat for the full 4 overs .

If a batter is out they will lose 5 runs and will swop ends with the other batter unless its the last ball of the over (ie the batter must not be on strike for the next ball delivered in the innings)