Cricket for girls aged from 7 to 13

Clubmark accreditated since 2005

Come and join our girls cricket section at Grayshott. In 2022 the club has entered a girls only team into two leagues to offer more opportuntities to play cricket including hardball.

In 2019, the club re- launched dedicated cricket for girls, and how popular this proved to be, with 28 girls taking part in coaching sessions on a Friday evening. This number increased further in 2021 and again last year.

So looking forward our plan is to grow our girls section, with the aim to recruit 100 girls by 2023.

Hardball cricket is also being introduced for girls who are keen to do so.

Girls Cricket Coaching led by fully qualified coaches

With the emphasis on fun and enjoyment

Fun based coaching sessions for girls will be led by fully qualified ECB Coaches and supported by a number of ECB Coach Support workers.

Our lead coach is Cameron Oosthuizen who is both a player at the club and was previously one of our young All Stars Activators. Our coaching team includes Antonia Bird, Simon Tomlins and Chris Barton who both have daughters at the club together with a number of parents supporting them.

Coaching is very rewarding so if you would like to get involved you can read more here about you can get involved.

Grayshott Cricket Club Clubmark accreditated since 2005

Come and Join us today

Come and join the Grayshott Jaguars Girls group. Text or give Graham a call on 07826 523227 or contact him via email

We attract girls for cricket from all of the surrounding areas, including Beacon Hill, Bordon, Hindhead, Haslemere, Headley, Liphook and Whitehill.

Parents can read more about the club in our introductory booklet here. You can register securely online below via Teamo, by clicking on the image below. The process should be easy for you but if not some help guides can be found here on our website.Click here to Register

Coaching and Equipment

Some great coloured kit

Summer Coaching starts at the Sportsfield on Friday 22nd April at 6.30pm

At the younger ages, girls will normally use an incrediball (a soft version of a cricket ball) so no protective equipment is required. The club will provide bats, stumps and balls for the girls to use. So the good news there is no need to spend lots of money on equipment.

The girls have some great coloured kit they can wear which can be purchased at our team store here.

At coaching sessions girls should wear layers for our variable weather with training shoes. Bring along some water, no fizzy drinks