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This page gives contact details for each of our clubs to help prospective players find clubs to play for in our competition. The Northern Suburbs Cricket Association (NSCA) organises senior cricket (over 16s - and adults) in various grades on the North Shore of Sydney, NSW, Australia. All matches are played on council grounds on turf and synthetic pitches in the municipalities of Willoughby, North Sydney, Lane Cove, and Kuringgai between Milsons Point in the south, Turrumurra in the north, and Mosman in the East.




 

 Artarmon Raptors

Rishi Mehta
E: rishi_mehta74@rediffmail.com

 

 

Cammeray Cricket Club

Since 1886

Cammeray has been in existence since 1886. During that time, the club has won 25 premierships and is one of the longest standing and most successful clubs in the NCSA. After each day's play, the players return to the Bridgeview Hotel for a few hard earned drinks. Be a part of Cammeray Cricket.

Pete Eirth
E: cammeray@gmail.com
M: 0425 203 328 
W: cammeraycricket.com

 

 

Central Cricket Club

Central is a single club drawing on players from all over Sydney, with the common goal of enjoying cricket on a Saturday afternoon. Enjoying Sunday games is a not so common goal, but its right up there - say Top 5. Top 10 at worst. We welcome new players, but be warned, CCC is not like other clubs - so be prepared for no arguing, in-fighting, egos, or club politics.

Richard Wathen
E: richardwathen@optusnet.com.au

 

 

Chatswood West Cricket Club

 

We accept failure, but cannot accept not trying!

 

We’re new but fastly growing Club, mainly play/practise for FUN, FITNESS & TO BE SOCIAL (keeping playing costs low) but still very tough, professional & competitive. We welcome new guys (with or w/o experience at all skill level), who are keen to hit nets/ground, so if you cricket passionate, wanna have fun-fitness & be competitive, CWCC is best option for you. Come over - have a look and feel the spirit!

Narendra Patil

E: info.cwccsydney@gmail.com
W: chatswoodwestcricketclub.nsw.cricket.com.au

 

 

Comenarra Cricket Club


A Sydney cricketing institution, Comenarra was first formed in 1975. After a substantial hiatus during the 90s, the club reformed for its 30th anniversary in 2005 to great acclaim. Whilst the trophy cabinet is currently void of silverware, it is instead filled with cricketing hopes and dreams.

Vince Floro
E: vfloro@bigpond.net.au  

 

Crows Nest Rebels Cricket Club

 

David Curley
E: davidcurley@gmail.com

Tom Shanahan
E: t.j.shanahan@icloud.com

 

 

Gypsies Cricket Club

Never walk alone

The baggy black, as GCC is often known, hail from Chatswood in the heart of Sydney's North Shore. The club boasts a membership of passionate cricketers (most under 30 years old) with a keen sense of humour and commitment to hard but fair competition. The Gypsies focus is on keeping friends playing together, keeping playing costs low and espousing the greatest facets of community cricket. An inclusive club, we guarantee that you'll make new mates, build on existing friendships and have a fantastic summer under the Australian sun. Join today and don't miss out!

James (0423 199 881)
Chintan (0488 227 587)
E: info@gypsiescricket.com
W: gypsiescricket.com

 

 

Killara Bingles

Jack Philp
E: philpy93@gmail.com

 

Killara United

 

Rajesh Nair
E: president.ucc.club@gmail.com

 

 

 

Kirribilli Cricket Club


KCC is celebrating its 40th year during season 17/18 and we are very much looking forward to success both on and off the field!  KCC has just a single C Grade team these days and we are very open and welcoming to any new players who are keen to get on the park! Our team is comprised of players of all different nationalities and backgrounds, all of us with a passion for this great game we love and many of us with a long history with the ‘billi’s!

Tony Cox - Captain
M: 0406 791 955

E: aapcox@hotmail.com
W: kirribillicrusaders.com

 

 

Macquarie Uni Cricket Club

Established 1967

MUCC is always on the lookout for new players - Students and Non Students. Scholarships are available for those studying at Macquarie University, and we can offer a great place to play high standard cricket, enjoying some of the best facilities in Sydney.

Macquarie Uni Cricket Club
W: http://www.mucc.org.au/

 

 

Neutral Bay Jets Cricket Club

If you want to play laid back cricket and enjoy the social side of the game but play to win, you should play for the Jets.
            
Lachie Britt - E: britt.lachlan@gmail.com


Northbridge Cricket Club

est 1919 - Catering for the Social to the Serious Cricketer

The Northbridge Cricket Club, founded in 1919, is the oldest surviving cricket club in the NSCA. Fielding teams across a number of grades, we cater for players of all abilities, with the emphasis on social, participation and enjoyment. We are actively seeking new recruits.

Mitch Nicholls
E: president@northbridgecricketclub.org
M: 0433969803
W: northbridgecricketclub.org

 

 

North Shore Cricket Club

Cricket Ability Optional - Sense Of Humour Compulsory

NSCC extends an invitation to any prospective new members look for a game of competitive cricket and a friendly social off-field environment. 

Robert Linsdell
E: northshorecc@optusnet.com.au
M:   
W: www.northshorecc.org.au/

 

 

North Sydney Leagues Cricket Club

Go The Bears!

The NSLCC has a rich history dating back to 1966 when the Club was formed and commenced playing in the NSCA. The Club prides itself on appealing to a broad range of players, with enough team to cater for the strictly social player right through to the competitive A grade standard turf player.

David Gordon
E: president@northscricketclub.com.au
M: 0415 152 115
W: www.northscricketclub.com.au  

 

 

Old Ignatians Cricket Club

Established 1992

OICC welcome all players including former students of St Ignatius' College, Riverview. Old boys of the school currently account for approx 50% of our players.

Harry Brown
M: 0422 545 678
W: oldignatianscricketclub.com

 

 

Pymble Pigs Cricket Club

In 1997, the Pigs burst forth upon the cricketing field of dreams and the world of cricket was indelibly changed forever. Combining the keenest of appetites for crick, mateship and beverages, many a lost soul has found their place in life after stepping onto the field with his Piggers brethren. For any persons, good or old, bad or young, looking to play cricket please contact Michael.

Andrew Rout
E: routa@stgeorge.com.au

 

 

West Pymble Cricket Club

WPCC was established in 1955 and since has a strong showing in all senior grades incorporating both the Gordon Cricket Association and more recently the NSCA. Our club always welcomes new player with or without experience to slot into any side. We are a friendly club with several social events during the year.

Nick Brady
E: nb@nbvaluations.com.au
M: 0412 696 609
W: wpcc.nsw.cricket.com.au