Datchet Academy – Our Junior Section


The Datchet Academy of Cricket

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Another season will soon be upon us and much work has been done over the last few season to improve the standard of facilities and coaching at Datchet. We have 5 brand new Level 2 Coaches this year which will help us expand the section and provide the latest most up to date coaching techniques. Costs will remain the same at £80 each. Discounts are applicable for siblings please speak to Chris Lambert (our Child Welfare Officer) for further details.

Due to increasing numbers we are splitting the age groups so that we can give our best attention to all.
Friday evenings starting this Friday the 2nd of May from 6pm to 7.30p, we will host the following age groups:

  • Under 9′s (7-9 Year Olds) – Manager and Coach – Omar Arif
  • Under 11′s (10-11 Year Olds) – Manager and Coach – Andy Wilson
  • Under 13′s (12-13 Year Olds) – Manager and Coach – James Dick
  • Under 15′s (14-15 Year Olds) – Manager and Coach – Garath Harte

 Sunday Mornings starting this Sunday 4th of May from 10am-12pm we will host the following age groups:

  • Under 17′s (16-17 Year Olds)
  • Under 19′s (18-19 Year Olds)

 The U11s and U13s are entered into the league and games start on the 4th of May, selection for these games will be made on Friday night.
Please come down on Friday from 6pm to register and pick up a fixture card. If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact at datchetcc@live.co.uk

If you are interested in joining the colts please send an email to datchetcc@live.co.uk and we will get back to you to discuss any questions you may have.

To learn more about the Junior Section’s Code of Conduct and what is expected from each of our colts click here.

 1-2-1 Coaching from Experienced and Qualified Coaches Available

1-2-1 sessions are a great opportunity to take a detailed look at your strengths and weaknesses.  Nearly all players have a few simple and easily corrected faults which with expert coaching can make a massive difference to their game. For more information and the costs of 1-2-1 sessions please contact our coaches below:

Tom Lambert

TLLambertTom Lambert is a right handed batsmen and right arm seam bowler who has represented Berkshire County Cricket Club at all levels. He is now Berkshire CCC first team coach as well as overseeing the Berkshire Academy. Tom is also fully qualified England  & Wales Cricket Board  UKCC Level 3  coach. Contact Tom via email: tllambert1981@hotmail.co.uk  or bymobile: 07886839436

5 Comments on “Datchet Academy – Our Junior Section”

  1. Govind Mudhar
    April 10, 2012 at 7:44 am #

    Hi I would like to join the colts how can I ,I am 14 in a month, and can i go today to the nets in langley

  2. Aryan Kumar
    August 16, 2013 at 2:14 am #

    Hi, i am 12 years old, want play cricket
    So how,when,where
    I want to join datchet

    • August 16, 2013 at 8:24 am #

      There are only a couple of weeks left for the colts this season but sessions are held at 10AM on a Sunday morning at Datchet CC. There will also be a winter nets programme but we’ll provide more details on that nearer the time.

  3. Osama Mahmood
    August 18, 2014 at 12:33 pm #

    Hi I want to play county cricket in England. I’m 18 years old and I play for the Swiss National Team. Can you help me? So I could play in England? My Email is osama.mahmood95@gmail.com


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