All junior playing kit will be available on the club shop at SM Cricket 

OUTDOOR PRACTISE starts Fri 19th April 615pm onwards

Monday night was the first game of the new Forth Valley U14 T20 hardball league, hosted by Stenhousemuir CC. 
Lost the toss and put into bat. Total 134, top scorers were Liam Reisman (31), Oran Joyce (13), Matthew Brember (10). The batters did so well, running quick singles, clear calling, hitting 4s. Really great to see all the winter training shining through on the pitch. Special mention has to go to Matthew Brember, our youngest player (p6) who came in and smacked 2 fours through mid-wicket off his first 2 balls. 
Our fielding was another level though. We only bowled 9 wides, fielded cleanly and sharply, held catches to bowl them out for 62. Alexander Hunter was razor sharp with the gloves, taking 2 stumpings and many clean takes.
Moment of the match was a Reisman hat-trick finishing on 4-2-1-3!! Incredible. Other bowlers in the wickets were Felix Amos (4-0-17-1), Libby Gairns (2-1-2-1) and Edward Crampin (2-1-3-1).
MoM today was clearly Liam Reisman (31 with the bat and 3 for 1 with the ball)
Well played guys and thanks to all parents for running them to the game and supporting.
Stirling County CC – 134 v 62 Stenhousemuir CC
Stirling County CC teams was as follows:
Felix Amos (cpt)
Liam Reisman
Oran Joyce
Libby Gairns
Luke Main
Sandy Prince
Edward Crampin
Alexander Hunter
Matthew Brember


14th July , 8th Sept times tbc




Under 14s league fixtures

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We have a large and thriving Junior section that offers cricket coaching and matches for everyone age 5 and upwards. We believe that, as well as bring great fun, cricket can help young people to develop valuable skills such as team working, discipline and fair play. 

Don’t worry if you and/or your children don’t know much about cricket; we’re here to help and suggest you start by having a look at our Frequently Asked Questions below.

Junior cricket at Stirling County has a long and hugely successful history, with many players going on to represent senior Stirling County, regional and national teams.

A key aim of our Junior section is to encourage as many youngsters to give cricket a go and to use our coaching team to support those players who are new to the game.

Kwik Cricket

Children aged between 5 and upwards can begin their cricket journey with ‘Kwik Cricket’, a fun, simplified version of the game using plastic bats and soft balls. This is an ideal opportunity to further develop the skills of batting, bowling and fielding in a safe, fun environment without the need for protective equipment (please note that all equipment is provided by the club).

As players progress, they move on to Junior 1,2 and 3 and eventually to Senior cricket. We also present Junior section members for regional and Scottish trial, training and playing opportunities.

You can also follow the club on Twitter or ‘like’ the club’s Facebook page to keep fully up to date, week to week, with junior section news and events, as well as those of the club as a whole.


FRIDAY 18.00 TO 19.30PM

If you have any queries, please e-mail the club at Contact Us

Frequently Asked Questions

We take children from age 5 onwards. Our initial emphasis is on developing (a) core skills of movement, balance and agility, (b) throwing and catching and (c) an introduction to batting and bowling. 

Stirling County Cricket Club is located close to The Peak leisure centre and St Modan’s High School. Please see the maps at the foot of the ‘Contact’ page. If using a Satnav, the postcode is FK7 7WS.

For indoor training, children should wear gym kit and indoor trainers.

In the outdoor season, they should wear similar clothing but should ensure they have warmer clothes (eg. joggers, hoody/tracksuit top) also.

No equipment is necessary as we can supply everything, but please ensure your child always brings a water bottle.

Yes, you are very welcome to stay and watch training sessions and matches. In fact, for younger children it is often a good idea for you to stay for the first couple of sessions to help them settle in.

There is nothing more important to us than the safety of your child. All of our qualified coaches are PVG checked and a qualified first aider is on site at all times. Accidents are rare but if there is ever an issue we will deal with this immediately and contact you as quickly as possible. We discuss safety issues with the children (waving bats around is a regular topic!). We also ensure that the children are properly warmed up before undertaking more strenuous exercise.

Firstly, children are welcome to come along for a few weeks to see if they enjoy cricket. The membership fee is £60 for the whole year, running from January to December. You can get a membership form either at the club or we can email one to you. Payments are by cash, cheque, BACS or Standing Order. 

Of course! We want cricket to be inclusive and fun; and children love when they get to come along with their pals!

We will keep you up to date via the club’s Facebook page and our Twitter feed (@Stirlingccc); so please do use one of these. If you don’t use social media, then we are happy to keep you informed by email and/or text. Please do also take the chance to speak to us in person at the end of a session. We welcome your feedback and aim to involve parents as much as possible!

Definitely! Even if you have not played cricket we are always on the lookout for help with things like registration, transport to matches and the occasional bit of catering for special events. And if you would like to get involved as a parent helper with training itself, please do speak to us. This is exactly how some of our coaches first became involved with the junior set-up.

Please do speak to us as soon as possible. You can speak to us at the club or call Chris Morton, our Junior Convenor, on 07810421256 and contactus@stirlingcountycc.co.uk 

You can also speak to Les Obre , Child Wellbeing and Protection Officer, on 07836581186 and at contactus@stirlingcountycc.co.uk