Teddington Cricket club's junior section

Colts aged from U5 to u19

Teddington Cricket Club has a thriving and successful junior section. We provide high quality coaching in a well structured and welcoming environment. We have cricket for players of all abilities and experiences from new beginners to elite performers in Teddington and surrounding areas. 

To sign up today, please complete our online form: Sign Up

We have a full summer programme which started in April for our thriving Junior Section of over 300 colts.

For more information on training and practice please see: Click Here for practice and Nets

As a volunteer based club, with professional coaches, we rely heavily on people supporting our junior section and undertaking crucial roles that allow our young members to get a safe and fulfilling experience of a great game. 

Currently we are always looking to fill and support management roles within our junior age groups:

Role Requirements;

  • To communicate well with parents

  • To attend training sessions, look after admin, take charge of registers at training

  • To organise parents within the group to volunteer for specific roles and duties

  • To potentially show interest in coaching, although not essential.

  • To organise selection and logistics for fixtures in future years

If you are interested in taking on one of these positions, please contact your age group manager. All appointments will be made in coherance with our recruitment policy. 

At Teddington CC we have a wide range of ability and experience enjoying their cricket with us. We have a number of boys and girls who play county standard representative cricket at Middlesex and Surrey, however, equally as important is that a majority of members either play for social and health benefits or are getting their first experience of cricket. At Teddington CC this creates a challenging coaching/learning environment so we work extremely hard to produce relevant and targeted coaching for each individual in group training sessions.

Teddington CC therefore felt that for winter months especially, it was important to give players with less experience, a more relevant coached training opportunity. To achieve this we set up an academy to support the most experienced players with highly focused, driven coaching and then allow club training sessions to also be appropriately pitched. These academy sessions have improved the quality of coaching and opportunity for all players in the Teddington group sessions by having a narrowed range of skill within the group. It has also allowed the more experienced players the opportunity to be pushed and coached in an elite environment where they develop technical, tactical, mental and concentration skills that will be improve performance outcomes under pressure at professional levels of the sport.

Due to restrictions imposed by resources and time, we unfortunately cannot invite everyone to join the academy, and keeping the right environment is key to allow the top players the opportunity to one day hopefully play cricket for Middlesex and England.

All Key Contacts Within Teddington CC Junior Programme: 


Fixture Secretary: Lilian Highmoor. lhighmoor@gmail.com

Membership Secretary: Roni Bailey. ronibaileytcc@gmail.com

Director of Youth Cricket: TBC - please apply here

Junior Chair: Andrew Hall, hall.andrew@yahoo.co.uk / 07968 157722

Child Welfare Officer (CWO): Lara Van Gelder. lara@vgelder.net / 07800 574741

Deputy Child Welfare Officer: Jennifer Whittaker. jywhittaker@gmail.com /07538 667494


For any clubhouse or grounds enquiries, both of which are available for hire, please contact Nigel Owen - owen_nige@hotmail.com


Age Group managers list can be found at lowe section on Practice and Nets Page




TW11 0EA: From Park Road / Teddington Gate of Bushy Park, proceed 400yds along Chestnut Avenue, turn right (signposted The Pheasantry Cafe). Continue along this road for 500yds, go through the white gate (often has a no entry sign when gates are half closed), and turn right at the end of the car park when presented with another no entry sign. This road leads into the TCC Car Park. From the Hampton Court Road Gate, proceed along Chestnut Avenue, round the Diana Fountain. After 500 yards turn left (signposted The Pheasantry Cafe) and follow instructions as above.

Please note the park gates close shortly after dusk in the summer. 24hr parking and access is available via the National Physical Laboratory entrance on Queens Road (TW11 0LW). Follow the signposts for Bushy Park Parking / Teddington Rugby Club. You then walk through the gate into the park, which brings you to the bottom end of the bottom pitch.