AUCC Registration Page

How To Join AUCC for the 2018-19 season

Full details of Membership Subscriptions for all grades are available here.

  1. 2017-18 Club Members can register by logging-in using last season's username and password - follow the "Login" link at the top of the left column. (There is a handy link on the login page which might be useful - "I have forgotten my Username or Password")
  2. New members should follow this link: Register now
  3. Come along to our enrolment day on Sunday 16th September between 10am and 1pm in our Clubrooms at Colin Maiden Park, Merton Road, St Johns if you prefer to register in person
  4. Call our Club Manager on 528-7931 to arrange another time to register in person.

Registrations for the Junior grades close on Sunday 30th September for grades Year 2 through Year 8 and we can only accept late registrations if there is space in a team. It is very important for this date to be met please to enable our Grade Convenors to assemble the teams in time for the start of the season.  Last season there were over 50 late registrations which made their jobs very difficult.

All junior registrations made and paid on or before 16th September go into a prize draw to receive:

  • a full refund of subscription
  • a one-on-one coaching session with one of our senior coaches
  • a playing cap.

Most junior subscription rates will increase by $10 on Monday 1st October.

Registrations for the Senior team-entry grades (1-Day and T20 teams) close on Friday 5th October so as to meet the team entry deadline date set by Auckland Cricket.

Twilight teams should register directly with the Club Manager by Friday 12th October.

Donations

During the registration process, donations will be invited to raise funds for the Indoor Nets Facility at Colin Maiden Park. The current status of this project can be read here.


Grade Information

A summary of the grades available is outlined below. For more information please refer to the Grade Info pages under the Membership button at the top of this page. Alternatively, please contact the relevant Grade Convenor, or our Club Manager on 528-7931 or admin@aucc.co.nz.


Junior Players (aged 5 to 18 years):

Most Junior grades align to the school year at the start of the season, For example, children in Year 2 at school in 2018 play in the Year 2 grade, in Year 3 at school in the Year 3 grade, etc. However several are age-based, particularly all the Girls grades and Boys U11 Softball.

  • Year 0/1 (5 and 6 year olds): a skills-based coaching programme at Colin Maiden Park on Friday afternoons between 4:15pm and 5:15pm, run by our Club Coaches
  • Years 2-4: teams play against other teams from our own Club and from our neighbouring clubs Parnell and Grafton. All Year 2 and most Years 3 and 4 games will be on Saturday morning staring at 8:30am.  Due to a shortage of grounds in our area, Years 3 and 4 will occasionally play on Friday evenings starting at 4.45pm. It is envisaged that teams in Years 3 and 4 will probably play 3 or 4 games on Fridays during the 16 weeks of the season
  • Year 5: teams are put together based on being in a team with friends; all games are on Saturday mornings staring at 9:30am
  • Year 6: teams are graded and play on Saturdays mornings at 9:30am against other clubs across Auckland 
  • Year 7-8: teams are graded and there are a variety of playing options - please refer to Membership>>Grade Info
  • Girls’ Cricket: from Year 0/1 through Year 3, girls play in mixed teams with the boys, then girls-only grades are available from Year 4:
    • Under 11/U13/U16 Softball – 6-a-side, 12-over per side games on Saturday mornings starting at 8am;
    • Under 11/U13/U16 Hardball -  games are on Saturday mornings, T20 starting at 9:30am;
    • U13 mid-week – a new T20 competition is available this season, on Tuesdays starting at 5pm. Players can chose to play on Saturdays, or Tuesdays, or both

Full details for all grades are available on this website – follow Membership >> Grade Info.

Occasionally we receive requests for players to play out of their grade. The Club does not generally allow children in the Junior grades to play down, but in special circumstances players may be granted dispensation.  If a child wishes to play up a grade then this will be considered if the player has exceptional skills.  To request your child to play outside of their grade, an application must be made in writing to the Club Manager, who will refer the request to the relevant Grade Convenor, Junior Coaching Coordinator and our Junior Club Captain.
 

Senior players (anyone 16 or over as at 1st September):

There is a wide range of grades to suit adult players of all ages and abilities, from social to competitive.

Social Grades:

  • For the extremely social – Twilight Cricket is offered at our home ground for 2 hours on Monday and Tuesday evenings
  • For the almost as social – Twenty20 Cricket is played for 3 hours on Saturday or Sunday afternoons against other clubs in Auckland
  • For a player who wants a longer and more competitive game – the Senior 1-Day grades play 40-over games on Saturday afternoons

(In most cases, players enrol as a team in these grades via the Team Captain. However, if you are interested in playing in one of these grades and you are not part of an existing team, please register as an "Individual" player in the relevant grade (there is no charge for this) and we will endeavour to find a team for you.)

Competitive Men's Grades

  • Senior 3rd-7th grades – mixture of 1-Day and 2-Day games on Saturday afternoons for the more competitive
  • Premier and Premier Reserve – for those who want to play at the highest level of competitive Club Cricket in Auckland

Women's Grades

  • Women's Premier – AUCC will be entering a team into the Women’s Premier grade this season
  • Women's Open – an alternative to Women's Premier for players aged 16 and over who don't want to play Prems.

No-Pay, No-Play Policy

The Club has a “no pay, no play policy” which will be strictly followed this season.

Privacy Statement

AUCC collects personal information during registration so that it can be used for Club purposes including communications with Members, and selecting teams. The information will be provided to Grade Convenors, Team Coaches and Managers (who may distribute it to their team members) and to the Club’s parent body, the Auckland Cricket Association. Members have the right of access to and the right to request correction of personal information held by the Club.