You are all invited to attend the 94th AGM of the NDCC Inc., to be held in the Waratah Room at Hornsby RSL Club, 4 High Street, Hornsby on Thursday, 18th July 2019 at 7.30pm!

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All playing fees and clothing purchases need to be paid via the: TryBooking's On-line Facility. Click HERE to go to our Club's Registration and Clothing Order page. 


If you are unable to settle your registration and clothing fees in this timeframe, then please contact either: Mike Langford; Bobby Johnston or Graham Gorrie to arrange a payment plan.

This is a similar policy to all other sporting codes and will help the Club in so many ways. If, for example, a good portion of the season is missed through injury or other unforeseen circumstances, then the fees will be refunded on a pro rata basis.




Club practice will be held on Tuesday and Thursday each week at Mark Taylor Oval. Core practice hours are 5:00pm to 7:30pm (or dark). The Club Coach, the net captain and coaching panel members will control practices.


Players record their arrival at practice in the attendance book that will establish the batting order for net practice. As part of establishing a practice routine, players are expected to complete warm-up and stretching routines before participating in net or fielding activities. Players are expected to be engaged in organised fielding or other activities when not involved in net practice.


If players are unable to attend practice it is the player's responsibility to advise his captain or the coaching staff in advance. Progression through the grades will depend as much on the work ethic displayed at practice and the commitment to their own development, as it will on on-field performances.


The coaching staff will call on players to be responsible for leading fielding activities and for organising the storage of equipment.


In the event of inclement weather, Club practice will be held using the synthetic wickets at Mark Taylor Oval or will be transferred to the Mt Ku-ring-gai Indoor Centre (Action Sport). Alternative arrangements may be made at the discretion of the Club Coach, which include discussion/teaching forums on aspects arising from cricket issues.