Get into Cricket
Whether you want to give cricket a try for the first time, you want to watch the best female players, or you’re a female coach looking to develop – you can find information on all of this here.
There are opportunities for women and girls of all ages and level of experience to play cricket in Warwickshire, as well as pathways for coaches, scorers and umpires.
See below to find out which suits you best.
Club & Session Finder
Find a local venue near you that have women and girls cricket available for you to attend and have a go.
All Stars Cricket
All Stars Cricket provides a fantastic first experience for all children aged 5 to 8-years-old.
Dynamos Cricket provides a fantastic next step or perfect introduction for all 8 to 11-year-olds.
Club & Session Finder
We want to encourage new participants to attend cricket venues and give cricket a go. Below is a list of venues that have women and girls cricket available for you to attend and have a go.
Find you local venue and click on the venue pin for more information.
Watch Women’s Cricket
Edgbaston Stadium will host some of the world’s best female cricketers in both domestic and international action.
Bears, Birmingham Phoenix, Central Sparks and international teams competing in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will all be in action.
Click below to find out more about the upcoming fixtures.
Bears women’s team compete in the T20 Vitality Women’s Blast competition with fixtures at Edgbaston Community Sports Ground.
Birmingham Phoenix women’s team compete in The Hundred with fixtures at Edgbaston Stadium..
Central Sparks features the best female players from the West Midlands and compete in T20 and 50-over competitions.
Report: Thunder v Sparks, Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy
Report: Vipers v Sparks, Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy
Report: Sparks v Diamonds, Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy
Wong takes first ever WPL hat-trick
Edgbaston marks International Women’s Day with Women in Sport event
International Women’s Day: 1973 World Cup hero relishing Edgbaston return
Wong excited to be part of first Women’s Premier League experience
Knight: “We want to choose the positive option”
Local talent embark on ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup
Baker: “I want to be one of the best”
The Hundred to hold first-ever women’s player draft
Find Out More
Or email Warwickshire Cricket Board Women & Girls’ Cricket Officer Gabby Basketter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
U11 & U13 Softball Festivals
Allow those new to cricket or have played some cricket more playing experience. It’s a real stepping stone at the start of a young girls cricket journey. There are no overall winners or losers, its about giving girls a chance to play cricket and creating memorable experiences.
These are perfect for those who have had a taste of dynamos, club cricket or even no experience at all. Format is 8 over pairs cricket.
U11 Softball League
This is for those with some experience of playing (perhaps at festivals) and would like to play regular competitive matches, bridging the gap from festivals to hardball cricket. Format is 16 over pairs cricket.
U13 & U15 Hardball Leagues
Offer a competitive hardball playing opportunity for girls. These are weekly games in a league which clubs will enter sides into each year. Format is 16 over pairs or T20 cricket, 8 aside.
Chance to Shine Street Girls Hubs
Located in areas across Birmingham to provide a free cricket offer to girls in the city.
Women’s Softball Festivals
Open to any Women wanting to give cricket a go for the first time or those with a softball team. Great social events with a focus on fun, enjoyment and learning to love cricket. Format is 8 over pairs.
Women’s Softball League
For those with experience of Softball cricket wanting a competitive edge a structured league and longer format. Clubs with existing Women’s Softball sides will enter before the start of the season.
Women’s Hardball Cricket
For women with experience of cricket, wanting to take the next step on the cricket ladder. There is a hardball development league for those wanting to gain confidence and experience of playing hardball cricket with like minded women.
West Midlands Womens League
Those experienced girls or women wanting a competitive offer regionally across the midlands. Competitive games and leagues, with three leagues across the West Midlands region.