INSURANCE (National Club Risk Protection Program)

  • It will be done on your club’s number of teams from last season (so you don’t have to wait to see how many teams you will have this season)
  • Register as early as possible – Opens from July 1st
  • For all the information please go



  • Please make sure all your details are up to date in MyCricket including game days and game types available at your club
  • This website will be promoted on TV heavily during national sign up week.


  • An email will be sent to all last season’s coordinators. If you have any questions, please let don’t hesitate to contact Clinton Kennon or the MILO in2CRICKET Helpdesk – 1800 CRICKET or email


  • MILO T20 Blast is the perfect progression for girls & boys who have participated in the MILO in2CRICKET program, but want to develop their skills further playing real games before joining traditional junior club cricket, more information on T20 blast can be found at:
  • We would like to discuss with clubs on interest to host T20 Blast centres.
  • Blackburn hosted last year on a Friday Night
  • East Burwood hosted last year on a Saturday Morning


 Club Capacity Grants of up to $5000 (guidelines in your pack)for more information visit


 Community Coaching Courses can be held in the lead up to the cricket season.

Please contact Clinton Kennon to discuss who from your club you would like.

Coaching Accreditation will be discussed in the upcoming season


  • Schools have be contacted and offered either a school clinic, school assembly visit or school gateway giveaway.
  • If you have an existing relationship with a school or need the contact details for your local school please email

me and we can discuss the details, this is a crucial partnership all clubs need to foster.


  • Term 1 & Term 4 (majority are held in term 1)
  • Representation from Clubs at these events would be great – Happy to discuss further


  • In Negotiation with McDonalds to provide each club with a new Helmet
  • Please discuss further with Clinton Kennon

MELBOURNE STARS CLUB SIGN UP (discounted membership)

  • Sign up 20 Stars Members and you can win $10k
  • 5 clubs who sign up the most members could win $1000
  • 3 x Framed, signed jersey selected at random
  • All clubs who sign up 20 or members receive a signed bat or signed team print
  • Follow the link below:-


  • Club info:
  • Club info:
  • Melb Stars:
  • Help Desk: 1800 CRICKET (1800 274 25 38

If you need assistance with any of the above programs please contact:

 Clinton Kennon

Inner East Regional Manager

Cricket Victoria
Mobile: 0473 040 593

Hosted by Our Level 3 Accredited Coach Scott McNaughton

and Matt Fotia & Team

3 Different Clinics
Designed for certain age groups but can be adjusted to younger age groups as well.
1.Early Winter Program
2. Our Female Program
3. Spin Bowling Program
Please contact us on 9761 -5881 or email for further information.

If you are tired of writing applications or don’t have the time or experience to write them (like most clubs) but don’t want to miss out on thousands of dollars annually then we recommend that you consider outsourcing this task to Robert at Grant Professionals.

We will continue to share information to clubs about grants available, but can we suggest that you hand this task over to Robert. Continuing to do nothing will ensure you continue to miss out on thousands of dollars.

We are pleased to announce Better Cricket as a new sponsor at the BHRDCA for the 2017/18 season. We look forward to sharing with the clubs any fantastic offers they have for coaching programs with Lal, Dimitri and their team. Stay tuned for more information as it comes to hand.

Topline in partnership with Scott McNaughton is very pleased to offer a COACHING the COACHES Program.

This will be a comprehensive, active and engaging course perfect for anyone aspiring to develop their Cricket Coaching skills.

With only 12 places available we would encourage you to email us your booking promptly.

The Heritage Committee has delved into BHRDCA history and provided the record of bowlers who have taken 8 wickets in the Senior Grade Grand Final.

Mark Jones effort in the “X Golf Knox” Ray McIntosh Shield Grand Final have made him the first bowler in 127 years to have performed the feat twice in different Grand Finals – with acknowledgement to Canterbury legend; Harry Swan, who backed up 8/81 in the 1st Innings with the same figures in the second Innings of the 1931/32 Grand Final vs. Box Hill!

8/42 Mark Jones (East Burwood) vs. Vermont (2016/17)

8/56 Mark Jones (East Burwood-Bennettswood) vs. Vermont (1998/99)

8/42 Russell Baird (Nunawading) vs. Doncaster Footballers (1973/74)

8/24 Norm Mullens (East Burwood) vs. East Doncaster (1952/53)

8/52 Henry Wilson (Blackburn) vs. Mitcham (1932/33)

8/81 Harry Swan (Canterbury) vs. Box Hill 1st Innings (1931/32)

8/81 Harry Swan (Canterbury) vs. Box Hill 2nd Innings (1931/32)

8/44 Cedric Crouch (Doncaster) vs. Box Hill (1920/21)

8/46 Lou Barelli (Mitcham) vs. Canterbury (1909/10)

Other records associated with the BHRDCA’s long history can be found under the Heritage tab on this website.


Please text progressive scores from grand finals on Sunday to Matt Lee 0409 973 990 to include in the coverage of day 1 of the X Golf Knox Ray McIntosh Shield.

Please include the grade and any newsworthy information – performances, partnerships etc.

To all Grand Final Clubs,

The Grand Final Permit Register has now been posted on the BHRDCA Website (eff 8:30 a.m. 17/3)

Good luck to all teams this weekend


To all participating teams in the BHRDCA Senior Grades commencing this weekend,

Any requirements for the use of a Substitute fielder can only be initiated when the following criteria is met…

  • The Substitute must be a 2016/17 MyCricket Registered player
  • The Substitute can only take the field after consultation with, and the consent of the controlling Umpire(s) & opposition Captain
  • The Substitute can only take the place of a player who has sustained an injury or illness during play – and cannot be used in place of a player with a pre-existing condition – as determined by the Umpire(s)
  • The Substitute player may not Bat, Bowl or Wicket keep


BHRDCA Sponsors



The Volunteer Of The Month Is:

OCTOBER: Paul 'Sammy' Newman - St Davids CC
NOVEMBER: Ross Chambers - Forest Hill CC/BHRDCA
DECEMBER: Justin Lui - Blackburn South CC
JANUARY: Rob Robinson - East Burwood CC
FEBRUARY: Robert Nash - Nunawading CC
MARCH: Mal Gibson - Blackburn CC


BHRDCA Events Calendar