- Trial v Gordon cancelled
- Dolphins visit Dubbo
- Peter Nevill drops in on junior training
- 2019/20 NSW Premier Cricket draw released
- Ian Moran awarded life membership of the SCA
- Easts Green Shield stars appear in Under-17s Championships
- Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club release 2018/19 Annual Report
- Senior pre-season dates announced
- Junior Academy blasts off
- Junior High Performance Coach announced
- 2019/2020 Green Shield Coach announced
- Easts and koala.com in bed together at last as Major Partners
Exciting news from Lords with Ireland (and ESCC Dolphins!) Opening Bowler Tim Murtagh taking 5-13 against England on the first day of the Test. More in Latest News.
Become a Sponsor
At all levels, we have implemented a holistic approach to our sponsorship program. This allows our club sponsors to directly engage with our members and their families and actively get involved with their lifestyles.... (more)
One of the great things about Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club is that it opens up opportunities for its members and players both on and off the field. (more)
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We welcome new members to participate in all activities at the club. You might wish to become a volunteer and help out on game day, or you may just have an interest in the club and wish to enjoy some of the club events that are regularly held.... (more)
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Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club (formerly Waverley Cricket Club Inc) is in its 125th year. The Club currently fields teams in the competitions conducted by the Sydney Cricket Association including 6 senior grades together with the Poidevin-Gray Shield (under 21) & AW Green Shield (under 16).
Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club is one of the largest junior cricket clubs in Australia. For boys and girls aged 4-6 and for 7-8 years olds our In2Cricket clinics are a great start to learn the basics. We also have teams ranging from 8 to 16 years of age that play in the South Eastern Junior Cricket Association (SEJCA).