Please scroll down to find answers to our most frequently asked questions, if this does not answer your query. Please contact us for additional information at

Cricket Camps – Are Cricket for Girl's coaches qualified?

Yes. All of our lead coaches have the following qualifications: 

  • ECB Level Two
  • DBS checked
  • Safeguarding and protecting children
  • First Aid qualification 
  • Fully insured

Cricket Camps – What Child Protection and Anti-Bullying Policies are in place?

Cricket for Girls will not tolerate bullying of any kind; all girls who attend courses are made aware of the policy and the consequences at the start of the course. The welfare and safety of all girls who attend our courses is our highest priority.

Cricket Camps – What happens in the event of Accidents and Emergencies?

All of Cricket for Girls staff are first aid qualified and will deal with any minor injuries or illnesses. All accidents will be recorded and parents will be informed of any illness/accidents as soon as possible.

Cricket Camps – What do I do if my child has a Medications/Allergies?

Please inform Cricket for Girls staff if your child has an allergy or any medications that may need to be taken in the event of a emergency.

Cricket Camps – What are the Registration Procedures?

All girls will be required to register at the start of the day. Girls will not leave the premises until their parent/guardian has collected them. Please inform the Cricket for Girls Head Coach if your child is leaving with another parent. We will require a written letter signed by the parent/guardian if you are happy for your son/daughter to walk home alone.

Cricket Camps – Do Cricket for Girls have insurance?

Cricket for Girls has public liability and employer’s liability insurance cover. A copy of the certificates are available at each venue.

Cricket Camps – What will my child need to bring to a course?

  • Food and drink are not provided so your child will need to bring a packed lunch.
  • It is important that your child has enough to drink throughout the day to stay hydrated, particularly in summer.
  • We provide equipment for softball cricket although players are expected to bring their own equipment for hard ball sessions.
  • Your child will need to bring sun protection and a hat during the summer.

Cricket Camps – What should my child wear?

All participants should wear comfy sports clothing and sturdy trainers. Hard ball players are encouraged to bring cricket spikes.

Cricket Camps – How old does my child have to be to attend?

Cricket for Girls runs courses for all ages and abilities and will manage your child’s progress. We are very flexible and if your daughter would like to be in a group with their friends, we are happy to accommodate.

Cricket Camps – Do all players need previous cricket experience?

No, beginners are welcome to join us and develop their skills.

Cricket Camps – Can I bring my child for one day or half days?

Yes, but we do recommend that your child attends the full course to gain the most benefit from the coaching.

Cricket Camps – Do the camps still take place if it is raining?

Yes. Our coaches are fully equipped with activities that will take place inside if it rains during the camp.

Cricket Camps – Can I pay for coaching on the day?

No. All players have to be signed and up registered at least one day before the course starts.

Cricket Camps – Can I pick up/drop off my child early/late?

Usually. Please click on our camps page and refer to individual locations.

Cricket Camps – Should my child bring their own lunch?

Yes. All players should bring a packed lunch, snacks and a water bottle.

Cricket Camps – Does my child need to bring their own equipment?

We will provide all equipment for soft ball cricket. Hard ball players will need to bring their own equipment. 

Cricket Camps – Where can I buy equipment?

Cricket for Girls has a long standing partnership with Kookaburra who are able to support your needs when purchasing cricket equipment for your child. 

Cricket Camps – What is Cricket for Girls' cancellation policy?

We regret that should we not receive at least 24 hours notice, we will need to charge for the missed course/session. If you have any other questions please contact us at

Cricket Camps – Full cancellation policy

In the event that you/your child can no longer make a group, individual or Academy coaching session booked with Cricket for Girls, the following Cancellation Policy will apply:

Group Sessions
If Cricket for Girls are notified of known dates of absences (for example, due to holidays) at the time of booking, the cost of these sessions will be deducted from the amount payable;
The cost of all other missed sessions will not be refundable.

Individual Sessions
If Cricket for Girls are notified of known dates of absences (for example, due to holidays) at the time of making a block booking (e.g.. 6 sessions), the missed sessions will be rearranged for mutually convenient day(s)/time(s);
If, after a booking has been made, an individual session needs to be cancelled and Cricket for Girls are given more than 24 hours’ advance notice of the cancellation, Cricket for Girls will endeavour to fulfil the missed session at a mutually convenient day/ time. If this is not possible, a refund will be given for that session;
If an individual session is cancelled within 24 hours of it being due to take place, the cost of that session will not be refundable. If it was not paid for in advance, the cost of the session will be payable and should be paid for within 7 days of the scheduled session.

Academy Sessions
A deposit is required to secure a place at a Cricket for Girls Academy. Once this deposit has been paid, it is non-refundable.
Once the balance of payment for the Academy course has been paid (by a date to be specified by Cricket for Girls), no refund or part-refund will be given.
If on a particular date you/ your child cannot attend an Academy session, where appropriate Cricket for Girls will offer the opportunity for you/ your child to attend another Academy session (with a different age group) that week, or the preceding or following week. If that session cannot be attended, the cost of the missed week will not be refunded.
In the event that Cricket for Girls need to cancel a session, for example, due to the illness of a coach, Cricket for Girls will endeavour to fulfil the missed session at a mutually convenient day/ time. If this is not possible, a refund will be given within 7 days of the scheduled session.

Where a refund is payable, please contact us at

Online resource – How do I sign up?

Signing up for online coaching resources is easy. Click here to view the sign up process.

Online resource – Can I sign up for an account and pay via invoice?

Yes, we have two payment options. If you are a school or a club we will generate an invoice. Individuals can pay by debit or credit card.

Online resource – Once I have a Tutorials & Resources account will I be able to cancel my subscription?

Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time however annual fees that have already been paid are non-refundable.

School and club coaching – How can I organise Cricket for Girls to come to my school or club?

Please email to organise a visit or regular coaching at your school or club.

School and club coaching – How can we get Lydia Greenway or an England player to come to visit our school or club?

Please email to organise a visit from Lydia Greenway or an England player. 

School and club coaching – Does our school/club need to have its own equipment?

Our coaches will bring equipment for all soft ball sessions. The school or club will need to provide equipment for hard ball cricket. Be sure to take a look at the Kookaburra x Cricket for Girls equipment packages, that have been designed for female players. 

Some of the schools we work with...