Your Questions Answered


We've provided the answers to our most common questions below, or you can feel free to get in touch with us if you need help with anything else.

Under 9s
Under 10s -12s
Under 12s -17s
Girls Heat League 


How do I register to play?

All registrations are via the website.
Use the Club Search located at the top right-hand corner to search for Bulimba. From the listing of programs choose the appropriate option to register for.

What is the difference between a half season and a full season?

A half season is one term, a full season is both Term 4 and Term 1. Generally, half season registration is for Term 4 only when your child plays school cricket in Term 1.

What is a MyCricket ID?

If you have played cricket before you will have a MyCricket ID. Previously registered players need to login through the Existing Participants panel with your MyCricket ID.

What if I am new to cricket?

If you have not played cricket before and do not have a MyCricket ID you will need to login through the New Participants section.

What if I can't remember my MyCricket ID?

If you are not sure of your existing MyCricketID, you can look for it by entering your name in MyCricket's Player Search.

What if I can't remember my password?

If you know your MyCricket ID but you are not sure of your MyCricket password, you can reset it at the Password Reset page. 

How do I pay the registration fees?

All fees are to be paid online through the website at the time of registration.
The Bulimba Cricket Club has a strict policy of No Pay, No Play – Players will not be covered for insurance purposes if they have not paid.

Am I able to pay in instalments?

For families who may have difficulty meeting the fee payment, please contact the Club Registrar at


What other equipment do I need to play?

  • Bulimba Cricket Club playing shirt, ordered at the same time as registration or bought during our advertised uniform store opening hours.
  • White cricket pants.
  • It is preferable that players use their own cricket kit for training and games, for new players joining the club please enquire with the club Registrar on the availability to loan kit out from the club for the season. We do have a limited supply that we are more then happy to loan out to players for their first time playing cricket.
  • Protective box (for boys and girls) is a mandatory requirement and will not be issued out for loan.

How do I order a Bulimba Cricket Club playing shirt?

You can order a shirt a playing shirt when you register. The club runs a uniform store that will have advertised opening hours before the start of season and then again during the first few weeks of the season.

Do I need to buy a new shirt if the shirt from last year still fits?

No – if your shirt from last year still fits it will be OK. But all players must wear a Bulimba Cricket Club playing shirt at games.

How do I know what age group my child should be playing in?

The cut-off date used to determine age group eligibility is the age your child is at 31st August.

  • If you are 8 or under on 31stAugust then you can play under 9’s
  • If you are 9 or under on the 31st August then you can play Under 10's
  • If you are 10 or under on the 31st August then you can play Under 11's
  • If you are 11 or under on the 31st August then you can play Under 12's
  • BEARS is for players aged 12 to 17 as at 31st August

Our club policy is that a child can only play up one age level unless they have received approval from the Director of Coaching.

How do I get my child on a team with their friends?

When you register you will be asked to nominate another child that your child may like to play with. This is designed to help allocate players into teams. If you have already organised a team, email the team list with the proposed coach and manager to the Club Registrar at

When do I find out what team my child is in?

Our registrations team will contact families as teams are put together. We make all efforts to have our teams finalised before training commences for that season.

What time do games start?

Junior cricket is played on Saturdays with either a morning start time of 8:00am or an afternoon start time of 1:00pm. Most games will be morning, with the growth of cricket in our region afternoon games can be expected.
Our Under 9 competition starts at 7:45am.
Sunday Girls Heat League games start at 7:45am.

Where is training held?

At the Bulimba Cricket Club nets and fields, 400 Lytton Rd, Morningside (next to Colmslie Pool). Regular attendance at training is expected of ALL players.
Girls Only training is held Friday commencing at 5:00pm. This is open to all female players in the club.

When does training start?

Training commences generally in early September, the team coach will advise their players when and on what day training commences.

What times/days is training?

Training times may vary based on availability of coaches and facilities. However, all Under 9 teams train on Thursday 4.00 - 5.30pm. Team Coaches will advise their teams once they have received their allocated time slot.

It's raining outside (or it's about to rain) - is training still on?

Always assume that games and training are ON unless otherwise advised.
All weather updates for training and games will be made via Facebook and Twitter – please ‘like’ Bulimba Cricket Club on Facebook and follow us on twitter to stay up to date with the club. Your coach/manager may email you directly, so please make sure your contact details are up to date.

How can I help?

The Bulimba Cricket Club is run and managed by volunteers, and the involvement of its volunteers is a key part to the success of the club, there are always areas that you can help.
Email the club secretary – if you would like to be involved in this great club!

I would like to Coach/Manage my child's team, what do I need to do?

Being involved in your child’s team, as coach or manager, is immensely rewarding.
We give our coaches a lot of support. We constantly strive to help our coaches build a culture in which our players will learn and improve. The club will help you to become an accredited coach with Cricket Australia, giving access to a large number of coaching videos and other materials. We run coach the coach sessions through the season.
Coaches are responsible for training and game day preparation, and play a critical role in the enjoyment and success of our players. Kids love it when their parents take an active role in their sport so please consider taking on one of these vital roles in your team.
It is club policy that all of our match officials have current Blue Cards. Please contact our Member Protection Officer if you need any assistance – .

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