Girls' teams

Our Girls U9-11s playing at home in the summer of 2020.

Possible impact of COVID-19 on the 2021 summer season

Currently we are planning for a normal season with the same 'Covid Secure' measures in place as in 2020, but this is of course dependent on government and ECB guidance.

A local centre for girls' cricket

Our numbers of girls roughly doubled each year between 2017-2019 and we grew a little in 2020 even with the Covid-19 pandemic happening. In 2020, we had 56 girls playing cricket at the club, all between school year Reception and school year 8, with the majority in school years 2-7. We believe we're rapidly becoming a 'go to' club in the local area for girls of these ages.

U9-11 soft-ball and U11-13 hard-ball teams aimed at girls

In 2021 we will be aiming to grow our numbers again, and will run two squads of around 20-30 girls:

  • Under 9-11s soft-ball (years 4-6), playing in the Surrey Cricket Foundation Smash-it girls' league

  • Under 11-13s hard-ball (years 6-8), playing in the North Kent Junior League Girls 13s division

SMCC Girls' first all-female junior match in 2017 - SMCC vs Dulwich.


We offer training year round for all ages.

For girls in the U9-11 and U11-13 squads, based on feedback from players and parents, we now have dedicated all-female sessions. See SMCC indoor cricket courses - Autumn term 2020 & Spring term 2021 and Summer season training for details.

Women's team

From school year 8 upwards, girls are also eligible to train and play with the SMCC Women. The SMCC Women squad grew by around 12 players in 2020, and we are working towards running two women's teams in 2022. The women's section is a thriving section of the club. For further details, see the Women's Cricket section on our main website. The club's Executive Committee includes three members from the SMCC Women and we're proud to be one of a tiny number of clubs in the country to be led by a Chairwoman.

Representative cricket

We will continue to work with Surrey and London Schools' Cricket Association to give our girls every opportunity to play representative cricket.