Category: women

Salt Water Sirens selected for national programme

Cricket Canada has recently put a women’s cricket committee in place, and Jazz Tucker, our women’s coordinator was asked to be on this committee. One of the committee’s first actions was to put in...

Cricket ready to go ahead

We are delighted to announce that with the revised guidelines for sport at Alert Level 2, we are able to start playing matches at RCAF, although it is important to note that all conditions...

New club formed

We are delighted to announce that the Salty Sirens Cricket Club has been formed and will be a member of Cricket NL. The Sirens have their origins in the Cricket NL women’s programme this...

August 18 recreational match

We had a good turn out for our first recreational match, with five from each of the junior and women’s programme getting an introduction to hard ball cricket. The players were divided into two...

Women’s programme continues

Thanks to Erin O’Mara for these great photos from our women’s sessions, as they get their first experience of hard-ball cricket.  ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Diya Trivedi featured in Western Star

An interview and feature in the Western Star on Diya Trivedi, a member of Cricket NL and partcipant in their junior and women’s programs “Diya’s grateful for the community she’s found on the island....

Women’s schedule

The schedule for the women’s programme for the next few weeks is as follows: July 3 (Wed) – 6:30-8 Wishingwell July 9 (Tuesday) – 6:30-8 Wishingwell July 10 (Wed) – 6:30-8 RCAF July 14...

Women’s cricket underway

The St. John’s Herald on 23 September 1891 described a peculiar match “between a team of ladies and team of gentlemen. The gentlemen wore skirts and played with broomsticks instead of bats. The ladies...