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The Burwood District Cricket Club began in 1928 when ex-serviceman from the First World War wanted to play social cricket together. Today the “Burra” are still playing cricket with their mates. Ninety four years on we are a proud cricket club with a strong culture, who consist of people from a diverse range of backgrounds who all share the same passion, playing cricket. Our club’s ‘mateship’ values expect our players to be good people, respect each other, our club, our opposition and the game;. Our club's vision is to be an inclusive and successful community club who abide by the motto;

 

My Club, My Team and Then Me.

 

We pride ourselves in being an inclusive club welcoming anyone into our playing ranks regardless of age, heritage, religion, personal beliefs, and most importantly, we do not discriminate on cricket ability. We welcome everyone! So please get in touch bdccpres@gmail.com


We play and train on the two ovals at Hartwell Reserve at the end of Beryl St in Glen Iris. We are a member of the Box Hill Reporter District Cricket Association. In season 2021/2022 we aim to field;

 

  • 3 Senior sides (Saturday).
  • A T20 side (Tuesday evening).
  • A Veteran’s team (Sunday).
  • A Women's Social Sixes program.

In addition to our Senior teams we a have flourishing Junior program. Which begins with the Woolworths Blast program for juniors aged 7 to 10. Children then begin their competitive cricket journey with our Super 7 and Fast 9's cricket sides.

 

 

    (Our BDCC Juniors and Saturday Blasts Program kids)

 

We are very proud of our achievements and are determined to continue our recent premiership success of winning five grand finals in the past five years.


 

(2016/17 First XI after their premiership win)

 

 (BDCC Veterans XI after their premiership win in 2020/21. Making it the fifth flag win in the last five years at the club.)