Andover Cricket Club - Andover Youth

Training updates

Training Update
Outdoor training sessions for 2019: 
Outdoor training at London Road began the week commencing 29th April. Final training week will start Monday 22nd July.

Mondays: U11 boys/U13 girls 5.30-7.30pm
(no training Bank Holiday Mondays)
Tuesdays: U9 boys and girls 5.30pm-6.45pm
Tuesdays: U13 boys and U15 boys 7-8.30pm

Matches will start May 17th for U15s and Sunday May 5th for all other teams.

Latest news


Latest News

Holiday course at Andover CC run by Hampshire Cricket
for years 3-8

Dates 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 August 2019

School years 3-8.
Cost from £150 per week or £40 per day.

To book please go to


If you are interested in joining Andover Youth Cricket Club please email

Sadly our training sessions for 2019 in the U9/10/11 age groups are now full. If you'd like to join the waiting list for the 2020 season please send Charlotte an email.

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Welcome to Andover Youth

Welcome to
Andover Youth


Andover Youth has around 140 members, aged from 7 to 17 years playing:-
  > 150+ outdoor matches during summer
  > 100+ indoor matches in winter

Team of qualified coaches provide:-

  > Indoor winter coaching

  > Outdoor practice evenings at Andover

  > Cricket Camps for U9s - U15s in the summer holidays in association with Hants CCC

In 2019 Andover Youth are fielding two 'open' teams at U9 and U11, one side at U13, U15 and U17.

Members selected for indoor coaching and outdoor matches by:-

  > Winchester Warriors Junior Cricket
  > County representatives at all ages

Members from aged 13 are eligible for selection to play in Andover Cricket Club’s senior teams 

For more details regarding Membership please email Charlotte Chamberlin:
Sadly we cannot take any more U9/10/11 children for the 2019 season
Andover Youth - Volunteering


Could you help? 

We are blessed to have many parents who give their time very generously to ensure that very many children are able to play cricket week in, week out right through the year.  Individuals help out in a whole variety of different ways - coaching, managing a team, scoring, umpiring, collecting match fees, making team drinks ..... 

But the more people we can get involved the easier it is for everyone.  The old adage of 'many hands make light work' is very true.

If you think you might be able to help in some way it would be great to hear from you.  It would be super to have some extra help with the youth coaching during the summer term for example, or perhaps you might like to help manage a team or maybe take on responsibility for stocking up the clubhouse when needed with squash and biscuits for youth home games .....

Do please get in touch with any committee member or junior manager if you are able to offer any help.