Bledlow Village Cricket Club - ECB Dynamos

ECB Dynamos - Information for Parents 

Bledlow Village Dynamos Cricket will be starting Friday 5th May 2023. 

This year we expect to have two offerings for this U9 age group.
1). Dynamos Cricket:
   Children will use soft balls and light wooden bats
    Minimum of six 60-90 minute sessions
    Introduction to game play through a countdown cricket match
    New Balance personalised t-shirt with name and number
    Valuable time with your kids – mums and dads are encouraged to take part too
    Complementary digital app experience
    Exclusive access to Topps Cricket Attax cards
    Safe and fully accredited
For the 2023 season our Dynamos programme will start on Friday 5th May at 6:30pm. Early-bird registrations started 15th February.

We have now (2nd April 2023) reached or planned limit. 
Register through this direct link.

2). U9 Direct enrolment including Dynamos sessions and softball league cricket.

Juniors can sign up to get extra training sessions before and after the Dynamos 8 week course. Players can also join in with Junior League cricket at U9 for competitive games with a softball against local clubs.

We are excited to be running our third year of Dynamos Cricket - the follow-on programme to All Stars Cricket and the perfect introduction for any 8 to 10 year olds new to cricket! Read on below to learn more about Dynamos Cricket.


Between the ages of 8 and 10, children are trying a huge number of sports and activities. If they don't love cricket by the time they're 10 years old, we are unlikely to keep them in cricket! This is our window of opportunity.


Whilst hundred of clubs across the country have fantastic and thriving junior sections, many children are looking for a more casual playing opportunity.


Dynamos Cricket takes all the recommendations from the junior formats in terms of pitch length and boundary size, and banner wraps it with the countdown cricket element of The Hundred.

It is about providing continuous action, and equal opportunity.

The sessions then involve skill builders to help provide kids with the skills to play the game and will be followed with a game of countdown cricket.

Soft balls and light wooden bats will be used.

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