With the growth of girl's cricket, there are many opprotunities to play outside of the league structure, especially if you are a new or emerging club in the county. Read on to see how your club can be involved in the all flexible playing offers that are available. 


These festivals are organised so that newly created under 11 teams that are part of Dynamos or the Club Champions initiative have meaningful opportuntities to play. It is great of as a club you are able to get a team together, but if you cannot, please still enter the festivals and we will put you into teams when you arrive. 

The morning will start with a few warm up activites and then we will play as many games as we can! 

Dates for 2022 will be announced shortly.






During April we will be running trasiiton camps for girls who wish to have a go at hardball cricket before the junior season begins at clubs. 

We will then follow these up during the summer holidays for those new to hardball during the season and would like to explore their skills more. 



Friday July 30th until Friday 5th August will be Girl's Cricket week, where we will be running all of the competitions below! 

Look out for the new dates, which will be upload beofre Christmas.



Champions: Plymouth CC under 13 girls  



Champions: Exeter CC under 15 girls 

Champions: Ipplepen CC under 18 girls 


For the full round up of the Super 8s festivals 2021, click the age group below

                                             under 13s                                           under 15s                               under 18s


Lady Taverners Competitions

Each year, the Lady Taverner's support under 11 and under 13 softball fetsivals in the county. If you have an under 11s team that would like to take part in some competitive cricket and a groupd of under 13swho would like to play, but not hardball, then these days are ideal. 

If you would like to enter a team, please click the graphic below. 


Champions: Bovey Tracey CC under 11 girls 


Champions: Plymouth CC under 13 girls 




Further opportunities to play





A fantastic day full of colour and fun and an ideal way to end the season for the clubs! 

Thanks to Storm Champion Mai for her help at the event. 


Keep an eye on this page for playing opportunities next summer, which will be set out in early January 

If you would like to help inspire your young lady to play cricket, why not click the picture to find out all about what drives Heather Knight, the England Captain, who started her cricket career here in Devon, playing for Plymstock Cricket Club. #devongirlscan


If you have any question about the above events, then please do not hesitate to contact Ann-Marie Presswell, Women and Girls Development Officer. This is a really exciting time for girls cricket and it would be great to see you involved!