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Merchandise/Clothing

Issue of merchandise/clothing is managed by the Merchandising Officer.  For any matters relating to merchandise/clothing contact merchandise@wpccricket.com.au   To see what's available click here.

   Uniforms

To project a good individual image, to promote the image of the team and the club, and to uphold the traditions of cricket, the following dress standards should be respected and complied with by all players (In2Cricket and T20 Blast players excepted):

 

All players participating in a match should wear all white clothing. This can be either short or long sleeve shirts (not collarless T-shirts) and short or long trousers. Footwear should be predominately white.

  • All full time paid players are entitled to receive a Shirt, Broad Brimmed Hat and Cap for the first season they are with the club.  After that any further merchandise required must be purchased.
  • Super 7s are entitled to receive a Shirt, Broad Brimmed Hat and Cap either when they are new to the club or when they transition from In2C or T20 Blast. (this might also apply to U10s or higher grades who are new to the club)
  • Casual (senior) players always need to purchase merchandise.
  • The only headwear permitted on the cricket field is:
    • A White broad brimmed hat with the club logo
    • The club cap 
    • A batting helmet
  • No other headwear will be allowed on the field. Captains, Team Coaches and Managers will enforce this requirement.
    Club hats, club caps, and shirts, will be available at sign on day or through team Managers and Coaches by contact with the club merchandising officer.
  • BATTING HELMETS are mandatory for all juniors from under 11. This requirement is stipulated by MSW – our zone association. Clubs may not vary these rules.
  • For hygiene and health reasons players of all ages are expected to provide their own genital protector ('box').
  • Wicket keepers of all junior age groups are provided with specialist equipment by the club.
  • Wicket keepers from U10 upwards must wear gloves, pads and a genital protector. From U13 upwards the wicket keeper must additionally wear a helmet with face guard when keeping up to the stumps.
  • From U10 upwards wearing of pads, batting gloves, and box while batting is compulsory.
  • The club will provide each team up to U11 inclusive with a kit that will contain all the equipment players need to participate, on a shared use basis. Some batting gloves and batting pads are in the kit.
  • Players from under 12 upwards are expected to provide their own equipment (except for wicket keeping equipment – see above). The club does have a small stock of equipment that can be provided to teams on an as needs basis but it is not included in the standard issue kit bag for U12 and above.

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