About our club
Hornsby District Cricket Club is one of the oldest and largest cricket clubs on Sydney’s upper north shore, having been first formed in 1928 and now entering our 95th year.
We compete primarily in the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai & Hills District Cricket Association (HK&HDCA), which caters to over 2600 players, coaches and officials not to mention our supporters.
Our club fields over 250 players across 25 teams in multiple competitions across Sydney, including:
• over a dozen boys/mixed junior teams in the HK&HDCA from U/8s to U/17s, with a growing focus on girl's cricket
• U5s to U9s Junior and Master Blasters on Saturday mornings
• 8 senior teams in the HK&HDCA senior association
• Regular senior teams in the Sydney Morning Cricket Association (winter)
Our home grounds are Parklands Oval (Mount Colah) for A Grade, and Montview Oval (Hornsby Heights) for other grades and juniors. We also play matches all over the Upper North Shore and Hills areas, including from Asquith to Berowra, Normanhurst to Wahroonga, Glenorie and Kenthurst.
Where We Play & Train
Montview Oval, Hornsby Heights
Montview Oval is home to the "Hornets Nest", including three training nets and a fully-equipped clubhouse at which we hold after-game drinks and other events and gatherings throughout the year.
Seniors train on Thursday evenings, while juniors train on other weekdays.
Parklands Oval, Mount Colah
Parklands Oval is the home ground of our mighty A Grade team.
Storey Park, Asquith
Our up and coming Junior Blasters cricketers call Storey Park home during the Junior Blasters season.