Junior Section

First things first…Junior Membership Form

Terling Junior Cricket Club is all about fun and learning the basics of teamwork.

We hold sessions at The Dismals on Sunday mornings from 9:45 til 11.

We are fortunate to have a professional, qualified coach in Graham Davies, along with some players and parents whom offer help and support.

Please be confident, all helpers have a current DBS check in line with the ECB Safeguarding policies. Child welfare and safety is of utmost importance.

Head Coach Graham Davies

Graham has been involved with the Junior section since its inception. From 3 youngsters on day 1 to what it is today. Graham is Head Coach for Essex Disability Cricket Team, he is Level 2 Qualified and has an excellent manner with both adults and children. Graham still plays cricket – when he’s not coaching or tinkering with his boat!

Child Welfare Officer Tim Harrison

Tim has been involved with Terling Cricket Club since 1994 and still plays for the village when required. Tim is in charge of our All Stars (5-8 year olds) and also a keen helper with the Junior section. Tim is enthusiastic about cricket, village life – and all that it brings! He is the main contact at Terling – you can contact him on 07730585445 / info@terlingcc.co.uk

Junior Coaching Assistant Liam Humphries

Current Team
Terling Cricket Club 1st XI

Liam has been part of Terling Cricket Club since his early teens – as a Sunday player, then 2nd XI and now 1st Team regular. Liam joined in with the Junior coaching as his nephew wanted to start playing. Liam is now focused on the development of the Junior section and finding youngsters to take over from him in the First XI! Liam has an excellent manner with the youngsters and is a role model for his nephew – and we hope, for our future Terling stars. Liam was on the radar of the County setup when he was younger and still plays a very competitive game to this day.

Junior Coaching Assistant Adam Twin

Adam comes from a long list of Twins to have played for Terling – and as such, is keen for his daughter to follow in the family footsteps. Adam and his family are devoted to the cricket club and its success – and as such, you will find him and his daughter pottering around on match days – even if he isn’t selected! Sadly for Adam, his other love is Everton FC – not everyone is perfect! Adam also takes a significant role in local football teams and as such, his coaching style is varied and diverse – a true attribute to our Junior section.


Our 2019 season was our first real taste of Junior Cricket – our side entered the Matchplay event at the Essex County Ground (a first for Terling CC). We played against much stronger sides in Brentwood, Hornchurch and Leigh on Sea. We were victorious in one game – which was really cool…. As a team, we learnt a lot – and we look forward to continuing our cricketing journey!

It was really, really, really exciting at the Essex County Ground. The thought of playing where professionals play got me nervous but it turned out to be amazing. We played Brentwood Bucaneers and a red team. They both got me out but what mattered was that I had fun which I did. Everyone got a medal and had dinner while other teams played against each other.

George Wild, 8