The following competitions are on offer for the 2020/21 season:
For more information in relation to Cricket Australia's Junior Formats, please click here
HJL Programs Summary
HJL Season Dates 2020-21
U/13, 15 & 17's
Registration fees for the HJL competition is noted above for each grade/age group. This fee covers the cost of ground hire, match balls. crease tape & COVID safe sanitary wipes. Please note that to encourage use of the MyCricket e-scoring platform, Cricket Tasmania will not provide score books to clubs for the 2020/21 season. If clubs wish to enter scores in a book as a back up to e-scoring, they will need to source their own books.
Clubs may enter teams in the HJL competition by submitting a team nomination form. Please note that forms that are incomplete (coach not listed etc) will not be accepted. Teams will only be placed into the roster once all required information has been received. Nomination forms can be submitted to CT's Community Competitions Administrator - South, Paul Crosswell, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Team nominations for respective HJL age groups are due on the following dates:
HJL U/13, U/15 and U/17 Boys - Wednesday 7 October
HJL Stage One, Stage Two (T20) and U/18 Girls - Wednesday 14 October
HJL U/15 Girls Competition - Wednesday 21 October
Please click here for a team nomination form.
The HJL competition is open to all Boys and Girls aged: 7-12 for Stage One and Stage Two (T20) but must be under the age of 12 as of the 31st August 2020 to participate.
Players must also be under the age of respective competitions (U/13, U/15 Boys and Girls, U/17 Boys, U/18 Girls) as at the 31st August 2020 to participate.
Clubs seeking an exemption for overage players must complete the Dispensation Request Form, found under the 'Hurricanes Junior League 2020/21' tab. Exemption requests will not be accepted unless submitted in this format.
New & Existing Clubs
New & existing clubs from all cricket competitions in Southern Tasmania are invited and encouraged to enter teams in the HJL competition. For weekday competitions (Stage One, Stage Two (T20) and U15/U18 Girls) CT puts teams into regional divisions to ensure teams play against only teams in their area (where applicable) to minimise travel.