Who Are We?

Founded in 2006, the Burleigh Cricket Club is one of the newest clubs to the Cricket Gold Coast competition.

After having some limited success in lower grades at the conclusion of the 2011/12 season Burleigh were crowned 2nd Grade Premiers and was invited to participate in the Cricket Gold Coast’s 1st Grade competition the following season, which sees the best twelve clubs from across the Gold Coast region compete for the Kookaburra Cup.

The 2017/18 season was a landmark in the club’s history with 1st Grade, 2nd Grade and 3rd Grade all qualifying for finals cricket with 1st Grade achieving the ultimate and winning the coveted Kookaburra Cup for the first time in the club’s history thus completing a meteoric rise for the club since its humble beginnings twelve seasons earlier.

At the close of the 2020/21 season the club had 225 active members across both juniors and seniors fielding five (5) senior teams and fourteen (14) junior teams and thus making it one of the largest junior clubs in the Gold Coast region. The club will be looking for continual improvement both on and off the field into the 2021/22 season

Where Are We Located?

Minutes away from the world famous Burleigh Beach, our home ground Avid Concrete Oval (John Handley Oval) is overlooked by the brand-new, modern, $4.5 million Burleigh Sports Club.

The ground itself features 5 turf wickets and is fully-lit, while our training facilities, on the opposite side of the oval to the Sports Club, consist of 4 fully-lit synthetic training nets recently outfitted with quick-dry sports flooring, as well as quality, just-upgraded dressing sheds, canteen and shaded pavilion with plenty of parking around the ground.

The Vision

Into the future, Burleigh Cricket Club will be aim to field successful teams in competitions run by Cricket Gold Coast. The development pathway from junior to senior players will be well established as will the pathway from local to representative level through to the Gold Coast Dolphins Cricket Club.

The club has identified that the growth of the women’s game and the club would like to be a leader on this front within Gold Coast cricket by offering equal playing opportunities and access to coaching and facilities to female participants.

The club will build a strong presence within the local community based on its core values and promote strong member involvement in day to day operations through a willing volunteer workforce and opportunities to assist in club matters.