Loganholme Cricket Club
The premier cricket club in and around the Loganholme area
Some of the best cricket facilities in the Logan area
Welcome to season 2019/2020
Junior Blasters Program 5yr to 9 yr Boys and Girls 6 weeks Date TBA
Cost $99 Children will receive there very own Kit which Includes Plastic Bat, Ball , Shirt and Hat.
Logan District Juniors 10 – 12 Yr Boys and Girls
Cost $125 Registration and $10 per day. Each player will receive a 4 Piece playing Kit which consists of Playing pants and Shirt and Training Shirt and Shorts.
Senior Players Logan & Gold Coast
Cost $175 for Registration and $20 per day. Each player will also receive the 4 Piece Playing Kit.
Over 40s Competition
$125.00 registration fee (if not already registered as a Senior player) and $20.00 per day to play. Each member will receive playing pants, playing shirt, Club shirt and shorts. If already registered as a Senior player, registration fee is $50.00 and $20.00 per day to play
Loganholme Cricket was formed almost 40 years ago with two junior sides and one senior side. On the 31st August 1987 the juniors and the seniors combined to form the Loganholme Cricket Club. Originally the Club played out of Cornubia Park in a joint agreement with the Loganholme Soccer Club. In 1997 a turf wicket was put in at Alexander Clarke Park where the Logan City Australian Rules Club was the co-tenant. In 1999 the Clubs were asked by the Logan City Council to move to new facilities at Tansey Park in Tanah Merah where Cricket is played all year round.
Since its inception the Loganholme Cricket Club has won four First Grade, six Second Grade, seven Third Grade and three Fourth Grade premierships, as well as providing many juniors that have gone on to play cricket at QCA level and some on to represent Queensland. The most successful cricketer to come through the club is Geraint Jones who was formerly the English wicket keeper. Two of our local Juniors Derek Tate, who won the Peter Burge Medal in 2005, played Queensland A’s and made other development squads over the last few years, and Alan Rowe (Australian Under 19 Captain), who was runner up to Derek in the Peter Burge medal, captained Beenleigh Logan First Grade, and also made development squads. In the 2007/2008 season Loganholme 1st Grade won the premiership, this was an outstanding achievement as the 1st Grade side was the first ever non Gold Coast club to be named premiers.
Currently, Loganholme plays in the Cricket Gold Coast and Logan District competitions with Clubs stretching from Loganholme to Tweed Heads and west to Beaudesert. The junior sides play in the Redlands competition. These young boys and girls are developing cricket skills that are essential in developing the club’s bright future.