Senior Women's

Together for over 15 years and still love every season


Our Women's Team

Our Women’s team, fondly known as “the Chickets” don’t just call themselves a cricket team, they’re friends for life. For the Senior Women’s Team, that has been together for over 15 years, playing Sundays isn’t just about cricket, it is about playing with your best mates week in, week out.

They play competitive and hard, but with respect for the game and opposition, whilst trying to have a laugh no matter the situation. 

The Sharks women’s team are one of the most successful teams both at Bayswater Park and within their competition. The team plays each Sunday  and train alongside senior men on a Tuesday and Thursday. The team enjoys being social and the annual end of season trip is always a highlight.

We welcome every new player with open arms, with the club treating its women’s team as equals to the men. If you’d like to join, we would love to have you no matter your age or skill level. If other life commitments are a barrier for you, there is great flexibility allowing you to play just a few games, every second week or whatever works for you!

captain - sarah smith

We’re Led by a Club Legend

She hates the limelight, but it’s well deserved. A team player through and through, women’s captain, Sarah Smith, is both an outstanding player and leader of the women’s XI team. In addition to team captain, Sarah is also the clubs current Vice President, who is loved and respected by not only her teammates, but the broader Shark Park family.

Sarah Smith is our first player (Male or Female) to make 7000 runs in the same team for our great club at an average of 52.57 and is a handy little bowler. 

Sarah may clean up at presentation night most seasons, gives some terrible motivational speeches, has her unique pre-game routines, and won’t give up first slip, but we wouldn’t have her any other way.

One Day Premierships
T20 Premierships
Years Together
End of season trips

General questions

Not at all. Our womens team welcome all ages and skill level. 

First year players are free (just have to pay for the uniform). Then fees are $380 per season or $20 casual pass.

Uniforms can be found here to learn more

See our player hub to learn more >

BPCC believe in one senior group, so the women train at the same time as the men (but train as its own entity) on Tuesday and Thursday nights starting at 5.30pm. 

Game days are Sunday’s starting at 1pm

  • We compete in the RDCA.
  • The formats played are Twenty20 competitions  One Day competitions – with one grand final played at the end of the season
  • Matches are played on Sundays.
  • All players must wear Bayswater Park Cricket Club’s uniform. 
  • The cricket season generally runs from October through until March – you will receive a fixture with a  break over the Christmas period. 

Questions contact the following:

Sarah Smith (Women’s Captain) 
0421 848 097 

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Join our women team

If you’d like to join our women’s team, chat to  Captain Sarah Smith  0421 848 097 (call or text) or email the club directly on