Established in 1862, Coromandel Cricket Club has been a mainstay of sporting and social activity in the Blackwood and Coromandel Valley districts for over 150 years.
Widely recognised as the "second oldest cricket club in South Australia", Coromandel has been a member of the Adelaide & Suburban Cricket Association (ASCA) since 1938/39.
The Club currently fields 3 senior teams in Sections 2, 4 and 8 of the Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association. These sides cater to a range of cricketing abilities and backgrounds, from those with Grade cricket experience to those who are still learning the game.
There is also the opportunity for younger cricketers to develop and learn the game with the club fielding sides in the Under 16s, 14s, 12s and 10s competitions of the South Central Junior Cricket Association. The club also runs a successful Milo-into-Cricket program aimed at developing the skills of young cricketers aged 5 to 8 years of age.
The priority at Coromandel is to make cricket an enjoyable experience for all its members, so if you're keen to play cricket, or would just like to get involved socially, then don't hesitate to join us.