BULLS CRICKET

THE BULLS WAY

Club Captain/Coach: Joe Gatting

Our Mission

Our Mission is to become a leading Australian Premier Cricket Club and a force within the South Australian Cricket Association by setting new levels of professionalism in all aspects of the game, on and off the field.

Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club

APPAREL

TTGDCC playing and training uniforms can be purchased on line at macronstore Adelaide. The clothing store opens as preseason commences and orders must be made by early September, for orders to be  delivered early October.  

We expect all players to wear full, clean, whites at all games. Our apparel supplier does supply cricket bags carrying the club logo. These can also be ordered  on line direct through macron.  To place an order, log onto the macronstore Website and place your order and payment on line. Apparel will be delivered to the club in around 4 weeks from date of order.

FEES

The Board of Management of the Tea Tree Gully Cricket Club have set the Senior fees at $480 for the 2021/22 season.

The $480 fee includes:

  • Subs 
  • Playing & Training Top
  • Pre Season Net Fees 

Fees can be paid into our bank account – details below.

Alternative arrangements can be made by emailing club treasurer Rocco Zappia at r.zappia@adelaidewm.com.au

Payments can be made via direct deposit.

Bendigo Bank

Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club

BSB: 633-000

Acct: 148436751

TTGDCC playing and training uniforms can be purchased on line at macronstore Adelaide. The clothing store opens as preseason commences and orders must be made by early September, for orders to be  delivered early October.  

We expect all players to wear full, clean, whites at all games. The playing shirt will have the club crest on the front of the shirt. The SACA Premier Cricket logo should be visible on the left sleeve. In addition to the shirt, players will need:

  1. White pants
  2. White or Cream socks (no black socks)
  3. Predominantly white cricket shoes or training shoes
  4. Maroon or White Helmet. SACA requires all players involved in the  Premier Cricket Competition and all SACA affiliated community cricket associations, use a BS7928:2013 compliant helmet for head protection for cricketers.
  5. Club Cap or Wide Brim Hat
  6. Abdominal Protector
  7. Pads
  8. Bat
  9. Thigh Guard
  10. Drink bottle
  11. Sunscreen
  12. Chair
  13. Dress Polo
  14. TTGDCC Training Shirt
  15. TTGDCC Training Shorts

(Please make sure all your equipment is clearly marked with your name)

Our apparel supplier also supplies bags carrying the club logo. These can be ordered online direct through macron.

The macron Catalogue can be found on their web site. To place an order log onto the macron web site and place your order and payment online. 

Remember everyone at the ground notices your appearance. It is very important to make sure you wear clean equipment that has the club crest clearly marked on them and all sponsors logos are displayed in the correct areas.
BE PROUD OF YOUR CLUB AND RESPECT YOUR TEAM MATES

HOW WE PLAY

  • Be professional
  • Be smart
  • With fight
  • Have fun

PUNCTUALITY

  • Don’t be late!
  • If you are running late due to unforeseen circumstances, please inform your captain/team manager
  • Being late due to personal error is not acceptable to the Bulls Way

HOW WE BEHAVE

  • NO IDIOTS
  • “IF A PLAYER INFRINGES THE ‘BULLS WAY’, HE SHALL BE EXPECTED TO APOLOGISE TO THE REST OF THE TEAM/PLAYING GROUP”
  • Be confident but respectful
  • Have a positive mindset and display positive body language
  • Always have pride in ourselves and the history of the TTGDCC
  • Be truthful and honest with each other and be prepared to give/receive honest feedback
  • Enjoy each other’s success
  • Our club and team is more important than any individual
  • Return to the club after games
  • Attend club functions and support club initiatives

HOW WE PRACTICE

  • Professionally and with purpose
  • Technical work – kept simple
  • With ‘match type’ intensity
  • Don’t neglect your strengths, make them even better!
  • ‘ZERO’ No Ball policy
  • If you Pick it up / put it back
  • A positive attitude towards all practice facilities
  • Embrace responsibility of player-led activities
  • Don’t be lazy! Help your teammates get better

HOW WE LOOK

  • Prepared – have the right clothing
  • Match day attire – wear Club polo shirt to game, look like a team
  • Only Official practice shirts to be worn at training
  • No representative (State/Redbacks League) clothing to be worn
  • Take pride in your appearance – you are representing more than just yourselves

MENTAL ATTITUDE

  • Intensity levels
  • Winning mentality
  • Back yourself & your mate in
  • We are a pack of bulls
  • No backward steps
  • Enjoy your cricket
  • Win the half hour either side of a session

DRESSING ROOMS

  • The dressing room when we are home or away should be kept tidy and always cleaned before leaving
  • Assist team managers with duties
  • Show support for the players out in the middle
  • Share duties like sightscreens/covers etc
  • Minimal phone use during hours of play (this is team time)
  • No phones allowed during T20 games (this is team time)
  • No gambling during team time
  • This is to encourage better communication and cricket learning within the dressing room. During ‘team time’ all players should be in the dressing rooms to discuss the state of the match and tactics moving forward.
  • “IF WE CREATE THE RIGHT ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE, THE GAMES WILL TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES!’”

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