The Lynbrook Sports & Social Club has as its distinctive mission the provision of competitive sporting and social activities for both junior & senior players and members who are drawn from Lynbrook and surrounds.
We value the fostering of sporting & social activities in our local community. In carrying out this mission and its underlying CORE VALUES we will
« Welcome all members of the community »
« Encourage their participation »
« Encourage good sportsmanship »
« Practice respect for all levels of ability »
Lynbrook Cricket Club is currently affiliated with DDCA (Dandenong District Cricket Association) since its establishment, and follows the competition and programme set by DDCA.
LCC seniors generally compete in a series of one-day and two-day matches (turf and synthetic), mainly on Saturdays during the cricket season.
LCC Juniors generally compete in a series of two-day matches (synthetic).
The representation in available match formats and grades are decided by LCC exec committee before the start of the season.
Lynbrook Cricket Club (LCC) was established in the 2005/2006 season with 2 senior teams and 2 junior teams. Since then the LCC has steadily grown and in the 2013/14 season, there were 7 senior teams and 6 junior teams.
LCC has also run Milo in2Cricket programs since the 2006/07 season. Players come from a wide range of areas, however they are predominately located in Lynbrook, Lyndhurst, Hampton Park and Cranbourne North. There were 122 junior participants and 90 senior participants in the 2013/14 season.
LCC’s original home ground was Banjo Patterson reserve on Paterson Drive Lynbrook. From 2009/10 LCC’s main home ground has been at Lynbrook Primary School on Paterson Drive Lynbrook. The LCC was advised by Casey Council that it has been successful in securing the 2 ovals at Marriott Waters in Lyndhurst and from 2014/15 this facility is now our new home ground.
The current major sponsor for LCC is the Lynbrook Hotel. LCC is looking for other organisations in the vicinity to support our club to grow stronger and further develop junior cricket within the local community.