Cricket Club takes place on Thursday afternoons during the Summer Term for Years 4-6. We play fixtures against other school teams and take part in the Midlands' ISA Championships and the Cheltenham District Primary Schools' Tournament. Matches usually start at 15:45 and consist of 16 overs per side.
The individual skills of batting, bowling and fielding are coached within a smaller environment where we aim to develop good practise into match preparation with early use of tactical awareness.
Airthrie fields both Quik Cricket and Hard Ball Cricket teams. This means that players will have experience of playing with both types of ball, following a range of different rules. Traditional rules are used during the ISA Championships, however the majority of fixtures are played under Taverner's Rules when players bat in pairs for a given number of overs.
In June 2016 Airthrie won the ISA Plate Competition.
St John's Primary School, St James Primary, Richard Pate's School, King's School, Gloucester, The Elms, The Downs, St Edward's School, Berkhampstead, Beaudesert Park, Cheltenham District KO Tournament, Midland ISA Championships.
Written by Edward, Dylan and Mr Wright Last Wednesday, Mr Wright's Cricket team got to School early at 7:30am and drove for an hour and a half to get to Crackley Hall. In all games our... Read more
12 May v St John's Airthrie won by 31 runs (Airthrie positive score 70, St John's positive score 39) 18 May v Beaudesert Park Airthrie won by 2 runs (Airthrie positive score 69, Beaudesert... Read more
Last week, the Airthrie Cricket season began with a match against Rendcomb College, B Team. The boys only had the opportunity of one coaching session during the first week of term. ... Read more
Exciting sporting news...Charlie (Year 5 pupil) has been selected to play in the U11 Cheltenham and Cotswold District Cricket Team: the next step will be County Trials in late summer. Many... Read more
Our cricketers have enjoyed a very active season, playing in a wide range of matches and tournaments. For the first time at Airthrie, the School team entered a traditional hard-ball cricket... Read more