Nunawading Cricket Club

About Us

Nunawading Cricket Club was formed in 1927 as Tunstall Cricket Club playing at Silver Grove, Nunawading. The club grew and prospered and in the 1940's changed its name to Nunawading along with the suburb. In 1972 the ground at Silver Grove was required by the council to build a recreation centre and the club moved to its current location at Mahoneys Rd, Forest Hill. We are affiliated with the Box Hill Reporter District Cricket Association.

This change of venue, with three grounds on the site and vastly improved clubrooms had a dramatic effect on the club's ability to attract and retain players. By the end of the 1970's the Cricket Club and the Nunawading City Soccer Club had built their own social club above the pavilion, further enhancing the professional reputation of Nunawading Cricket Club. See the ‘History’ link for a full history of the club.

In 2013/14, the First XI won the B Grade premiership and One Day XI won the One Day C grade premiership

In 2014/15, the First XI won the Dorothy McIntosh Shield and our Under 14A's won the U14A Premiership

In 2015/16 the First XI won the Howard Wilson Shield, returning to McIntosh Shield in 2016/17, the Second XI won the B Grade Premiership, the 3rd XI won the C Grade Premiership and the Under 16A's won the U16A Premiership. This was followed in 2016/17 with another premiership, this time our 5th XI in G Grade.

In 2017/18, our girls team won the premiership as did our Under 12s

The Club has a great social environment and specialises in Friday family nights as can be seen in the attached photo

Nuna CC Social Rooms on a Friday night

Google maps location:


Bob Saker Oval at Mahoneys Reserve

Club Email Address: [email protected]

Junior Email Address: [email protected]