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Rep Overview

BEARS provides representative cricket opportunities for boys and girls in the U12-U15 age groups. There are several components that make up the representative program:

Talent Identification Days (TID)
Each year BEARS undertakes two ½ day talent identification sessions focusing on the U12 - U13 age groups during the June-July School Holidays. During these two sessions, the BEARS Coaching Director along with staff from Queensland Cricket and Local Rep Coaches will be assessing the skills of nominated players for their suitability for selection in the BEARS Regional Coaching Program. More details are available under the TID menu.

 

Regional Coaching Program (RCP)
Each season BEARS looks to develop up and coming talent with the U12-U14 age groups. This program is designed to provide players within the BEARS region the opportunity to enhance their individual game through a variety of elite training sessions usually conducted weekly by BEARS and Queensland Cricket. Each player within the program will have access to specialist coaching which will enable them to improve their technical, tactical and physical requirements of the game. Linked closely to the district clubs (Redlands and Wynnum) a playing pathway will also be provided to players to aspire to their highest competitive level. More details are available uthe the RCP menu


BEARS Selections

During the month of October rep selections for State and Development Teams are undertaken for the U12-U15 age groups with official teams announced early in November. More details on the selection process can be found under the Selections Menu

 

BEARS Rep Teams
The official BEARS Rep Teams are usually announced early November following the conclusion of the selection process. This year players will have the opportunity to be selected in the following rep Teams:

1x U12 QJC
3x U12 Development (Redlands & Eastern Districts)
1x U13 QJC
2x U13 Development
1x U14 QJC
1x U14 Development
1x U15 QJC



More details are available under the Championships Menu