Welcome to the Dragon’s Den home of Barkly Street Uniting Cricket Club.

We are one of the oldest and largest clubs in the City of Maribyrnong. Currently we are fielding 2 turf teams in VTCA, 1 matting team in the North West Metropolitan CA as well as junior teams from Under 11’s upwards in the Western Region Junior CA. We are also able to cater for younger children from around 7 years of age with our Milo in2Cricket program.

Our club has a long and proud history; we were established in 1925 playing originally in the Footscray District Protestant Churches CA which merged with the Williamstown Churches CA to become what is now known as the Western Suburbs United Churches CA. The club moved to the Moreland Moonee Valley CA in 2003/04 before switching our tops grade teams to the VTCA in 2011/12.

As you browse through our site stop and check out our history, flip through the many pages of records, maybe it’s yours or a friends, a past combatant or maybe you are just a cricket tragic like so many of us who enjoy the records and photos of days gone past. Whatever your interest we hope you enjoy your visit with us and make sure you come back and check out our site from time to time.And remember new players and members are always welcome.
If you would like to join The Streeters please contact us.
We look forward to meeting you.

Our Email Address is admin@barklystreetcc.org 


Good Sports


Senior Presentation Day

Presentation Day Luncheon will this year be held at Angler’s Tavern, 2 Raleigh Road, Maribyrnong on Sunday 25 March 2018 commencing at 12 noon.

The cost of the luncheon is $50 per person for a three course meal.

Jason Tran – Wedded Bliss

Our sincere congratulations to Jason Tran and his lovely bride Christine on their happy occasion as they tied the knot on 25 November.

May this be a long and happy union.

Junior Association Presentation Night

A big congratulations to Ben McPherson and Jackson Groves-Koeleman.

Ben won the league Bowling award and the Champion Player for Under 13s.


Jackson was recognised for his hard work with the juniors and won a signed bat from the Renegades.


The Under 15s premiership flag was also presented to the club at an event last night.


Condolences Anthony Koesasi

It is with the greatest sadness that I advise our members that Anthony Koesasi’s mother Carmel has passed away after being diagnosed with cancer the week previous.

The funeral will be held at 10am at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Burwood Road, Hawthorn on Wednesday April 5.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Anthony and his family.