Chris Rogers Cricket Camp

Dates: 11-13 December 2017
Location: The Village Green & Pavilion, 26 Hanna’s Road, Strath Creek
Accommodation provided

Interested? Let us know!

Come join Chris on this 3-day elite cricket camp at his family property. You’ll develop your skills with first-class coaching from Chris and others in one-on-one and group sessions, and enjoy some great country cricket playing!

If you’re a keen cricketer aged 14-16, looking to take your cricket up a notch, this camp is for you. Numbers are strictly limited so you get personalised attention.


What’s included

    • accommodation and all meals (2 nights, 3 days)
    • coaching with first-class players and highly qualified coaches
    • one-on-one sessions with Chris Rogers
    • cricket drills and activities, using bowling machines and other coaching aids
    • turf wicket match on the final day
    • evening talk with Chris and John Rogers
    • Chris Rogers Camp shirt, shorts and cap

The cost is $750 

The venue

Just over an hour’s drive north of Melbourne, the Village Green is the perfect spot for a cricket camp. It boasts a scenic cricket ground, top practice and playing facilities and comfortable accommodation, all in a relaxed country atmosphere.

The coaches

Chris Rogers

An opening batsman, Chris achieved a first-class batting average of 49.55 while scoring over 25,000 runs, and playing 25 tests for Australia. Chris has also played state cricket for Victoria and Western Australia, and captained the Middlesex and Somerset County teams. Named Australia’s best player in the last Ashes series against England in 2015, Chris then retired from Test cricket and has since become an ABC cricket commentator and a coach for the Australia A team.

Max Shepherd

Max is a nationally accredited Level 3 Coach with over 35 years playing and coaching experience. He has been State Director of Coaching for Cricket NSW, and is now is a coaching consultant with Cricket Victoria, and North East Knights pathways Head Coach.


Your hosts

John and Ros Rogers

Chris’s dad, John, was a state player and selector for New South Wales, and served as CEO of the Western Australian Cricket Association for 5 years. John now shares his love of cricket through The Village Green, where he and Chris’s mum Ros host school camps, functions and holiday makers in the bunkhouse most weekends – that’s where you will be staying.

Interested? Let us know!