Doncaster Town Cricket Club has one of the biggest junior sections in the area and it takes the welfare of each of the children that train and play at DTCC very seriously.The club first acheived 'Clubmark' status in 2005 and again in 2010. So that the club continues to meet Clubmark criteria it has two recognised child welfare officers with at least one available at each junior training session and match. Plus, the club has a number of codes of conduct in place so that the junior members can be involved in as much cricket as possible. There is also a recognised first aider on hand at training and matches.
Everybody that is involved in the junior section of the club whether it be managers, coaches, scorers or umpires has been CRB checked. CRB checks are renewed every three years which makes sure that child protection is as tight as possible.
Doncaster Town Cricket Club takes pride in the fact that it is only one of a small number of clubs in the area that has acheived Clubmark status. It helps make people aware that Doncaster Town is a safe place for children to take part in the game of cricket and a place where they can enjoy playing the game and develop their skills.