The Gunnedah Junior Cricket Association would like to see a park bench and plaque installed at Kitchener Oval in honour of the late Heath King.
Association president Andrew Johns wrote to Gunnedah Shire Council to request permission in June and councillors will vote on the request at this week's ordinary meeting.
"Heath was a very special person to a lot of people in this community and a lot of his life revolved around sport - him playing and his brothers playing - so I think it would a nice thing to do, to have a permanent reminder of Heath and what he meant to us up at Kitchener," he said.
Mr Johns said he spoke with the King family before he submitted his letter to council, and is hopeful councillors will vote in favour of the memorial.
He said the memorial would be funded by the cricket association and league clubs would also be approached about co-contributions.
"I thought the time would be right to open it between the seasons and get everybody down there," he said.
"Once we get the nod from council to get the work done, I'll get some costings and then contact the other clubs and see if they're keen to contribute, and I'm sure they will be.
"It would be a nice way to remember Heath by, to sit and watch the cricket, read the plaque and think of him."
Heath died from heart complications on June 8 at the age of 15. He was the son of Katrina and Bill King and a brother to Maddison and Nathan, Lachlan, Dougie (deceased), Ryan, Oscar and AJ. He was a grandson for Henry and Rosemary Constable, and George and Shirley King (both deceased).