As shared at this weeks junior delegates meeting, please find attached details of the Milo T20 Blast program, how to get started, and answers to questions you may have.
There will be a come and try day at East Burwood Sporting Club on Tuesday October 28, that is FREE. This is part of our BHRDCA 125th year season launch, providing a great opportunity to test the waters and see first hand the program in action. There will be SEDA staff running the show, music and all the T20 Blast hype that kids love. All those participating on the night will receive a free sausage and soft drink. Times to be confirmed closer to the day, but please book mark the date now. Participants can come along individually, or as a group, or club team. We would love to see some girls involved as well, either as part of teams or individually.
If your club runs a Milo In2 Cricket clinic, then I would certainly recommend that your club should consider Milo T20 Blast as a way of retaining boys and girls that are not quite ready for competitive junior cricket.
And any club considering entering a team in the BHRDCA organised Milo T20 Blast for 2014/15 season, is encouraged to send along team members to this come-and – try session.
Further information is available via the following link and is a very helpful tool that clubs can email on to their databases http://www.e-brochures.com.au/cricket_australia/milo_t20_blast_2013/
It is imperative that as clubs and an association we support these initiatives so as not to get left behind on Cricket Australia programs, opportunity for funding and the capability to attract, retain and develop juniors so we all prosper.
Please feel free to contact Chris Gorrie at Cricket Australia with any direct questions or help your club needs to make this happen.
CHRIS GORRIE | Junior Participation Specialist – VIC
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