Media Release – 13 September 2011
The Bradman Foundation will once again be hosting their highly popular Bradman Regional Cricket Clinics around NSW. Bradman Regional Cricket Clinics will be held in Armidale on the 26-27 September, and in Port Macquarie on 29-30 September.
“These clinics are the best way for kids to prepare for the upcoming cricket season,” said Rina Hore, Bradman Foundation Executive Director.
“Led by the Bradman name and ideals, these annual camps have enjoyed enormous success and popularity with kids of all ages attending from all over Australia and even overseas.
“Bradman cricket clinics are about more than just improving skills. We aim to provide kids with a deep understanding about the spirit of the game, with a focus on developing Bradman’s core values – courage, honour, humility, integrity and determination,” she continued.
Cricket clinics are a great active way for kids to launch into the school holidays, and make a perfect gift from parents or grandparents looking for something fun, physical, educational and entertaining for them to do. All clinics run for two days, with an option for attending one day only available at all locations.
The clinics, aimed at boys and girls aged 11-17, run from 9:45am to 3pm and the price includes lunch and snacks, membership to the Bradman Junior Club, single entry to the International Cricket Hall of Fame in Bowral plus a Bradman Stump and Golf Ball Training Aid.
Nationally Accredited Level 2 and 3 Coaches run each clinic and there is an opportunity for local coaches to attend and learn new skills from these top coaches.
To register for a clinic, contact the Bradman Foundation on 02 4862 1247, download a registration form at http://www.bradman.com.au/cricket or email [email protected]
For more information on the Bradman Foundation visit www.bradman.com.au