Girls and boys can expect to get a blast out of cricket this summer with Cricket Australia’s exciting junior sports program for kids, MILO T20 Blast, commencing across NSW in 2016.
On the back of a record-breaking KFC T20 Big Bash League, thousands of girls and boys around the country have the opportunity to play cricket via MILO T20 Blast, just like their BBL and WBBL hero’s.
MILO T20 Blast bridges the gap between MILO in2CRICKET and junior club cricket. The program introduces girls and boys (ages 7-12) to the sport through a super fun, social and safe cricket program. The 8-week program is much shorter than traditional cricket, with a maximum of 90 minutes playing time each week on a weeknight. All the equipment is supplied and the games take place at the same venue, with all participants receiving a bonus player pack containing a shirt, hat, drawstring bag, MILO and many other giveaways when they register.
To register or find your nearest program, please visit www.playcricket.com.au/t20blast or please see a list of local centres below:
North West Sydney Hurricanes MILO T20 Blast – Commencing Tuesday the 2 Bruce Purser Reserve, Rouse Hill. Contact Rod Yendle on 0405 524 346 or [email protected]
Schofields CC MILO T20 Blast – Commencing Wednesday the 27th January 2016 at Schofields Park, Schofields. Contact Michael Toms on 0411 247 639 or [email protected]
Rouse Hill Rams CC MILO T20 Blast – Commencing Friday the 29th January 2016 at Russell Reserve, Rouse Hill. Contact Jeremy Jones on 0466 409 008 or [email protected]
Blacktown Mosaic MILO T20 Blast – Commencing Monday the 1st February 2016 at Joe McAleer Oval, Glendenning. Contact Nicholas Toscan on 0425 243 336 or [email protected]
All programs have a FREE ‘Come and Try’ on the first week of their program, however we strongly encourage you to register at www.playcricket.com.au/t20blast to guarantee your spot! All programs cost $99 for the duration of the program.
Australian T20 Captain Aaron Finch is excited that kids around Australia will have the chance to take part in MILO T20 Blast and continue their love of cricket.
“I love the fun and excitement of playing T20 and it’s great to see so many getting involved in this format. MILO T20 Blast gives girls and boys the chance to improve their cricketing skills, keep active, and have a lot of fun,” Finch said.
For more information please visit www.playcricket.com.au/t20blast