Bradman Foundation patron John Howard with Sebastian Mackintosh at a previous DreamCricket Festival at Bradman Oval. Photo supplied
THE Bradman Foundation will host a support program for young cricketers living with a disability.
In November and December, weekly cricket clinics will be conducted for children living with a disability at Bradman Oval.
The program will be launched at the annual DreamCricket Festival.
The festival will be held at Bradman Oval on October 30 from 10am to 2.30pm.
The event will attract more than 140 children from around the Highlands.
DreamCricket was initiated by the Movement Disorder Foundation in conjunction with the Rotary Club of the Southern Highlands and the Bradman Foundation.
Eighty-five primary school aged students are registered to play DreamCricket on October 30.
A Milo In2Cricket program for more than 80 secondary school aged students on the day.
The event will be run by the Bradman Foundation in conjunction with Rotary and Cricket NSW.
Following the festival, weekly cricket clinics will be conducted at Bradman Oval for children living with a disability.
The clinics will be held on Wednesday afternoons during November and December.
Bradman Foundation executive officer Rina Hore said the sessions would be about more than playing a game of cricket.
“We are a registered centre for kids with a disability,” she said.
“The clinics will be about learning skills, having fun and developing co-ordination.
“We will have activities each week, rain, hail or shine.”
For more information, call the Bradman Centre on 4862 1247.
ABOVE: Bradman Foundation patron John Howard with a young cricketer at a DreamCricket Festival at Bradman Oval. Photo supplied
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