MUSWELLBROOK’S Milo In2Cricket Program has wound up for 2012 with the children enjoying their last training session on Thursday afternoon at Victoria Park.
Apart from learning a variety of drills and taking part in mini games, the youngsters also met many new friends.
“The children’s basic cricket skills have come a long way since the program started in October,” Muswellbrook Junior Cricket Club vice president Michael Smith said.
“Their batting, bowling and fielding has improved immensely with them taking great pride in dismissing the coaches and a few parents in a friendly game.”
After the match, the kids enjoyed pizza and soft drinks with the coaches and parents.
A raffle was drawn with all new members of the Muswellbrook Junior Cricket Club going into the hat for a bat signed by the NSW Blues.
This item was kindly donated by Cricket NSW and was won by Cashlin Murray Mell, who plays for the Muswellbrook Curtis Gant and Irving team in the under 14’s competition.
The Milo In2Cricket program will restart on Thursday, February 7, at Victoria Park.
BOWLED OVER: Cashlin Murray Mell receives the raffle prize from Muswellbrook Junior Cricket Club committee member Sarah Jane Perry.
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