The Cricket NSW Foundation is holding a two Indigenous Pathway Programs
- Warners Bay, Newcastle – March 29th
- Sydney – April 3rd
The free programs are open all youngsters aged 13 -18 from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
It is a wonderful opportunity for teenagers to come together for a day of rich cricket and cultural experiences.
Piper Hooke, who represented NSW at the recent National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs will be in Warners Bay to coach and mentor together with other special guests and experienced coaches.
In Sydney, Hannah Darlington, an Indigenous cricketer from the NSW breakers will be on hand to coach and mentor, together with Andrew Gordon who represented NSW in the Imparja cup for over a decade. There will be other very special guests and plenty of Cricket NSW staff assisting as well.
Lunch will be provided for all participants.
The Indigenous Pathway Program caters for all teenagers, whether they already play cricket, have never picked up a bat and everyone in between!
Below are flyers with links to register. If transportation to the program is difficult, the Cricket NSW Foundation can look to assist participants getting to and from Feighan Park in Warners Bay and Cricket Central in Silverwater.
This is an ABC story about the Indigenous Pathway Program that was held in Orange last month which was incredible. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-02-13/indigenous-cricketers-visit-orange-to-inspire-next-generation/101956794