• A T20 blast hits Jindabyne

    Date: 2019.01.20 | Category: 南京夜网 | Tags:

    More than 150 Jindabyne school children enjoyed themselves at the Milo T20 Blast day held last week.JINDABYNE’S John Connors Oval played host to the Milo T20 Blast junior cricket last week.

    It was one of biggest days of cricket in years in Jindabyne with Cricket NSW and Cricket ACT showcasing the Milo T20 Blast junior form of the game to more than 150 local kids.

    The youngsters from 7-12 years-of-age had a blast with nine games running simultaneously in the T20 format, resulting in many children having a go and displaying great form.

    With music blaring it was not just spectacular catches that caught the attention of everyone involved but also stylish dance moves and plenty of handstands and cartwheels.

    This exciting form of the game has been developed to get everyone involved. Teams of eight rotate around the field allowing everyone to have a bowl. Batting pairs stay in for two overs regardless of getting out and rotate around constantly so everyone can have a hit.

    Jindabyne is looking to establish a “Blast Centre” in early February for eight weeks for any juniors that may be interested. Games are not longer than 90 minutes and the kids will learn some great skills including, teamwork, communications and sportsmanship.

    Any interested parents are welcome to contact Matt Lowe at the Jindabyne Cricket Club on 0404 010 008 for more details or information.