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Queensland Cricket is bringing coaching to the community

EYE ON THE BALL: Help kids like Liam Telfer improve their skills by learning from the best at Queensland Cricket.
EYE ON THE BALL: Help kids like Liam Telfer improve their skills by learning from the best at Queensland Cricket. Liana Turner

ALWAYS wanted to help local kids improve their cricket skills and formalise your own coaching skills?

Now you have the chance to do exactly that.

The Queensland Cricket Community Coaching Course is coming to town on Sunday, October 15.

In the past participants had to travel to Toowoomba and pay a $120 registration fee, this year the coaching course will be held in Stanthorpe.

On top of this, Cricket Australia has waived the fee for all participants so nothing stands between you and the coaching session.

They will serve as the perfect opportunity to formalise your coaching skills.

The course is open to coaches, parents and interested community members.

Stanthorpe Junior Cricket would like to encourage players over the age of 16 to gain their accreditation.

The coaching course will be held from 9am until 3pm at CF White Oval, McGlew St, Stanthorpe.

Register at www.community.cricket. com.au/coach/courses.

You will be required to complete the Introduction to Cricket Online Course prior to registering.

For details contact Anna Paton on 0419725834 or email anna.paton@

qldcricket.com.au.

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