- Cricket: Sporting Schools Opportunity TERM 1 2023
THE CRICKET HUB –
A SPORTING SCHOOLS REGISTERED PROVIDER
“TERM 4 IS PERFECT FOR YOUR 2023 TERM 1 SPORTING SCHOOLS DELIVERY”
The Cricket Hub Tasmania is a registered provider of the Sporting Schools program through the state’s governing body Cricket Tasmania and Cricket Australia. This $400 million Australian Government initiative enables schools to undertake a cricket program from us with the backing of the Sporting Schools funding.
With this funding we can host your school at our purpose-built facility, or our coaching team can travel to you to run a cricket program focusing on developing your student’s catching, throwing, hitting and general fundamental motor skills. Our program is a fantastic chance for schools in our area as it gives children the confidence in their skills to one day participate in a sporting club outside of school. Furthermore, the skills developed through cricket are transferable to other sports and activities.WHY THE CRICKET HUB MAKES SENSE FOR YOUR SCHOOL
- We employ full time qualified coaches (male and female). This means we can deliver a reliable and quality program for your school all year round.
- Our coaches have professional international experience.
- We have all of our own equipment
BONUS SESSION - As an added bonus, primary schools who hold a school-based session will receive a FREE 90-minute session at The Cricket Hub Tasmania centre, including two coaches and equipment – @ $330 value.
WE CAN HELP YOU CONNECT WITH LOCAL COMMUNITY SPORTING CLUBS
IN TERMS 3 & 4 THIS YEAR WE HAVE ALREADY DELIVERED PROGRAMS FOR:
Collinsvale PS, Cambridge PS, Channel Christian School, Bowen Road Primary School, Triabunna District School.
“The team from The Cricket Hub made the whole experience easy and the kids absolutely loved it” - Collinsvale Primary School
“Our students have loved going to The Cricket Hub and using their great facilities for our 1st XI cricket team as well as other school sports.” - The Hutchins School
Mark Divin - The Cricket Hub Tasmania