Cricket Activities for Kids - the South

South Australia (SA)

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Cricket Activities for Kids around the South

Stay Active Childrens Sports Programs
Stay Active delivers a range of physical activity and sports programs to primary school aged children. All programs are designed to focus on four key areas; physical, mechanical, psychological and social, and assist children to meet the National Physical Activity Recommendations, laying the foundation for a healthy and active life. We work in an early intervention and prevention model by encouraging children to develop a passion for physical activity from a young age, enabling a smooth transition ...
South Australian Blind Cricket Club Inc.
South Australian Blind Cricket club is a non for profit organisation that aims to provide sporting opportunities for children who are blind or vision impaired of all ages to participate in a unique and fun sport. We have players from all age groups with a vast array of experiences. South Australian Blind Cricket has professional coaching at its disposal and can teach you the game. Our sport is played in the summer months October - March each year. We participate in several formats including ...
Times: 11am - 1pm 1pm - 3pm 3pm - 5pm Children choose up to three sports to play during the first 1 & a 1/2 hours (either cricket, soccer, netball or dodgeball) which are fully supervised by us with all equipment supplied. The last ½ hour is for BYO food and & drinks with a pie warmer and microwave available for use as well as cake storage (fridge or freezer) Cost: $8 per child (minimum 12 children or minimum payment of $96) plus $30 per supervisor (1 per 18 kids) Times: 9:30am - 3pm (full day ...
Scotch College Old Collegians Association
The role of the Scotch College Old Collegians' Association is to promote and continue unity and friendship among the members of the Association and the Scotch College community. Services provided by the association include scholarships and support for various sporting clubs. A host of special events are held regularly including the Annual City Dinner, reunions, community dinners and the biannual Back to the Blue and Gold ball.
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