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The Cricket Clinic is full and we are no longer accepting applications.
To celebrate our ‘Summer of Cricket’, Akuna Vista is holding a FREE Cricket Clinic for your kids on Sunday 20th January. With special guest players demonstrating their skills alongside professional coaches, it’s the perfect school holiday activity for boys and girls from age 5 to 15 years old.
The three hour morning clinic includes:
Only 200 places are available - don't let your child miss out!
Please note event Terms and Conditions.
Akuna Vista is Schofields’ newest master-planned community, where your family can grow and play. This inspiring neighbourhood is the location of the region’s proposed new sporting hub featuring two multipurpose playing fields, netball and tennis courts, and a club house.
Born in Blacktown and raised in Western Sydney, Gurinder is an Australian cricketer of Indian descent who currently plays for Tasmania in test cricket and the Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League. He has previously also played in the Indian Premier League as an overseas player with the Delhi Daredevils. Sandhu has represented Australia twice in one-day internationals, his last appearance coming against England in January, 2015.
Born in Canberra but raised in Western Sydney, Arjun is an Australian cricketer of Indian descent who currently plays for the Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League. He is an all-rounder who is viewed as a very promising up and comer. He went to school at Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown and grew up with Gurinder Sandhu, who is like an older brother to him.
Run by former Australian all-rounder Jason Krejza, Elite Cricket's philosophy revolves around guiding each player in the right direction while giving hints along the way to help players develop a technique that is efficient, successful and ultimately their own.
Jason Krejza is an off-spinning all-rounder who represented Australia in both Test Match and One Day International cricket. He famously debuted in the 2008 Test Series in India taking 12 wickets, including 8 wickets in the first innings alone – gaining entry into the record books. Since retiring due to injuries, Jason and his team of coaches are passionate about teaching the next generation of Australian Cricketers.