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Wolston Park Cricket Club bat their first 6 for March 

Guy Hazlewood    March 19, 2024    2 min read   

Wolston Park Cricket Club was pleased to meet with Nathan Spencer and Matthew Willans from Queensland Cricket to discuss how the club progressed with KPIs set for the year.

The WPC Executive Committee took this opportunity to discuss the club’s vision to improve the number of kids playing cricket.

WPC Cricket Operations Manager, Dush Devendra, walked through the strategies the club will start to embed within and promote cricket within the community.

WPC Cricket President, Damitha Bogahawatta, raised the importance of making playing cricket affordable to our community and discussed how this can be achieved especially for families having financial hardships. 

Damitha is excited to be working alongside Cricket Australia to start offering discounted cricket programs in local schools.

“I’m excited that in our chat with Cricket Australia we could come up with ways of encouraging adults and children to take part in our programs, despite the cost of living rising,” Damitha said.

“It has been brought to our attention that families are not enrolling their children due to financial pressures at home. 

“I encourage parents to talk to our club to discuss how we can work together to create a community environment and have fun playing cricket.”

Parents who would like to play or have a child that is wanting to play are encouraged to email WPC Secretary, Nayda Hernandez at secretary@wpccricket.com.com.au. 

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