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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Master Blaster junior cricket at New Norfolk

MASTER Blaster is the second level of the new program for children of all abilities to learn the skills and play Australia’s favourite summer sport.

Glenora District School will host the first Junior Blast program in the Derwent Valley and the New Norfolk Cricket Club will conduct the first Master Blaster program.

Designed for boys and girls aged seven to 11 years, the eight-week Master Blaster program will he held on Thursday afternoons on the oval at Tynwald Park, New Norfolk, from October 25 until November 29. Every child gets a chance to bat, bowl and field. The cost is $60 per child and the sessions will run from 3.30-4.45pm.  Make new friends or organise a group to play together. All equipment is supplied.

To register and pay, go to, or for more information contact Seb Wishart on 0409 807 272.

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