Roll up time for clubs

CRICKET season is just two months away and local Tweed clubs are already preparing for a busy season both on the field and off.

Of the five Tweed District clubs two are already looking for members for the new season and are busy on the recruitment drive.

The Bilambil-based Terranora Lakes Cricket Club will hold a sign-on and barbecue at Bunnings South Tweed heads on Saturday from 9am until 2pm.

The event will be for seniors and juniors with all youngsters signing on getting a free sausage sandwich.

Meanwhile the Cudgen cricket club, which is based at Reg Dalton Oval, in Wommin Bay Road Kingscliff, is also looking for players for the new season.

All new and old players are welcome.

Interested athletes should contact either president Gerry Keyte on 0412745922 or club secretary Douglas Selems on 0422444729 for more information.

Both club's play in competitions from the first grade which will play in the newly established Super competition against sides from Ballina, Casino and Lismore right through to the under-16, under-14s, under-12s and beginners.



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