THE Bradman Winter Cricket Camp will again be held this year in Murwillumbah after the success of last year's event.
Last year's camp was the first ever conducted outside its home base in Bowral, and attracted 60 youngsters from all over northern NSW and South East Queensland.
The camp is unique in that it not only teaches techniques and skills of the game but also goes into its traditions, spirit, history and rules.
Highly qualified first-class coaches offer the latest teaching techniques in top facilities.
Level three coaches, who have worked with past and present first-class players, offer a great opportunity to talented boys and girls to keep pace with what is offered at major centres.
Girls are also offered the services of top-class coaches, and it is hoped that enough girls will attend to enable the clinic to run a total girls' group.
North Coast girls scooped the pool last year winning the regional and statewide schoolgirls' competitions.
Experienced NSW coach Amanda Owens will again attend the camp.
Michael Slater's former coach, Warren Smith, will again attend and will present a number of novel techniques.
There will be a speed gun to test bowling and throwing capabilities, along with additional bowling machines for the camp.
All players will have an opportunity to view their performances and techniques on video as well as have analysis sessions.
The camp will be held at Rabjones Oval, Murwillumbah from July 13 to 15 and bookings close on June 30.
For details contact 0403 685 154 or visit the website at www.bradman.com.au. A full wet weather back-up program will is prepared.