This invitation for primary school aged children with Down syndrome to participate in the Dream Cricket Day is just in - you need to respond quickly - applications close on Friday 8th October:
NSW and ACT students with disabilities are being offered an opportunity many other junior cricketers only dream about: the chance to play in a match on Bradman Oval.
Dream Cricket Day, on Friday 29th October, gives primary school students the chance to share in an exciting game of cricket and visit the Bradman Museum, with the underlying aim to promote the health and wellbeing of these students.
The Hon. John Howard, Patron of the Dream Cricket Day, encourages all school principals to send students to support this outstanding initiative, which will provide a model for schools and communities to follow by arranging similar activities in the future.
The Dream Cricket Day is an initiative of The Movement Disorder Foundation conducted by The Rotary Clubs of Berrima, Bowral-Mittagong and Moss Vale with the support from the Bradman Foundation, the Cerebral Foundation, Northcott Disability Services and many generous sponsors.
Nominations for participants are open until Friday 8 October. For more information and a registration form email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ken Adams on 0407 653 175 or Brian Pattinson on 0409 828 030.