A group of young cricketers from the Fire Brigade Cricket Club were luck enough to grace the hallowed turf of the MCG at the end of last year.January 16, 2013 4:04am
Kyabram Fire Brigade Cricket Clubâ€™s Milo cricketers who got to play at the MCG during the Boxing Day Test. Back (from left) Dylan McMeekin, Blake McMeekin, Zayden Wills, Cohan Hooper, Corey Carver. Front: Archer Guinan, Lachlan Carver, Ethan Ciavarella, Riley Todd, Josh Dunne, Bailey White.
A group of young cricketers from the Fire Brigade Cricket Club were lucky enough to grace the hallowed turf of the MCG at the end of last year.
This is the first year that Fire Brigade Cricket Club has undertaken Milo Cricket and the players were lucky enough to be selected to play during the lunch break at the Boxing Day Test between Australia and Sri Lanka.
The club had 25 children participate in Milo Cricket in 2012 is hoping to increase that number next year.
The club is hopeful the Milo Cricket will provide a pathway for young cricketers to progress to the junior ranks and then on to senior cricket at Fire Brigade.
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