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The Rock-itt : March 2010
MANLY WARRINGAH DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB & WARRINGAH CRICKET CLUBS HOST KERALA VETERANS CRICKET ASSOCIATION (KVCA) AUSTRALIA TOUR 2010 Our guests from the south western province of India, Kerala, arrived in Australia on 20th February 2010. They will play 4 games of India's favourite version of our beautiful game, Twenty20, in three States until their departure on 3rd March. http://www.keralaveterans.com/index.html In Sydney they play Sydney Grade Club, Manly Warringah District Cricket Club at Manly Oval in a T20 game on Sunday 28th February and then play Manly's sub District (Shires) cousins, Warringah CC on the last day of the tour at Mike Pawley Oval in Curl Curl, on Sydney's beautiful Northern Beaches on Tuesday 2nd March. In the meantime they travel to Melbourne and play against Sub District Club, Croydon CC and also get to challenge Prospect District Cricket Club in Adelaide. The Kerala Team then head to New Zealand and finish their cricket in Singapore on the way home to India. We welcome them to our shores. The Hosting Clubs in Australia www.manlycricket.com Contact: Simon Lyon 0414 512 202 www.meningreen.com.au Contact: Simon Lyon 0414 512 202 http://croydon.cricketvictoria.com.au/clubprofile.html 51 Hewish Rd, Croydon VIC 3136, Australia http://www.prospectcricketclub.org.au/ We wish our friends from India a pleasant and successful tour of our country and every success in their ongoing Tour. MANLY WARRINGAH DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB HOSTS UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) CRICKET ACADEMY ON MONDAY 1st MARCH 2010 AT L M GRAHAM'S RESERVE Manly's young cricketers will play host to a Touring team from UAE (Dubai) in a 50 Overs match at Manly's No 2 Oval. For many of these young players it will be the first time that they have played against a team of non Anglo Saxon background and will be a massive experience for them and our visitors. As always with touring parties, gauging the strength of each side is difficult but the visitors are playing Sydney Cricket Club as well as Lindfield CC, Cricketers Club of NSW and North West Hurricanes. For the young players of the Northern Beaches it is a pleasure to offer them the opportunities to play diverse cricketers and to learn to play cricket in a more expansive way. Highlights from all these games will be featured in next month's Rock Itt magazine and we hope that our visitors will go home with a copy of our local Sports and Band productions so that we can expand the cricketing message throughout the Eastern Hemisphere. http://www.uaecricket.com/homepage.asp