St George District Cricket Club players to lead Super Sports Camp at Miranda

Saints paceman Nathan Ellis. Picture: John Veage
Saints paceman Nathan Ellis. Picture: John Veage

St George first grade cricketers Andrew Walsh, Luke Bartier and Nathan Ellis will be inspiring junior cricketers from St George and the Sutherland Shire next week as they form the coaching panel for Super Sports Camps at the Sutherland Shire cricket camp at Seymour Shaw Park, Miranda.

“Our head coach Andrew Walsh has played first grade cricket and coached the St George Green Shield team for a couple of seasons now. He combines these duties with being head coach at our cricket camps as well as high school teaching”, Super Sports Camps coordinator Luke Reynolds said.

“Andrew is an excellent cricket coach and educator of young people combining his playing experience, technical knowledge and passion for helping young cricketers maximise their potential on and off the field.

“Nathan Ellis is a current member of the first grade team at St George and he has been recently rewarded for his consistently strong performances over the past couple of years with selection in the Sydney Sixers Academy.”

The three day cricket camp will be held at Seymour Shaw Park in Miranda from Monday to Wednesday from 9am to 3pm each day.

“Our team of accomplished and well-resourced coaches aim to deliver a cricket camp that provides an exciting educational experience for enthusiastic junior cricketers of all abilities aged 6-13 years in the school holidays that builds their self confidence”, Reynolds said.

“The cricket camp program is expertly designed and it covers batting, bowling and fielding technique plus all three cricket formats from test matches, one day and Twenty 20. As such, we guarantee every junior cricketer will improve their cricketing skills, make new friends, develop their teamwork abilities, keep fit and build their self confidence.”

The cricket camp provides daily prizes, awards and trophies to attendees.

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