Join the party to celebrate Sir Donald Bradmans Birthday on Saturday August 27 and get your pre-season cricket hit! To celebrate what would have been the Don’s 103rd Birthday, The International Cricket Hall of Fame is throwing a party and it’s one you don’t want to miss! As well as a great program of events, the Hall of Fame is offering discounted entry all day.
- A special buy one adult full price admission and get a 50% discount on the second adult admission
- $15 Kids Deal (ages 5-15) which includes: all day entry to The International Cricket Hall of Fame; a commemorative signature mini-bat and a cricket skills refresher with the Sydney 6ers (bookings essential)
- Seniors continue to receive over 30% discount on the price of admission
- Children’s admission to the mueseum is $ 8 (excludes skills refresher and mini-bat)
- As a benefit of membership, members and Crest Holders receive complimentary admission on the day
Special guests include former Australian player Stuart Clark who will be bringing Sydney 6ers players Ben Rohrer and Peter Nevill to the party.
“The 6ers are using the occasion to meet and greet their fans and, very much in the spirit of Sir Donald, they will share some of their skills and knowledge with young players” said Bradman Foundation Executive Director Rina Hore.
The 6ers will host a cricket skills refresher for junior players on Bradman Oval at 1pm, a photo & autograph session and a Q&A session all about the new KFC T20 Big Bash League. It is a great opportunity to find out about membership packages for the Sydney 6ers ‘Fanily’ so that you can plug straight into this summer’s exciting development in Australian cricket.
Also within the museum, legendary Australian Caricaturist Tony Rafty will be unveiling his exclusive Cricket Caricatures exhibition at 3pm in the Main Hall and also take part in a Cricket Conversation with Mike Coward.
The day will also feature a world first Fantasy Cricket Match to be held in the theatre. Fantasy Cricket author Norman Mjadwesch will be on hand to teach players and lead a Test Match from 11am.
Also fitting right into the occasion, the Highlands District Cricket Association Clubs will be on site to sign up players for the 2011/2012 season. Registration will commence at 1pm in the Pavilion Courtyard.
Finally, Bradman Foundation Executive Director Rina Hore will be launching the new Crest Membership Program at 3:30pm in the Main Hall, which is a great opportunity for everyone to be part of the Bradman legacy.