The ACT Festival of Cricket at Manuka Oval promises spectators a December full of top-notch fixtures! And when high quality games combine with a celebration of cricket just 1 ½ hours from The International Cricket Hall of Fame, it’s only natural that we will be there!
The International Cricket Hall of Fame is thrilled to announce that our marquee will be at Manuka Oval for the duration of the festival. Not only will it be a great meeting place for fans but it will also be the only place to receive an exclusive admission offer to one of the best sports museums in Australia. Visitors to the marquee can purchase an adult admission to The International Cricket Hall of Fame and get the second 50% off.
The marquee will also have the very best in Bradman merchandise as well as information on upcoming cricket fixtures on the historic Bradman Oval.
It’s a match made in heaven: the International Cricket Hall of Fame and the ACT Festival of Cricket. And then there’s the cricket!
- The Ryobi One-Day Cup, RTA Speedblitz Blues v PKF Tasmanian Tigers on Sunday December 4
- The Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield, RTA Speedblitz Blues v PKF Tasmanian Tigers from Tuesday December 6 to Friday December 9
- The CA Chairman’s XI v India from Sunday December 18 to Wednesday December 21 – the only official warm up match for the Indian visitors prior to the iconic MCG Boxing Day Test!
The Festival of Cricket promises to be a fantastic addition to the ACT sporting calendar with Australian stars of the game including David Warner, Phil Hughes, Phil Jacques, George Bailey and Jason Krejza all playing. The Indian team is likely to feature big names including Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman, MS Dhoni and Harbajhan Singh!
For those travelling on the Hume Highway this cricket season, the International Cricket Hall of Fame is an ideal place to break up the trip. Open every day of the week from 10am to 5pm, The International Cricket Hall of Fame tells the story of cricket through touch-screen technology, huge interactive video-screens, sound archives, rare film footage and unique historical pieces.
Located on Bradman Oval, in the heart of Bowral, the very oval Sir Donald Bradman honed the skills that made him the greatest batsman the game has ever seen, visitors can have a hit in the nets or take the Bradman Walk.