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DRYSDALE Cricket Club commenced its Mighty Hawks starter junior cricket program in November.
Up to 30 young enthusiastic cricketers – boys and girls aged between five and nine – took part in the club’s first session on 13 November.
All sessions will take place on Friday nights from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at Drysdale Recreation Reserve.
“There was a great turnout, there were many cars in the car park,” Drysdale Cricket Club junior co-ordinator Maxine Moriarty said.
The Mighty Hawks starter junior cricket program will run every Friday until 11 December, before the program takes a break over the Christmas and New Year period.
The junior cricket program will recommence on Friday 29 January.

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