Qld cricket stars coming to Ipswich

QUEENSLAND Cricket and Brisbane Heat will host a come and try cricket session on Friday.

The Brisbane Heat Inflatables will be set up at Limestone Park with a fastest bowler competition as well as other giveaways.

Players from the Brisbane Heat will also be in attendance.

If you were thinking of giving cricket a try this summer head down to Limestone Park from 5pm-7pm to check out the action.

CYMS swimming sign-on

THE CYMS-St Edmunds Swimming Club invites all children aged 4-10 to participate in the 2018 Junior Dolphins carnival and sign-on day.

The day is about fun and participation with all kids receiving a certificate and a participation ribbon. This is a great way to see what a swim club is all about and maybe sign up for a season of swimming.

The sign-on is on Sunday, October 14 at St Edmund's pool (5 Arthur Street, Woodend).

Registration starts at 9am with the fun from 10am to noon.

Thunder come and try cricket

MARBURG-Mt Crosby Thunder will be holding two free come and try cricket sessions.

If you have a child who is wanting to give cricket a try but you're not sure which program to sign them up for bring them along. There will be coaches on hand to let you know the best program for your child's level of skill.

The come and try days are on Thursday, September 13 and 20, form 4pm-5.30pm at Tivoli Sports Complex (Church St, Tivoli).

For more information, email Dorothy at thunder_cricket_blast@outlook.com

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