The iconic Bradman Oval saw the future of Australian cricket taught by the current great minds of the game.
The Steve Waugh Cricket clinic was held over three days and each day offered a full six hours of skills development, strategy and tactics discussions.
Nutrition advice and fitness development education was also shown and a full 20/20 match was held at the end of each day.
Simon Gould, business partner and coach for the Steve Waugh Cricket Clinics said the team always have a great time in Bowral.
“This is around our fourth year hosting a clinic here at Bradman Oval,” Mr Gould said.
“We host around three to four a year and some of the participants have been to every clinic we’ve had.
“Regional Cricket is very important to Steve (Waugh). He wants to get first class coaching into the regions.
“Our number one priority is for the kids to enjoy themselves.”
Simon has been coaching Sydney grade cricket for several years and is a fully accredited coach with Cricket Australia.
“The most important part to this clinic is getting the kids an opportunity to play on Bradman Oval,” Mr Gould said.
“It’s very rare for kids this age to have a chance to play where the great Don Bradman graced the field for many years.”
Member of the England Cricket Board Coaches Association, Greg Small was also on hand to give the Highland youth coaching advice.