On cricket's hallowed turf, the current stars of the game were teaching future all-stars.
Sydney Thunder players Matthew Gilkes and Naomi Stalenberg were in attendance and showing the Highland youths' new cricketing techniques at the All Abilities cricket Day.
Every year the Sydney Thunder hold an event for rural children and having already stopped off in Robertson, Berry and Nowra it was Bradman Oval's turn.
The Highlands District Cricket Association (HDCA) received a signed Thunder shirt from the players as a donation to Juniors.
Gilkes and Stalenberg highly enjoyed themselves as the Highlands produced some excellent, warm weather.
"This is a great event," Stalenberg said.
"It's great to see this being held for the kids. They're all really enjoying it and we're seeing some great sporting skills out there. It's an excellent thing to be a part of."
Playing sports can be a fundamental skill set that can also help you in life.- Naomi Stalenberg
"There looks like there's a few all stars in the making out there," Gilkes said.
"It's really great to see them all getting out and giving it a go and having some fun."
As much as the event was about having fun, it was also an excellent building block for the kids to learn about leading a happy life.
"We're here to ensure the kids have a great time and show them a bit of our cricketing skills," Stalenberg said.
"But hopefully we can also make an impact on their lives and show them that being happy and healthy is really important.
"Playing sports can be a fundamental skill set that can also help you in life.
"Watching them get around their friends and supporting one another is awesome to see. That's the main goal for us."
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