Female cricket players in the Southern Highlands can learn from the best in a virtual Q&A experience as part of Cricket NSW's Country Blitz.
This Wednesday will see WBBL stars Sam Bates (Sydney Thunder) and Angela Reakes (Sydney Sixers) join thousands of young women around the country for the session.
The event is free and open to any girls between the ages of 12-18 who play or are interested in giving cricket a go.
The Country Blitz has been held annually for a few years now and usually takes place in person with the likes of Naomi Stalenberg and Jason Sangha visiting the Highlands in years past.
With COVID-19 restrictions still in place across most of the state, Cricket NSW has decided to move online in their push to grow female participation.
Female players can also turn their attention to preparing for the Tina Macpherson Cup.
Starting in November and ending in March, the Cup is a women's T20 competition held across the Southern Highlands.
Players of all abilities are welcome and need only be 12 years old to register.
The following clubs are set to take part in this season's competition with registration now open:
NSW Country Blitz
Date: Wednesday 15 September
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