City To Teach Residents How To Play Cricket
World famous game is mystery to many in America.
The City of Santa Clarita is offering a two day Cricket Camp to all residents with a desire to learn this world renowned game that has been played for hundreds of years, in over a hundred countries throughout the world.
Those who enroll will have the opportunity to absorb the rules, vocabulary and most importantly the flow of playing the game. One-on-one coaching will also be provided at the Cricket Camp where bench warming is not permitted.
This Camp will be held at Santa Clarita’s Central Park with two sessions being offered. The first is available for residents aged 16 years or older and is offered on Saturday and Sunday August 9-10 from 8 a.m. to noon.
The second session will be available the following weekend on Saturday and Sunday August 16-17 also from 8 a.m. to noon for ages 8-15.
Pre-registration is required for attending the Camp.
Cricket Camp offers opportunity to meet new people, get exercise and learn the fundamentals of this world famous game.
Cricket is a bat and ball game played by two teams on an oval field.
The Cricket Camp will be held on the Multi Purpose Field at Central Park and there is an $80 fee for this Camp.
Central Park is located at 27250 Bouquet Canyon Rd. For more information about the Camp or how to register, please visit www.santa-clarita.com/cityhall/parks/seasons or call the Central Park Sports Office at (661) 290-2240.