Another a great camp program with JL!

In Latest News by Kyle Chandler

The Justin Langer Cricket Camp is a marquee occasion each year as hundreds of eager participants converge on Hale School, Wembley Downs to learn from and work with the great Justin Langer. The resume of ‘JL’ needs little introduction as he is revered as one of the finest opening batsmen to have ever graced the game, let alone these shores.

Justin’s dedication to his camp program delivers a magnificent camp program every year. Our 225 participants this year were treated to daily coaching from talented players and worked with a panel of magnificent past and present star players.
Alongside Justin this year our participants enjoyed meeting and learning from players such as Terry Alderman, Tom Hogan, Kim Hughes, Adam Voges, Geoff Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, Sam Whiteman, Andrew Tye, Joel Paris, Simon Mackin, Ken Lilly and Josh Nicholas.
These players draw from extensive elite-level experience. Their records include: 312 Tests, 384 ODI’s, 12 T20 Internationals, 26189 runs for the Green and Gold including 52 tons, 379 wickets and 18 five wicket bags. At State/County level our group has under their belts: 2912 matches, 110979 runs including 221 hundreds, 2084 wickets with 74 hauls of five or more.
Our participants took advantage of this wealth of knowledge and worked hard on their skills while having a lot of fun. Although over the years we have seen much talent take part in our camps on their way to the top of their respective sports, Australian Sports Camps has always enjoyed providing opportunities for all players to have fun and create life-long habits of participation in sport!
Here are a couple of short clips of our participants at work! Some excellent shots and great line-and-length bowling was on display!
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