Busselton is set to welcome cricket royalty later this month, with former Australian cricketers Brad Hogg, Terry Alderman and Jo Angel headlining a two-day cricket camp.
Hogg, who wore the baggy green in seven tests and played in two World Cup winning teams, and Ashes hero Alderman will be joined by one of Australia's tallest fast bowlers in Angel, who amassed 485 First Class wickets.
The camp, hosted by Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching, has been running for more than three decades and allowed thousands of talented young cricketers to improve their skills.
Mr Brown, who has been a professional cricket coach since 1987, said the regional clinics covered all facets of cricket, including 20/20, One Day and Test formats.
"The cricket clinics provide an excellent learning experience for enthusiastic cricketers between the ages of 7 to 16," he said.
"[The clinics are] aimed at improving participant's skills, knowledge and enjoyment of the game.
"It's fantastic to be able to involve former test stars in areas that normally don't get that exposure."
The clinic also features the use of video analysis, a comprehensive program and written reports for all attendees and will be held on Wednesday, January 29, and Thursday, January 30, from 9am to 3pm.
The venue is yet to be announced.
For more information, contact Mr Brown on 0412 382 558 or visit www.cricketcoaching.com.au