Game on for young and old

Mildura Specialist School students Zane Osborne, 11, Kira Cooper, 13, Sienna Moore, 17, and Rivers Watson, 18, gear up for this week’s All Abilities Cricket Carnival at Mildura Senior College with SuniTAFE Certificate I in Work Education students Alex Wilson and Rebecca Burgess and Mallee Sports Assembly project officer Tanya Wild. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Specialist School students Zane Osborne, 11, Kira Cooper, 13, Sienna Moore, 17, and Rivers Watson, 18, gear up for this week’s All Abilities Cricket Carnival at Mildura Senior College with SuniTAFE Certificate I in Work Education students Alex Wilson and Rebecca Burgess and Mallee Sports Assembly project officer Tanya Wild. Picture: Louise Donges

A RECORD 140 players across 14 teams have nominated for this week’s Mildura All Abilities Cricket Carnival at Mildura Senior College.

The carnival hits off Thursday, running into Friday, with Mallee Sports Assembly project officer Tanya Wild delighted with the turnout.

“I’m very happy and ecstatic with our new numbers and teams that have come on board,” she said.

“It means word is getting out there about the carnival.”

While there are your winners and losers in the carnival, played in two divisions – school and senior – participation is the aim of the game.

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