ANZ helping local cricketers

ANZ is giving keen cricketers from Franklin and North Waikato a helping hand to get on top of their game this summer.
Whether it’s with new team uniforms or replacing tired gear, giving the pitch and clubrooms a makeover, or the chance for a one-on-one coaching session with a BLACKCAPS or WHITE FERNS player, ANZ is supporting cricket at every level this summer, with their ‘Get on top of your game’ programme.
The programme is open to all schools, cricket clubs, social teams, players and fans in New Zealand.
ANZ Head of Sponsorship Sue McGregor, said ANZ is proud to support cricket at all levels—from national teams on the international stage, or the next generation of cricketers battling it out at the local grounds every Saturday.
“We want to give players and fans the support they need. Whether that’s with a new set of cricket gear, something for the club that will make a difference, or making it possible to meet one of their heroes for some inspiration or motivation. We know sometimes all you need is just that little bit of extra help to achieve, so we are committed to helping as many cricket fans as we can,” Sue said.
People can apply for something big or small, that will benefit the community or just your family. For more details and to apply, go to anzcricketworld.co.nz
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