Terry Alderman and John Dyson will offer coaching to juniors in January

WILY VETERAN: Terry Alderman played for Australia throughout the 1970s and 80. Photo: Cricket Country
WILY VETERAN: Terry Alderman played for Australia throughout the 1970s and 80. Photo: Cricket Country

As part of a Shaun Brown coaching clinic, a pair of Aussie cricket veterans will swing through town next January to offer expertise to juniors aged 7-16 as part of a two day camp.

Terry Alderman and John Dyson represented Australia throughout the 1970s and 80s and will lead a junior clinic in Mudgee, giving training tips across different formats of cricket.

Not only will participants receive two days of hands-on mentoring from former professionals, they’ll be taken through a comprehensive program which features video analysis sessions and a written feedback report after the two days.

Shaun Brown has been a professional coach since 1987 and his programs are an excellent way for young cricketers to improve.

“They always provide an excellent learning experience,” Brown said.

“We cover 20/20, one day and tests formats.

“It’s fantastic to be able to involve former test stars in areas that normally don’t get that exposure.”

The camp will run on the 16th and 17th of January, starting at 9am and finishing at 3pm on each day.

For more information about the clinic please contact Brown on 0412 382 558 or visit www.cricketcoaching.com.au