Here at Flicx, we are getting an increasing number of clubs in Australia applying for grants towards 2G Flicx Pitches which they are getting in now, ahead of the new season. Flicx UK can support this process by providing an official quotation and downloadable PDF bespoke to the pitches application in Australian conditions.
With changes in junior formats, the growth in participation and increasing challenges of playing cricket in urban areas on shared facilities, the 2G Flicx Pitch is helping clubs and schools around Australia to improve their training and practice capacity. Ovals traditionally used for AFL matches can now host four cricket games all without damage to the surface underneath so there is no need for expensive drop in concrete wickets. Parks and open spaces can host games with minimal preparation and a portable, roll out wicket that is easy to install.
The grants available to clubs vary from state to state but any paperwork or documentation that we can provide to support your bid, do let us know
The kids absolutely loved playing on the 2G Flicx pitches with parents and families all wanting to take photos! If it wasn’t for the pitches our tour would not have been the success that it was and the team here at the Sixers will be utilising them further with our community events, clinics and for our Fan Day here at the SCG and throughout the season” Liz McPherson / Fan, Activation and Community Manager at Sydney Sixers
“Flicx Pitches could be the future of junior cricket. We can get a better critical mass of players using one oval. It’s better for parents, better for players, gives a greater atmosphere and a better use of facilities – that’s probably the most critical thing, getting better use out of the facilities but also giving the kids a better environment to play in.” – Mark Webber, Walkerville CC
“In the metropolitan areas of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, there are councils that find themselves under severe pressure in terms of facility utilisation. Portable pitches would allow for these grounds to not only be well used, but they could potentially also allow for junior cricket to be prioritised and allow for them to play on better quality grounds.” – Scott Tutton, Cricket Victoria’s Club and Competitions Manager
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