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Who we help

During the current financial year ended 30 June 2010, Lord's Taverners WA contributed in excess of $65,000 to the following projects in Western Australia which give the young and disadvantaged a sporting chance:

REGIONAL WINTER COACHING PROGRAMS ($13,500)
Funding cricket coaching programs in regional centres of WA which provide talented young country cricketers with an opportunity to develop their skills and gain recognition at WACA level.

INTER-REGIONAL ZONE CARNIVAL ($10,000)
Funding an annual cricket carnival in the Perth Metropolitan Area for talented under 16 country cricketers seeking an opportunity to break into the WACA's Emerging Warriors Pathway.

AUSRAPID ($8,500)
Partial funding of the cost of sending a team of Western Australians to participate in the Annual National Indoor Cricket Carnival for cricketers with an intellectual disability.

The costs associated with holding an International outdoor series for teams representing Australia, England and South Africa held in Melbourne in December, 2009.

IMPARJA CUP ($8,000)
Assistance in meeting travel, accommodation and coaching costs associated with sending a team of Western Australian indigenous cricketers to the Annual Imparja Cup Carnival held in Alice Springs. The WA team, coached by former Australian Test Player, Bruce Yardley, was undefeated at the 2010 Carnival!

FAIRBRIDGE VILLAGE ($6,200)
A contribution towards the upgrade of Lord's Taverners Oval within the Fairbridge complex at Pinjarra. The Oval is used to provide underprivileged youth with the opportunity to develop cricketing skills.

INDIGENOUS YOUTH CAMP ($5,000)
Sponsorship of this intensive coaching camp held at Fairbridge Village each January for up to 20 young and talented indigenous cricketers.

KIMBERLEY JUNIOR COACHING PROGRAMS ($5,000)
Covering the travel and accommodation costs of WACA accredited coaches who visit towns in the Kimberley region each year to coach and promote cricket to indigenous and other young people living in those districts.

SOUTH WEST CRICKET ASSOCIATION INDIGENOUS PROGRAMS ($5,000)
Funding for the purchase of equipment and establishment of coaching programs for young indigenous cricketers in Bunbury and surrounding regions.

JUNIOR TAVERNER OF THE YEAR AWARDS ($2,000)
Annual award to two young cricketers, one male and one female, whom, it is anticipated, have the ability to develop into State Cricketers. These awards are co-sponsored by Slater Gartrell Sports.

SPIRIT OF CRICKET AWARDS ($1,500)
Annual team trophies which reward fair play, good sportsmanship and respect for umpires in city and country cricket competitions.

BLIND CRICKET ($1,000)
A contribution towards Lord's Taverners Australia's national sponsorship of Blind Cricket Australia, who hosted a Trans Tasman series against New Zealand in January, 2010.