Want to hear Steve Waugh’s talk?

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By Kersi Meher-Homji

The iconic Australian cricketer Steve Waugh has done more for the poor and diseased in Udayan, India, than any Indian cricketer. The Steve Waugh Foundation has raised funds and is raising funds for the daughters of leprosy sufferers in Udayan.

A gritty batsman and a brainy captain Steve scored 10,927 runs at an average of 51 in his illustrious career of 168 Tests. He hit 32 centuries, 50 fifties, took 92 wickets and 112 catches.

Most of you have seen him bat, but have you heard him speak? Or more than that, have you had an opportunity to talk with him?

So here is your chance.

On 18th November the Randwick Petersham Cricket Club is organising a day to remember at Doltone House, Hyde Park in the heart of Sydney from 12 to 4 pm. The Chief Guest is Steve Waugh.

The welcome speech will be given by former Test cricketer Mike Whitney. Apart from being a fast bowler, he is also known as a TV host of Sydney Weekender and Who Dares Wins.

Entertainment will be provided by comedian Vince Sorrenti. Graeme Hughes will be the Master of Ceremonies.

All these plus meal and beverages for $195 per person.

For further inquiries and booking please contact Chris Sullivan on  0451 039 594 or email: sullochris1@gmail.com

 

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