THE Cassowary Coast Smash is an initiative of the Cassowary Coast Cyclones to offer the opportunity to play T20 cricket on the Cassowary Coast during the best time of the year.
Games will be played on August 21 – 22 across the Cassowary Coast region, with matches expected to be in Innisfail, Tully, Kurrimine Beach, and Mission Beach.
This carnival caters for all levels of cricket, including A and B-Grade, as well as social grades.
Whether you are a club squad looking for a pre-season hit out, or a group of mates looking to catch up for a great weekend, the Cassowary Coast Smash provides a great opportunity to do so.
There are $5,000 worth of prizes and trophies up for grabs for the winners, which will be presented after the grand final in each division.
A-grade champions will receive a $2,500 cash prize and trophy, runners up $500 cash, whilst the B-grade and social champions will be awarded trophies.
Team nominations can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 0438 145 581.
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