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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : December 10th 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, December 11, 2008 13 NEWS Pup back at Pratten Michael Clarke returns to Pratten Park this week. AUSTRALIA vice-captain Michael Clarke will return to where his remarkable cricketing journey first be- gan, the Western Suburbs Cricket Club, as part of Milo's Long Live Club Cricket program. Following his impressive form in the recent Test series against New Zealand, Clarke will return to Pratten Park, Ashfield, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm this Friday. The Milo Long Live Club Cricket initiative sees all Australia and state crick- eters return to their grade clubs. Clarke first played for Wests in the under-13s and graduated through junior and senior grades before carving a reputation with NSW and Australia as one of the game's most exciting players. Western Suburbs Cricket Club secretary Ian Willis encourages families and children to get down to Pratten Park on Friday evening and give cricket a try. ''We will have a heap of Milo in2cricket games and activities set up for the kids to join in with and Michael will be on hand to provide some advice to the young- sters,'' Willis said. ''We're encouraging all kids and families who are interested in cricket to come down, have some fun and give it a go.'' There will be a barbecue from 5.30pm and the Milo van will provide samples, prizes and giveaways. Milo spokeswoman Kate Brian said the Milo Long Live Club Cricket Day was another example of Milo's involvement in cricket and the local community. ''Michael is a graduate of the Milo cricketing program and we're excited to be involved in another initiat- ive that recognises and cel- ebrates the role that grade and premier clubs play in both the community and the development of future gen- erations of Australian crick- eters,'' Ms Brian said. AUSTRALIA'S INNOVATIVE UNIVERSITY CRICOS Provider Code 00002J BECOME A LICENSED CONVEYANCER Macquarie University's Division of Law offers a course in the law that underpins the practice of conveyancing. The course fulfils the educational requirements needed to gain a licence as a conveyancer, once relevant practical experience has been gained. Offered by distance education it may be completed in two years. Applications for first semester 2009 are open now and close on 23 January 2009 For further information Louise Debenham Tel 02 9850 6829 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.coe.mq.edu.au/convey1.html Men Call - 1800 113 868 WANT LONGER LASTING SEX? www.amiaustralia.com.au Advanced Medical Institute AMI Group: Australia • New Zealand • China • Indonesia DO YOU SUFFER FROM: Call the Doctors at AMI to see how you could improve your Sex Life NASAL DELIVERY TECHNOLOGY Could get you Performing at your PEAK! Toll Free 7 Days a Week Women Call - 1800 20 50 80 Call NOW! • Premature Ejaculation • Problems gaining an Erection CALL NOW FOR A FREE CONSULTATION OVER THE PHONE WITH THE DOCTOR
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