The perfect Christmas present for your cricket-loving kids!
If you're looking for a fun, yet functional Christmas present, which also gets your kids outdoors, look no further!
16-year-old Flynn Brien has launched his first business venture Bradboy, an innovative cricket training kit to help young aspirational cricketers build up their skills.
As the winner of the ‘Profit Entrepreneur Prize’ at the gen student innovation final, Flynn has created a fantastic train and play cricket kit, which you can test and play by yourself OR with your friends!
Flynn showing the Bradboy to young cricket players
Not only will this improve your batting and fielding skills, but the more you practice and persist, the more you’ll improve your hand-eye coordination, reflexes, concentration, ‘soft hands’ and feet movement, which are vital out in the middle.
What we love about the Bradboy Kit:
The kit is easily portable.
Players will improve their skills while having the option to play against themselves or friends in simulated cricket matches.
It encompasses the fundamentals of basic batting and fielding drills, increasing in difficulty as you improve, which develops hand-eye coordination, concentration and reflexes.
Players will also develop skills on 'soft hands', to hit the ball in the square and to move their feet towards the ball to get in the correct position.
Discover a day in the life of Guardian children by exploring your local Guardian Early Learning centre on Saturday, 23rd February. As part of the National Open Day, participating Queensland centres are inviting you and your family to visit and find out what makes learning at Guardian so special.