There were plenty of skills, drills and smiles at Onslow Oval in Camden on Tuesday.
The Sydney Thunder Super Clinic rolled into town to help local children enhance their cricket skills.
More than 200 children took part in the clinic to learn from some of Australia’s best cricketers.
Sydney Thunder captain and Australian all-rounder Shane Watson attended the event to provide advice on batting and bowling.
He was accompanied by spin-bowler Arjun Nair and local Sydney Thunder women’s team players Hannah Trethewy and Hannah Darlington.
The players helped children to learn skills, from basic ball handling techniques through to batting and spin-bowling.
The cricketers also took the time to sign autographs and meet local fans.
The Sydney Thunder Super Clinic will travel across Sydney to visit different areas and help children learn new skills throughout the cricket season.