Tavs Tas are proud to announce a strategic partnership with High Performance Cricket Tasmania.

 

 

Tavs Tas Chair, Robert Bilyk & HPCT Director, Mark Divin, activate our exciting inclusion cricket partnership

This exciting sponsorship agreement puts in place an effective and highly collaborative way forward to bring high performance values and programs to the inclusive cricket landscape. Mark Divin, Director of High Performance Cricket Tasmania, is passionate about cricket being a sport for all – whether participating for the social and fitness benefits, through to master class coaching to give the most competitive and emerging talent an edge to their game.

As a specialist business, HPCT has all you’ll ever need with experienced advice, quality coaching and huge range of cricket equipment and accessories all in the one purpose-built indoor facility at Kingston.

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Joining with Tavs Tas, the High Performance Cricket Tasmania partnership is an exciting activation and interaction between high performance methods and players currently involved within the Tavs Tas Inclusive Shield, Nth-Sth Challenge program. And more broadly, indoor cricket is an effective option to outdoor practice and game time. Thanks to HPCT, the Tavs Tas Inclusions Shield will be expanding it’s programs and will utilise the Centre to bring players together for participation and practice.

Another relevant aspect of high performance ideals, is its influence on player behaviour in relation to the Spirit of Cricket and the laws of fair play and personal integrity.

Recently, we sat down with Mark and shared a conversation on this very subject and reflected on how cricket often mimics life itself, with aspects of teamwork, purpose, endeavour all fundamental to positive personal and social outcomes. One example of this, is how Spirit of Cricket values and laws align with High Performance methods and objectives. Read the reflections and shared agreement from our conversation and why even Justin Langer would agree with our beliefs and determinations.

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