Mark Ryan – Blind Cricket
Mark Ryan tests his skills at Blind Cricket during his visit to Caboolture Sports Cricket Club’s ‘Come and Try Day’ on Sunday 8 April. Mark cracked a smile when he scattered the Blind Bats fielders with a solid hit of the odd looking cricket ball.
Photo by Natasha Bowman
Queensland Police Minister, Hon Mark Ryan MP scatters Blind Bats down Lindsay Road last Sunday.
Our aim is to provide our members the opportunity to participate in programs designed to enhance opportunities for a more active and inclusive lifestyle.
We are working closely with local community groups, sporting clubs / associations and various Government and Non-Government Organizations to develop programs that help deliver our aim.
More information about activities can be found within our ACTIVITIES page, see the menu above. Proposed events can be found within our EVENTS page / calendar, see the menu above.
We would be very pleased if you could pass this information to family, friends and of course, any vision impaired people you might know in your community.
If you wish to help out a little, you are also very welcome to become a member. To join and help us make a difference
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