Local Collie primary schools and Collie Cricket Club juniors meet Warriors in T20 Blast Carnival
130 lucky year 6 students from Amaroo, Allanson, St Brigid's,
Wilson Park and Fairview Primary School's joined Collie Cricket
Club Juniors in Roche Park last Friday, to take part in the T20
Blast Carnival held by the Perdaman South West Cricket Academy and
Western Australian Cricket Association.
Warriors Joel Paris, Ryan Duffield and Matt Dixon joined the students on the day, alongside WACA Country Programs Manager, Tim Lees and Perdaman South West Cricket Academy High Performance Coach, Orazio Santalucia, and Perdaman Corporate Advisor and former test cricketer, Tom Moody.
The junior members of the Collie Cricket Club spent additional time with the Warriors in the afternoon, taking part in a specialised training session focusing on skills development. Perdaman Corporate Advisor and former Australian test cricketer, Tom Moody also provided the young cricketers with valuable advice on personal development and career focus.
Perdaman would like to thank the Collie Cricket Club, and all involved in making the day a success.
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Perdaman Industries and the WACA join hands for another two years
Perdaman is pleased to advise of the continuation of an
agreement with the WACA, which includes Perdaman's ongoing
partnership with the WACA as Major Sponsor, and Principal Sponsor
of the Perdaman South West Cricket Academy for a further two
In a recent media release issued by the Western Australian Cricket Association, Mr. Vikas Rambal, Chairman of Perdaman Industries says: 'We would like to convey our sincere congratulations and support to Christina Matthews.
Christina's appointment as WACA CEO in December 2011 has been met with overwhelming enthusiasm by the cricket community and Perdaman Industries is proud to continue our partnership with the WACA under the guidance and leadership of such an admirable, and experienced management team.
We look forward to a successful season.
Perdaman Industries become Principal Partner of Bollywood2012 Community Dance Workshops
Bollywood came to Bunbury on August 12 this year when the
Bunbury Multicultural Group and Alcoa of Australia, together with
the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre hosted
Bollywood2012, a cultural afternoon full of music and
Perdaman Industries is proud to be the Principal Partner of the Bollywood Community Workshops which were held in June, prior to the event. The workshops allowed local community choirs, musicians, dance schools and performers from the local Indian community to showcase their talent.
Groups and individuals participating in the workshops were given the opportunity to work alongside the PERthDESI dance troupe in a series of workshops to learn new skills and celebrate cultural diversity.
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Warriors join Collie kids at third Perdaman South West Cricket Academy School Cricket Clinic
The Collie Cricket Club played host to the third Perdaman South
West Cricket Academy Cricket Clinic at Roche Park on Friday
90 year 5 students from Allanson, Amaroo, St Brigid's and Wilson Park primary schools took part in the clinic led by WACA Country Programs Manager Tim Lees and South West Regional Cricket Officer Orazio Santalucia.
Retravision Warriors Ryan Duffield, Craig Simmons, Travis Birt, Adam Voges and Tom Beaton joined on the day, alongside former Test Cricketer and Perdaman Corporate Advisor Tom Moody.
The students enjoyed a day of friendly cricket, followed by a sausage sizzle lunch provided by the Collie Cricket Club.
Perdaman would like to thank all involved for making this day truly enjoyable.