As part of the NSW Baggy Blues Tour, NSW players Ben Manenti, Mickey Edwards, Lachie Hearne, Nick Bertus and Ryan Hadley held a junior coaching clinic at Tony Luchetti Sportsground on Thursday afternoon followed by a T20 match with LDCA players.
The Baggy Blues provided pads and helmets for players to use and playing shirts and caps were given to keep.
Kits were also handed out to two lucky cricketers, Cody Johnson and Jai Osbourne.
Big Bash League Sydney Sixers bowlers Ben Manenti and Mickey Edwards said they loved coming on tour, meeting new people and sharing cricket knowledge.
"We've done a few trips around regional NSW, it's awesome, we get treated so well and it's so good to give back," Manenti said.
"I like to pretend I'm a bit of a country boy so I like to feel like I fit in, I love them [tours] they're really good," he said.
Edwards said it was always good to be able to help kids and pass on cricket knowledge.
"It's always good to help those away from where we live and help shape future generations and pass cricket knowledge on to people who will listen," he said.
"I love getting to meet people in rural NSW, it's a pleasure to be on these trips."
The players encouraged people to get involved in sport and enjoy it.
"Any sport is good for your mental health, it doesn't just have to be cricket, anything at all to get outside and spend time with friends, if you are playing cricket enjoy it, have fun, it's better than doing anything else on your Saturday mornings," Manenti said.
"Thanks for having us Lithgow."
The Baggy Blues also presented Lithgow District Association with two cricket bats signed by the NSW squad and two signed shirts.
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