The programme runs from 9am to 2pm on Monday and will run up until Thursday. It is free to attend and caters for children under 7, 9, 11 and 13.
Being a true equal sport, the programme is open to both boys and girls.
Cook Islands Cricket’s chief executive officer Alister Stevic says everything is free, including a free junior cricket bat for the kids to take home and a free lunch.
A free bus will also be making the rounds round Raro with
two island-wide trips a day to pick up and drop off the youngsters.
Stevic says everything is taken care of; however they do ask parents to try their best to send kids with their shoes.
“But it’s no biggie if they can’t manage it.”
So if you want to get the kids up and about and active in time for school next week, send them along to the Boomtown Junior Cricket programme this week.
For the free bus timetable check page three of today’s CI News.
For more information feel free to phone or text Stevic on 55740.