November 2, 2011

2012 will see the 15th Golden Oldies World Cricket Festival held in Adelaide South Australia, home of the famous and iconic Adelaide Oval, and where the great Sir Donald Bradman played much of his first class cricket.
Set beside the River Torrens and buzzing with life, Adelaide is a capital city that is clever, cultured and cool.

What better place to extend another week of "Fun, Friendship and Fraternity". Adelaide has a proud history in Cricket, so "Don" the whites and we'll see you in Adelaide in 2012 for yet another fantastic Golden Oldies World Cricket Festival.

The format for the weeks Festivities will be as follows:

Day 1 - Opening Ceremony and Welcome Party

Day 2 - 1st Day of Games

Day 3 - Picnic Day

Day 4 - 2nd Day of Games

Day 5 - Free day to explore Adelaide

Day 6 - 3rd Day of Games

Day 7 - Grand Finale Dinner and Air New Zealand Awards Ceremony

To learn more about Golden Oldies contact Cricket Canada Vice President Cliff Cox