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Batters Cricket Club

Swing for the Fences at Sydney’s New Cricket-Themed Bar and Grill

A unique cricket-themed bar is coming to Sydney’s World Square, where punters can enjoy beers, bbq and a bat with mates. Equipped with a high tech bowling simulator, Batters Cricket Club lets customers challenge their friends and family to an AI-powered cricket contest.

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Batters Cricket Club

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Opening Date: 29-Jan-2022
Venue: World Square, 644 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000
Ticket Prices: AU$15.00

All cricket fans have imagined themselves at the crease of the SCG, hitting a six into stands. Well, now participants can turn their dream into virtual reality and test out their skills against the best. Unlike backyard cricket, customers can swing for the fences against their exciting cricket simulator and tally up a total Don Bradman would be proud of.

Designed to be a social hub, Batters Cricket Club promises plenty of banter, beats and Aussie inspired BBQ. If you have a passion for backyard cricket, Batters Cricket Club may be the perfect venue for your next match. Opening on January 29 2022, Batters Cricket Club is taking bookings now with tickets starting at AU$15.

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Batters Cricket Club

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