THE Bendigo District Cricket Association's most talented young players have been invited to Cricket Victoria's Diamonds in the Bush program.
Sandhurst spinner Liam Bowe, Bendigo all-rounder Nathan Fitzpatrick and White Hills duo Rhys Irwin and Brayden Stepien will attend the under-23 camp in Bendigo on Friday.
An under-17 training day will be held in Shepparton on Thursday where Bendigo United's Jack Bouwmeester, Strathfieldsaye's Xavier Crone, Strathdale-Maristians' duo Jack Neylon and Jackson Guan, Bendigo duo James Ryan and Xavier Ryan and Huntly-North Epsom's Ryan Hartley have been invited to participate.
The two training days will be run by Victorian bowling coach Mick Lewis and Victorian Bushrangers squad members Ryan Sidebottom and Jon Holland.
The Diamonds in the Bush program is designed to give talented regional cricketers access to the best coaching in the state.
It also gives Cricket Victoria the opportunity to identify players with the potential to go on to Premier Cricket and possibly first-class cricket.
Friday's camp in Bendigo will be held from 10am-4pm at Major League Indoor Sports in Golden Square.