Cricket chief executive officer Alister Stevic said he was excited about the growing interest in cricket among the children and their parents, with good numbers turning out for the Mini World Cup and school holidays programmes these past two weeks.
Tomorrow is the last chance for kids to get in on the action before heading back to school.
There is a free bus on offer to pick them up and drop them off.
The programme is free and runs between 9am and 1pm in Matavera. The youngsters receive a free sticker, lunch and certificate.
The free bus timetable will see the first pick-up at 8am from Super Brown before the bus heads towards Avarua.
It will stop to pick up kids at 8.04am from the Tupapa Meeting house, 8.06am at the Banana Court, 8.07am at the Ruatonga Meeting House, 8.08am from the Avatiu Meeting House, 8.13am at the Corner Store in Nikao, 8.14am at the Aroa Nui Hall in Arorangi, 8.19am from Rutaki School, 8.24am from Wigmores Superstore, 8.28am at Turoa Bakery, 8.32am from Titikaveka College, 8.34am from the Enua Manea hall, 8.38am at the AOG bus stop. 4.40am at the Muri Meeting House, 8.42am at the Avana Meeting House, 8.43am at Kia Orana Store, 8.45am at Te Ata Kura Store, 8.46am at Tex Mart Matavera before arriving at Takitumu School at 9am for the start of the day’s fun programme.
For more information call Cook Islands Cricket on 55740 or 20744.