We want to inspire people to have the courage to be themselves and the confidence to ‘have a crack’.
The Sixers Club has inclusion at the centre of our existence. Our players and staff values are based in an inclusive culture where we believe everyone should have access to cricket and all the benefits, from playing or volunteering to watching and attending, everyone is welcome.
As part of our focus on inclusion, anchored in Cricket Australia’s vision of being a ‘Sport for All Australians’ we are currently undertaking work within the LGBT+ community, supporting awareness of Mental Health particularly in men, and we look to support our Aboriginal and All Abilities communities in an ever growing capacity. We also work with charity partners the Sony Foundation and their You Can Program, as well as the LBW Trust and Batting for Change.
Our Sixers film aims to bring to life this purpose, showcasing a range of our partners and fans who have found the courage to be themselves and had the confidence to have a crack.
Our series of vignettes showcase some of the stories behind the film, and we hope these stories inspire all Sixers fans and followers to feel like they belong.
Moises Henriques - Mental Health
Dr Ryan Storr - LGBT+ Inclusion
Shaun Fitzpatrick - All Abilities
Sony Foundation - Felicity Hardwick
Ash Gardner - Indigenous Community
The Munro Family - Community Volunteers