The decision was not taken lightly, but the Club is keen to ensure that WBBL and BBL players can attend and that it is a fun, enjoyable and safe experience for Sydney Sixers fans and participants.
The Club will contact those who have registered when a new date has been confirmed.
The Sixers look forward to seeing the people of the Coffs Coast on Sunday (January 9) at C.ex Coffs International Stadium when the Sixers take on the Perth Scorchers in the KFC Big Bash League.
The free skin cancer clinic that was planned on the same day will go ahead.
Taking place between 8:40am – 5:20pm, the local cricket community including players, coaches, umpires and volunteers will be able to get a free skin check provided by Skin Patrol, who have previously worked with Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association.
This free service was made possible by the efforts of Cricket NSW staff and players – including the Sydney Sixers coaches and playing group – where a $100 donation was made from Cricket NSW to the Cricket NSW Foundation, the charitable arm of the sport’s governing body in NSW, for each person who received their first two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Cricket NSW Skin Clinic
Saturday January 8
Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park #1 at the changerooms
Appointments available between 8:40am – 5:20pm
Walk-up appointments are available, but Cricket NSW strongly advises interested parties to secure a timeslot by emailing Martin.Garoni@cricketnsw.com.au.