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Howzat

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  • 1. A special thanks to the Geraldton Museum for allowing us to take photographs of the Howzat exhibition. Howzat Cricket Thanks to Toby Austin from Year 5 for creating this presentation.
  • 2. Our game of backyard cricket was fun to play.
  • 3. We used the speed camera on our bowling. The fastest was Kyle at 75 kilometres per hour .
  • 4. This is a picture of Kim Hughes
  • 5. We played indoor cricket with a really soft ball inside the Museum.
  • 6. This is a picture of Terry Alderman
  • 7. Liam is playing for Australia.
  • 8. Here are Adam Gilchrist's gloves and bat.
  • 9. Lachlan is looking through the window at the indoor cricket game.
  • 10. This is the commentator box. It lets you commentate a game .
  • 11. Here are some of the posters at the museum. We did some too.
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  • 39. Stefan won the HOWZAT! competition CONGRATULATIONS!
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  • 44. A special thanks to the geraldton museum for letting us take photographs of the display. We hope you enjoyed the presentation. the end

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